• 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, ...

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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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        • CORE Education

          Keynote: Shay Wright - Building actively engaged citizens - global thinkers, local shakers in the group uLearn discussion group

          Shay Wright - Te Rarawa, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui  Blogger: Anahera McGregor   It is indeed a blessing to be here at uLearn19. To come and drink from the well of inspiration. To pause, to consider, to reflect on what is and what was, and to explore new ideas for how we cou...

          Tags: keynote, shay, wright, blog, kaitiakitanga, citizenship, citizens, global

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