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    • Tessa Gray

      Shay Wright keynote Google doc in the group uLearn discussion group

      Shay Wright (Te Rarawa, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) is the co-founder of Te Whare Hukahuka and the first keynote speaker for uLearn19. His work and aspirations fit perfectly with the conference theme, Kirirarautanga / Citizenship, which he will expand upon as the first keynote speaker a...

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        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...

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          Dominic Liechti keynote Google doc in the group uLearn discussion group

          Dominic Liechti develops worldwide education strategy at Apple. Before joining Apple he had a direct role in the vision, design, and launch of innovative education products while managing corporate and business strategy for public schools, international schools and startups. With extensive knowle...

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            Keynote: Sally-Ann Williams - Inspiring Innovators in the group uLearn discussion group

            Our final keynote speaker for uLearn19 was Sally-Ann Williams, CEO of Cicada Innovations in Australia, speaking on the Auahatanga / Innovation theme. Her keynote provided an inspiring finish to the conference, concluding with some challenges to take back to our own contexts.    Sa...

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              Keynote: Dominic Liechti - The Future of Learning with Apple in the group uLearn discussion group

              Dominic Liechti develops worldwide education strategy for Apple, and this year, was one of uLearn19’s keynote speakers. Impressing the crowd, Liechti opened his keynote with a mihi in te reo, and his pepeha. It is clear, Aotearoa’s uniquely bicultural essence has left a lasting m...

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              • Tessa Gray

                Brad Waid Keynote: A look at emerging technology, gaming and digital citizenship in the group uLearn discussion group

                We're pretty excited with the keynote speakers at uLearn this year. For example, Brad Waid is going to be talking about emerging technologies; what is here and what is coming, the power of gaming in education and more in his keynote on, Engaging the globally connected student ...

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                  Hana O'Regan Keynote: Tō reo ki te raki, tō mana ki te whenua in the group uLearn discussion group

                  How many of our people have had control over their own personal and cultural narratives as Māori and as Māori learners as they have travelled along their educational pathways?  How many of us have successfully been able to influence the views of those around us with regards to the value of o...

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                  • Tessa Gray

                    Eric Mazur Keynote: Innovating education to educate innovators in the group uLearn discussion group

                    Eric Mazur keynote: Blog post by Derek Wenmoth   Eric Mazur is a unique and inspirational choice as opening keynote for ULearn17. The Balkinski Professor of Physics and applied physics at Harvard University - not only is he is a globally recognised physicist, but also a published autho...

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                    • Tessa Gray

                      Brad Waid Keynote: Engaging the “globally” connected student of today in the group uLearn discussion group

                      Brad Waid Keynote: Engaging the “globally” connected student of today. Blog post by Joanne Robson, CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau        We have been waiting since October 6th 2016 to hear Brad Waid, who is “passionate about Education, Technology and maki...

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                      • Tessa Gray

                        Abdul Chohan Keynote: Changing belief: Apple technology in the classroom in the group uLearn discussion group

                        A little about Abdul Chohan…Blog post by James Hopkins   Known as a pioneer for his work in learning through mobile devices, Abdul enabled student learning and empowered students at Essa Academy, Bolton. He has developed and worked with a number of international education organi...

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