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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.

    • Tessa Gray

      On a roll with Spheros in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

      Programmable robots like Spheros, can have a lot of potential in the classroom. Here’s how some mini lessons played out yesterday, in a primary school setting. Resources: Introduction and 'how to' videos: directional programming  light/sound, loops Spheros ...

      Tags: sphero, education, ideas, problem, solving, creativity, lesson

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      • Madeline

        Madeline

        • Hokitika - West Coast, NZ
        I am interested in leveraging creativity and digital technologies to develop learner agency within communities of learning.
        • R Maunder

          R Maunder

          • Whangarei
          HOD of technology at WGHS, love learning, education and innovation
          • Tessa Gray

            Robotics, Coding and programming in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

            Venue Te Wahanga Atawhai Mercy Conference Centre - Wellington (Click for more info) Date 27 Mar 2018 Time/s 1.15pm - 4.15pm Costs $110 + GST per person. A 20% discount applies for groups of 5+ people from the same school or centre, an...

            Tags: makerspace, coding, robotics, creativity, classroom, workshop

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            • Tessa Gray

              Robotics, Coding and programming in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

                Venue CORE Education - Christchurch Canterbury (Click for more info) Date 27 Mar 2018 Time/s 1.00pm - 4.00pm Costs $110 + GST per person. A 20% discount applies for groups of 5+ people from the same school or centre, and 15% for ...

              Tags: makerspace, coding, robotics, creativity, classroom, workshop

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              • Tessa Gray

                Promote creativity and higher order thinking with your students in the group Future focused education

                Sometimes when we hear catch phrases like higher order thinking skills, creativity and innovation we imagine something outside the realms of everyday teaching and learning. In this half hour recorded breakout session from Google for Education: Australia and New Zealand on air we see one Alfina...

                Tags: creativity, higher, thinking, classroom, practical, examples, Google suite, recording

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                • Jonathan Mulholland

                  Jonathan Mulholland

                  • Auckland
                  Using iPads to create, inspire and learn
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                • edSpace live event: Cultivating Social Connection online
                  edSpace live event: Cultivating Social Connection online
                  Nothing can replace the physical connection that we all need in the form of face to face. So what can we do in the meantime to cultivate the connection they need and we need? By turning up the volume online on the ways we can possibly socially connect. If you are interested in knowing more, why...
                • Friday 17 updates
                  Kia ora koutou, from our bubbles to yours, we hope this sees you well. Everyday looks a little different, as New Zealand continues to find ways to eradicate Covid-19 and plan to work towards a safer, less restrictive country in Level 3.  However your school or kura might look for...
                • edSpace live event: Interactive learning online
                  edSpace live event: Interactive learning online
                  Heard of Flipgrid? Used Answer Garden, JamBoard or played Kahoot?  These easily accessible online tools are a great way to invite interaction, participation and collaboration from near or far. Want to know more? Come and join us this Thursday, 1pm (9 April), for a special, free live...