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      Ten Trend: Cultural narratives in the group CORE Ten Trends

      What’s this Trend all about? A cultural narrative describes what is unique about the place and the people your educational setting is part of. In the New Zealand context, a cultural narrative recognises the histories of and by mana whenua (tribes who have territorial authority over ...

      Tags: ten, trend, cultural, narrative, mana, whenua, land, stories, people, local, curriculum, partnerships

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        Māori success in our education system in the group uLearn discussion group

        In this spotlight session, Wharehoka will discuss collaboration within iwi and kura/school settings, and his on the ground experiences with Kāhui Ako and challenges us with this patai; Are ‘schools’ culturally safe places? Are we talking past each other around expectations a...

        Tags: Māori, success, learners, learning, consultation, collaboration, iwi, partnerships

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          Te Whakamānawa - Culturally Responsive Practice in School Communities in the group Online Programmes: Empowering You

          Date 05 Mar 2018 Time/s Online lesson times will be advised but are typically Monday - Thursday outside of school hours.  Costs $830 +GST per person. A 20% discount applies for groups of 5+ people from the same school or centre. Date ...

          Tags: te ao maori, culturally, responsive, practice, pedagogy, partnerships, bicultural, whānau, treaty, waitangi, course, CORE

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            Not Yet 20 - Inside the minds of NZ's next generation of leaders in the group uLearn discussion group

            Meet Maisy Bentley, Jay McLaren-Harris, and Liam McLeavey   Three successful millennial entrepreneurs who will be discussing insights around key capabilities and effective partnerships. Maisy, Jay and Liam will share their perspectives on why partnerships between students, st...

            Tags: key competencies, capabilities, insights, entrepreneurs, youth, connections, community, skills, communication, partnerships

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              Developing deep and meaningful ako relationships with iwi, community, industry and universities in the group uLearn discussion group

              Meet Nick Pattison Nick Pattison started New Zealand’s first STEM immersion class at Rongomai Primary in Otara in 2016 to show how STEM education can provide accelerated learning for the students. His primary classroom led the testing of homes for mould in South Auckland. As Learn...

              Tags: stem, science, technology, engineering, maths, integration, collaboration, making, difference, community, partnerships

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                Creating Culturally Responsive Schools (Online) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

                Come and learn from those who have taught in bicultural and/or culturally diverse settings what will work for you as well. This action-packed workshop will give you lots of ideas and strategies for ensuring you connect with, support and fully engage the learners and whānau from all cultures in yo...

                Tags: culturally, responsive, practice, school, bicultural, partnerships, seminar

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                  Te Whakamānawa - Culturally Responsive Practice in School Communities (commencing March 2019) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

                  Aotearoa NZ is a bicultural nation and our school communities are becoming much more diverse and multicultural. This course will explore how our school communities might better reflect our bicultural heritage and give mana to Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We will also share ways in which our pedagogy and...

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                • Professional learning on offer 2021
                  Kia ora koutou ma, a few people have been asking, so here it is, CORE's PLS schedule for webinars (online), seminars (face to face) and online programmes for 2021. To view larger, click in the top right-hand corner to open in a new window. Please feel free to print this out, display in your...
                • uLearn 20 is virtual
                  uLearn 20 is virtual
                  Did you know uLearn20 is virtual this year? For the fist time ever uLearn20 will be delivered online! Now it doesn't matter where you are, everyone can attend uLearn20! Pohewatia te āpōpō | Reimagine tomorrow.    7-8 October 2020  Using an exciting, contemporary...
                • Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                  Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                  With Ten Trends 2020 released on Friday, we can’t go past this retrospective look at trends from the last 15 years (and the impact they’ve had on education in Aotearoa). Download the document and explore the trends behind the technology, structural, cultural, economic and process...