• CORE Education

      Catalyst - leading collaborative inquiry | Auckland

      Venue Te Tuhi Arts Centre - Auckland (Click for more info) Date 10 Aug 2018 Time/s Breakfast and seminar: 7.30am - 8.45am Workshop: 9.00am - 12.00pm Costs Breakfast seminar: $55 + GST pp Breakfast seminar and workshop: $155 + GST pp ...

      Tags: teacher, inquiry, spirals, knowledge, building, cycles, evidence, practice, collaboration, breakfast, seminar

      • CORE Education

        Catalyst - leading collaborative inquiry | Dunedin

        Venue Mornington Presbyterian Church Hall - Dunedin Otago / Southland (Click for more info) Date 15 Aug 2018 Time/s Breakfast and seminar: 7.30am - 8.45am Workshop: 9.00am - 12.00pm Costs Breakfast seminar: $55 + GST pp Breakfast seminar an...

        Tags: teacher, inquiry, spirals, knowledge, building, cycles, evidence, practice, collaboration, breakfast, seminar

        • Jacky Young

          A very interesting read about Inquiry for teachers

          I came across this recently and will be using it with one of my schools who want me to support them with their inquiry processes. If you have any other resources that could be used please add them here for us all to access. It comes fromLinda Bendikson, Director at UACEL (University of Au...

          Tags: leadership, collaboration, inquiry, teaching, spirals

        • TER

          Nau mai haere mai! Tēnā koutou, malo e lei lei, welcome to you TER place on edSpace. This is an open forum for you to connect and meet with others on the Teacher Education Refresh (TER) programme, and to seek and offer support with those puzzles of practice. Your contributions and expertise will be invaluable as we grow this community of educators together.

          • CORE Education

            Student inquiry | an awareness of global issues

            Many schools are embracing 'unleashing the passion' in their curriculum design, and some are looking at the principles, processes of learner agency, project-based learning, place-based learning and student inquiry. In this video CORE eFellow Craig McDonald talks about how true inq...

            Tags: student, inquiry, global, issues, authentic, curriculum, place, based, project

            • CORE Education

              Pasi Sahlberg Keynote: If you don’t lead with small data, you’ll be led by Big Data

              Does working with data scare or excite you? What is BIG data (machines/algorythms) and small data and how can data and learning analytics make a difference to our student's learning? What are your thoughts? Feel free to share these below. Learning analytics, algorithms and bi...

              Tags: data, evidence, practice, digital, learning, analytics, collaboration, teacher, inquiry

              • Tessa Gray

                Design thinking and curriculum design

                Kia ora tatou, Technology is a process-driven curricula, so Kiatakatū ā-Matihiko has produced an iterative model (right) that reflects the design thinking phases (EMPATHISE > DEFINE > IDEATE > PROTOTYPE > FEEDBACK) that fits well with the new Digital Technology areas ...

                Tags: design, thinking, technology, curriculum, iterative, student, inquiry, mash-up

                • Tessa Gray

                  What is an authentic learning context?

                  Help needed please >>> In a constructivist model of learning, we talk about Play Based learning, Project-Based learning, Passion projects,  Student-based inquiry, STEAM, STEM, Makerspace...we even talk about, In an authentic context with end users in mind...(Digital Technologies...

                  Tags: student-based, inquiry, project, passion, ideas, authentic, contexts, STEM, STEAM, Makerspace

                  • Lynne Silcock

                    Reduce Change to Increase Improvement

                    Hello all These are my notes from my reading of this book by Vivienne Robinson (2017). I strongly recommend it to anyone involved in change leadership. In particular love the reframing from change to improvement. Theories of Action (and the importance of understan...

                    Tags: Change leadership, inquiry, theory of action

                    • Ximena Aitken

                      Ximena Aitken

                      Kia ora, I'm currently teaching in a year 2, two teacher ILE using inquiry based blended learning with innovative pedagogies such as play-based learning and cognitive load theory. I'm an ACET certified educator who looks for meaningful ways to remove barriers to learning with research-...

                      Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Inquiry, Diversity, Quality Praxis, Blended Learning, Digital Learning, Collaboration, Games for Learning, Agency. Skills: ACET, Learner Agency, Te Reo, Spanish, Digital Tech, Inquiry, Blended Learning

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