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    • Tessa Gray

      uLearn19 keynote videos in the group uLearn discussion group

      If you missed out on uLearn19, don't worry, here you'll find the two of the keynote presentations we've captured for you. Please feel free to share with others in your networks. Keynote: Shay Wright - Building actively engaged citizens - global thinkers, local shakers Y...

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        Whakatōhenehene | Disruption in the group uLearn discussion group

        As Renee Raroa writes in the latest CORE blog, Imagine the impact of an education system, which genuinely reflects the needs of those it serves. When all learners, educators, whānau and community are empowered to be disruptors in our education system, we will witness disruptive changes whic...

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          Calling all uLearn19 presenters in the group uLearn discussion group

          Are you interested in sharing your learning experiences at uLearn19? Extend yourself and try your hand at presenting.  Hold a 60-90 minute workshop, 25 minute taster session, 2 minute digital smackdown or a pop-up maker-space. Why not think about presenting your peer reviewed paper at Kia...

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          • Tessa Gray

            uLearn19 keynote blogs and Google docs in the group uLearn discussion group

              Here'll you find a quick access to the shared Google docs for keynotes uLearn19. Feel free to add your own notes to these crowd-sourced resources and share with others:    Shay Wright Keynote: Shay Wright - Building actively engaged citizens - global thinkers, ...

            Tags: uLearn19, Shay, Wright, Dominic, Liechti, Sally-Ann, Williams, keynotes, crowd, sourced, google, docs, notes

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            • Tessa Gray

              Shay Wright keynote Google doc in the group uLearn discussion group

              Shay Wright (Te Rarawa, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) is the co-founder of Te Whare Hukahuka and the first keynote speaker for uLearn19. His work and aspirations fit perfectly with the conference theme, Kirirarautanga / Citizenship, which he will expand upon as the first keynote speaker a...

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                Dominic Liechti keynote Google doc in the group uLearn discussion group

                Dominic Liechti develops worldwide education strategy at Apple. Before joining Apple he had a direct role in the vision, design, and launch of innovative education products while managing corporate and business strategy for public schools, international schools and startups. With extensive knowle...

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                • Tessa Gray

                  Trades hall announcements in the group uLearn discussion group

                  CORE Education: VLN green screen prize winner   Congratulations John Barthlow, Omokoroa School. Pick up your prize from the main CORE stand.     iLearn Education prizes - Maths-Whizz     Moet & Bennetts chocolates: Stephanie White, Ma...

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                  • CORE Education

                    Introducing uLearn19 themes in the group uLearn discussion group

                    Citzenship. Disruption. Innovation. Setting the agenda for CORE uLearn19 Pohewatia te āpōpō. Learn more about this years themes and focus questions. http://bit.ly/2CD9vzh.

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