• Scott Mackenzie

      Scott Mackenzie

      • Nelson
      Senior syndicate leader at Hampden Street School in Nelson. I feel that the key competencies and student-led learning are the keys to our students making meaningful contributions to their future communities.

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      • CORE Education

        Ten Trend: Social mapping in the group CORE Ten Trends

        ...lid and reliable ways. This is where multiple voices and their perspectives can be...ties for teachers to see how they can connect students with their own cultural stories about Map my Waahi, like these students from Belmont School (above...

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          Ten Trend: Wellbeing in the group CORE Ten Trends

          ...le it’s recognised that student / ākonga wellbeing is means for their staff and students practically day-to-day (Ten...vities for both for staff and students. The school is currently bei...Collecting student/teacher voice about wellbeing in your school/...

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            Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2018 in the group edSpace Help

            ...e we're all invited to have a voice and help shape the future of NZ...Computational thinking for school students and teachers - what's th..., a panel of educators and a student, Claire talk gettin...Strategies to Develop Student Agency: In this worksh...

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            • CORE Education

              Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Poutū-te-rangi 2018

              ...nect and talk about what matters most to us in education. Have your voice heard. We invite you to complet...rst blogpost, Talking Matters - around the concepts of valuing student voice and nurturing oral langu...

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                Using respectful and inclusive language in the group Inclusive practice

                I was interested to hear about Australian airline 'Qantas' recent update of their guidance to staff on what language is appropriate and what isn't. Some of the new words or terminology: Husband and Wife (use “partner” or “spouse” instead) Mum and Dad (...

                Tags: inclusive, LGBTIQA+, diversity, language, wellbeing, student voice

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                • 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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                  ACCELERATOR workshops
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                • Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2019
                  Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2019
                  Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo o lelei and welcome back to the latest pānui (round-up) for edSpace, May 2019.  We've got some exciting stories to roll out around CORE's Ten Trends and we are building up to uLearn19 October, 2019 with a series of posts that profile a mixture of...
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