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    • Tessa Gray

      CORE: Establishing a Digital Citizenship Programme in your School | Christchurch in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

      Confident, connected, digital citizens is something we all aspire to develop in our schools and kura. The challenge is often understanding what this can actually look like in practice. In this very practical workshop we will explore what the key components of digital citizenship actually are and ...

      Tags: digital, citizenship, programmes, workshops, students, teachers, whānau

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      • Tessa Gray

        Establishing a Digital Citizenship Programme in your School | Christchurch in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

        Venue CORE Education - Christchurch Canterbury (Click for more info) Date 21 Aug 2017 Time/s 9.00am - 12.00pm Costs $110 + GST per person Confident, connected, digital citizens is something we all aspire to develop in our schools and kura....

        Tags: digital, citizenship, 21st Century, programmes, model, community, whānau

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        • CORE Education

          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...

          Tags: keynote, shay, wright, blog, kaitiakitanga, citizenship, citizens, global

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        • New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
          New Pedagogies for Deep Learning

          This group fosters collaboration, communication and capacity building within NPDL schools and across the network. It supports teachers, leaders and Principals in developing pedagogical practices and measuring learning competencies and dispositions for both teaching and learning.

          • Anne-Louise Robertson

            Welcome to a bi-cultural Aotearoa! in the group Multicultural education

            Kia ora Do people consider that schools are a microcosm of NZ society? And if they are, do they reflect what is modelled in society?  I was formally welcomed to this country, as a citizen along with 131 other new New Zealanders, a couple of weeks ago. This is my reflection of the ceremony...

            Tags: biculturalism, citizenship, society, Aotearoa, NZ, partnership

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            • Tessa Gray

              Establishing a Digital Citizenship programme in your school in the group Online Programmes: Empowering You

              Venue Online workshop (Click for more info) Date 22 Mar 2018 Time/s 3.30pm - 5.00pm Costs $99 +GST per person* Confident, connected, digital citizens is something we all aspire to develop in our schools and kura. The challenge is often...

              Tags: digital, citizenship, school, programmes, whānau, community

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