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      Reflections of uLearn19 in the group uLearn discussion group

      I love it and it's my first time. It's all new learning and it's a journey. I've been to virtual reality and a workshop with Clive Francis and he was great, on strategic planning and implementing the new digital curriculum. Jean Herewini, Nga Iwi School. I'm a first time pr...

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        edSpace: Tell us what you want to see more of? in the group edSpace Help

        edSpace is your community; a place to ask questions, connect with others, share you work, learning, resources and more. We invite you to fill in the quick survey (below) and provide us with some valuable feedback about how edSpace can work better for you. Loading... We'll coll...

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          Three steps towards student wellbeing feedback in the group Breakfast Kōrero

          CORE Education recently hosted a seminar on, Three steps towards student wellbeing with Philippa Nicoll Antipas. Here's what one attendee thought of the session. For more Breakfasts, see CORE Breakfast programme 2018 and the Calendar of events. 

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            Breakfast seminar feedback in the group Breakfast Kōrero

              

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              What do you think of uLearn17? in the group uLearn discussion group

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                What delegates think about uLearn in the group uLearn discussion group

                What you thought of uLearn 2018   "Two things that really struck a chord with me. One was that the associate education minister. Tracey Martin made the effort to come and spoke honestly and openly was really quite powerful, and I'm going to go online and fill in ...

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                  What are your take-aways from uLearn18? in the group uLearn discussion group

                  Sadly, Ulearn18 is over but on a more cheerful note, this event has been hugely successful, with inspirational keynote speakers (both in person and as holograms), mind altering thought-leadership, game-changing workshops and you! Thank you to everyone who helped make this such a memorab...

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