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    • Sarah Whiting

      Sarah Whiting

      • Christchurch
      A passionate educational leader, facilitator and mentor who brings out the potential of each and every learner (big or small, old or young).
      • Nic Mason

        Nic Mason

        • Papaeoia, Palmerston North
        AST for PNEKA
        • Sandra Humphry

          Sandra Humphry

          • Hamilton
          Senior Leader Reorua at Nawton School, Across School Leader for He Waka Eke Noa Kāhui Ako. Passionate about leading and improving outcomes for all learners.
          • Katrina Laurie

            One Important Question That Leads to Student Empowerment in Schools in the group Hurahura

            I'm a huge fan of developing Learner Agency. I came across this blog post by George Couros (well I get sent them via email and it is a super quick read), the title really intrigued me. What is this one question...so simple! "Could the students be doing this?" and also what are you d...

            Tags: Learner Agency

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            • Cushla Young

              Cushla Young

              • New Plymouth
              Year 5/6 teacher, St John Bosco School
            • Taumarunui Cluster
              Taumarunui Cluster

              A place for the teachers from Kaitieke School, Ongarue School, Tokirima School, Ohura Valley School...

              • Anne-Louise Robertson

                Connecting Gadgets with the curriculum in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

                So, there are heaps of shiny, whirly, techie, apps, robots etc. and they are fun to play with BUT - how might they fit into your curriculum area and level?  Please share how you think you (or people you know) might use them, or have already used them to meet the aims of the curr...

                Tags: learner agency, student voice, learning, choice, computational thinking, robotics, DT & HM, VR, AR, DDDO

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              • Learner Agency
                Learner Agency

                A space where we can share resources and stories, have discussions and challenge...

                • Anne-Louise Robertson

                  Learner Agency Continuums in the group Learner Agency

                  Learner Agency Continuums Use these to work out what Learner Agency looks like, sounds like and feels like and identify where you are on the continuum http://kathleenmcclaskey.com/continuums/  

                  Tags: learner agency, student voice, learning, choice

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                  • Anne-Louise Robertson

                    Working Memory and Long Term Memory - how it works in Inquiry Learning in the group Learner Agency

                    There has been lots of discussion about how students retain the knowledge they gain as they work on inquiry projects. How much explicit teaching is required? Can students get the content and knowledge they need to move forwards when they choose what they learn in an agentic setting? This artic...

                    Tags: learner agency, student voice, learning, choice, memory, knowledge

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