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    • Scott Mackenzie

      Scott Mackenzie

      I am currently the senior syndicate leader at Hampden Street School in Nelson. Our focus is on bringing creativity and student voice to the forefront of learning. I feel that the key competencies and student-led learning are the keys to our students making meaningful contributions to their fut...

      Skills: 21st Century learning, Promoting technology as a tool for learning, Integrated curriculum, Building a team culture, Relationships

      • Caryn Deans

        Caryn Deans

        "Competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging and the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society" (Ministry of Education, 2017). What an amazing aspiration for the children of Aotearoa. My n...

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Whānau, Relationships, Brain Development, Infant & Toddlers, Attachment, Bicultural Learning & Development, Communities of Practice, Children's Rights

        • Nadia

          Nadia

          Kia Ora my name is Nadia and I am a qualified teacher specialising in Infants and Toddlers. I have been teaching in ECE for the last 20 or so years and have twin boys who are coming up 3 years old. 

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Infants, Toddlers, Natural movement, Pikler, Reggio, RIE, Respectful practice, Relationships, having fun, learning new things

          • edSpace

            Example discussion | Peer Coaching in Kāhui Ako

            Please note: The following discussion post has been created for demonstration purposes, to show how discussion threads can be used across a Kāhui Ako group. A wee while back Monika Kern responded in a thread in the VLN about how working with teachers to become peer coaches. She gave a won...

            Tags: peer, formative, coaching, teachers, leaders, learning, mentoring, language, relationships

            • Tessa Gray

              What makes an online community?

              What are you? A Blues or Hurricanes fan? A Mac or PC user? Prefer a Holden or a Ford? Having a discussion (or even argument) around important things that really matter to us is nothing new.  I'm currently (enjoying) working my way through an online course, learning mor...

              Tags: community, engagement, relationships, common, interests

              • CORE Education

                Creating and nurturing social networks for leveraging improvements in Kāhui Ako

                In this video hosted by Enabling e-Learning, Fulbright Global Scholar, Alan Daly talks about how to create and grow social networks within a community to create high quality impact in educational systems. Alan starts by sharing a portion of a Dr Martin Luther King quote, We are caught in a...

                Tags: alan, daly, social, networks, communities, relationships, presentation, enabling e-learning

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