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      Keynote: Shay Wright - Building actively engaged citizens - global thinkers, local shakers in the group uLearn discussion group

      Shay Wright - Te Rarawa, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui  Blogger: Anahera McGregor   It is indeed a blessing to be here at uLearn19. To come and drink from the well of inspiration. To pause, to consider, to reflect on what is and what was, and to explore new ideas for how we cou...

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        Friday 3 April updates in the group He Kohinga Rauemi Tautoko - Support Resources for Schools, Kura and EY Centres

        Kia ora e te whānau, we hope this update sees you well. Our international friend and mentor, Wesley Fryer has published a blog, 3 Ways to Become a More Connected Educator During the COVID-19 Crisis. He writes, As we grapple as teachers with how to maintain wellness and self-care...

        Tags: resource, sharing, Covid-19, groups, join, invite, updates, blog, CORE

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          Abdul Chohan Keynote: Changing belief: Apple technology in the classroom in the group uLearn discussion group

          A little about Abdul Chohan…Blog post by James Hopkins   Known as a pioneer for his work in learning through mobile devices, Abdul enabled student learning and empowered students at Essa Academy, Bolton. He has developed and worked with a number of international education organi...

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            Ann Milne Keynote: Colouring in the White Spaces in the group uLearn discussion group

            Colouring in the White Spaces - Ann Milne PhD. Blog post by Aiono Manu Faaea-Semeatu   “We know that schooling has been complicit in perpetuating white spaces in our learning contexts.  My role in Kia Aroha College has been on two major levels: Professional level a...

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              Example Blog: Collaboration in Kāhui Ako in the group Kāhui Ako mock-up space

              Please note: The following blog has been repurposed from Forum: Collaboration in Kāhui Ako (VLN) for demonstration purposes, to show how blog posts can be used across a Kāhui Ako group. The day has finally arrived for us to dive in and share our CoL stories. Our leaders are now a...

              Tags: community, learning, blog, post, mock-up, example, Kāhui Ako

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              • Tessa Gray

                Key themes from uLearn17 to inspire innovation in the group Innovation and transformation

                In this recent CORE blog, CHANGE, BELIEFS, AND THE ‘F’ WORDS, Derek Wenmoth has summed up the key ideas and overarching themes from uLearn17 into three sub-themes – change, beliefs and the F words. There’s some comforting reassurance for us as educators, that we are in a g...

                Tags: key, themes, ulearn17, summary, CORE, blog, change, beliefs, innovation, failure, fun

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                  Thoughtful Thursday - Blogging in the group CENZ Connected Educator New Zealand

                  Welcome to a regular weekly feature in the Connected Educator Calendar. This is sharing of recent blog posts, connecting you to the personal thoughts, ideas and reflections of others.

                  Tags: blog, blogposts, thought leadership, reflection

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                  • CORE Education

                    edSpace our networking frontier

                    Connect, share and discuss with edSpace edSpace is an online community for educators to gather and share their ideas, practices, resources and more. Online Facilitator, Tessa Gray, explores what edSpace has to offer in her latest blog post. Have a read and then check out the feat...

                    Tags: edspace, community, networking, PLD, blog, post

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                    • CORE Education

                      CORE blog is one of New Zealand's top education blogs

                      Good news!  The Best New Zealand Education Blogs from thousands of New Zealand Education blogs have been ranked based on following criteria Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consis...

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                        Should we review our curriculum? in the group Future focused education

                        The Minister has invited us to have our say on Education as many aspects are up for review. Should the New Zealand Curriculum be one of them? Much of this debate at a national level focuses on the dichotomy between a 21st century skills-based curriculum and a knowledge-based curric...

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                      • Friday 3 April updates
                        Kia ora e te whānau, we hope this update sees you well. Our international friend and mentor, Wesley Fryer has published a blog, 3 Ways to Become a More Connected Educator During the COVID-19 Crisis. He writes, As we grapple as teachers with how to maintain wellness and self-care...
                      • Day 6: Level 4 PLD support for schools
                        Kia ora e te whānau, Day 6, Level 4: We hope you've all settled into a new routine and finding moments for yourselves and well as juggling a new work-life balance. We're thinking of you during this time as we self-isolate alongside you (from home). As you know, the government...
                      • He waka eke noa
                        We're all in this together. Day 2: We know you'll be taking the time to look after yourselves, your whānau and giving yourselves time to settle in. Some of you will also be thinking about exploring ways to make learning achievable for you as kaikao and achievable for your ākonga and...