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        Nicholas Billowes

        About me: ...current programmes and future opportunities.  With a stunning group of colleagues, together we are focused on making a difference for learning outcomes for kids/student/tamariki of...

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        • Tessa Gray

          Ann Milne Keynote: Colouring in the White Spaces

 of indigenous aspirations for Māori.  After generations of low outcomes and low expectations - the op...identity and culturally sustaining pedagogy - not literacy or numeracy outcomes. The revelation of the maj...

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              Misconceptions about MLEs

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              • Justin Hickey

                Reply on topic: What should we be assessing in education?

       just outcome based. We have created a Graduate Profile which focuses on the individual characteristics of the child rather than their learning outcomes. Our students learning i...

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                • Tessa Gray

                  Facilitating online groups: First steps

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                    How can learning online impact teacher practice?

                    ...Programme.     Impact and outcomes from engaging online...nt and teaching that has resulted in positive outcomes for a targeted group of stude...d these in the classroom and tracked improved outcomes for those target students....

                    • Ara Simmons

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                      ...  What did they find?: Greater wellbeing in students is not just an end in itself; it actually contributes to positive educational outcomes. In this case students were a...



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                        Digitech Roadshow

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                          EdSpace: What's in it for me?

                          ...ow educational conversation to; affirm or nudge our thinking, to create opportunities to shift thinking and practice - to ultimately improve outcomes for all our tamariki. Now...

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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.

                        • Collaboration and professional learning
                          Collaboration and professional learning

                          As we know education is a complex task, teaching is not an isolated activity and problems of...

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                          • Tessa Gray

                            What's the difference between ICT/e-Learning capabilities and Digital Technologies?

                            Primary and secondary schools are in various stages of clarifying common understandings about digital fluency, digital literacy, learning with, through and about ICTs/e-Learning or Digital Technologies. So what does it all mean? Find out more the distinctions and new d...

                            Tags: digital, technologies, digital fluency, literacy, hangarau, matihiko, computational, thinking, designing, outcomes, terminology

                            • CORE Education

                              Digital Technologies Implementation for Years 7-10: A 2018 Google CS Educator PD Course

                              Venue Online Workshop Date 06 Nov 2018 Time/s Every Tuesday in November from 4-5pm (6, 13, 20, 27 November) Costs FREE By 2020, schools and kura will need to have taken steps to implement the new Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko ...

                              Tags: digital, technologies, year, 7-10, hangarau, matihiko, computational, thinking, designing, outcomes, workshops, free

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