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      Shining a spotlight on uLearn19 Spotlights in the group uLearn discussion group

      A vigorous, rich, localised curriculum in a secondary context? We can't wait to find out more. Check out the team @ Our People, Ormiston Junior College and don't miss out of this innovative panel session at uLearn19. Tell us what are you're hoping to hear more about from...

      Tags: uLearn, panel, school stories, innovation

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        Getting ready to implement Digital Technologies | Panel discussion from Australia in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

        Just after John Hattie’s messages, there's an interesting Australian panel debate (2016) where educators (and a student) talk about getting ready to implement Computer Science and Digital Technologies into their curriculum. Might be some gems for us in here too, as we begin to learn ...

        Tags: digital, technologies, hangarau, matihiko, teachers, panel, debate, australia, 2016

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        • Tessa Gray

          Sofa Session: Leadership as a collective endeavour in the group uLearn discussion group

          If you missed this LIVE streamed session yesterday at uLearn for those #notatulearn on Leadership as a collective endeavour, then you can watch this here. If you watch it on Youtube you can also see the live chat as it happened. Anything strike a chord with you in this discussion?

          Tags: ulearn, notatulearn, panel, discussion, collective, leadership

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