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    • Tessa Gray

      edSpace reaches a new milestone in the group edSpace Help

      Woohoo over 3,000 members have now joined edSpace (CORE Education's community of practice). Congratulations everyone, you're part of a bigger whānau. This is your place to connect with like-minded colleagues; talk about trends in education and what matters most for you, as teacher...

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      • Tessa Gray

        After uLearn17: Keep the conversations going in the group uLearn discussion group

        In the spirit of keeping the uLearn17 'vibes, messages, new learning' alive, why not: Find a buddy (friend, colleague) anyone motivated about the same kinds of things in education as you, and share the uLearn blogs, discussions, Twitter feeds, Facebook and soon to be pub...

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          What does Te Tiriti o Waitangi look like in your school? in the group EDtalks

          Some school has just started back (some students yet to return) and Waitangi day has come and gone, but the essence and wairua of our nation's most important treaty; still remains an important reminder for everything we do in our classrooms, schools and kura,to create a better bi-cultural Aot...

          Tags: tiriti, waitangi, treaty, bi-cultural, resources, videos, conversations

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          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...
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