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November 2017

Webinar recordings

November 1 - November 30

Couldn’t make it to an online workshop or webinar? Here are all the recorded sessions from the Enabling e-Learning team. Watch, listen and playback on demand. How could you use these for PLD? Could you time staff meetings to take part in webinars in 2018? Could you use recordings to support your personal or collaborative PLD journey?

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Interactive forum: New codes and standards for teachers

November 14 @ 7:00 pm - December 14 @ 7:00 pm

As you know, the Education Council has updated the older Practising Teacher criteria to the new codes and standards for New Zealand teachers. Our Code Our Standards has been crafted by teachers, leaders and teaching experts to articulate the expectations and aspirations of our profession. https://educationcouncil.org.nz/content/our-code-our-standards This forum supports the live event with the same name, where we share updates and the backstory of how the new codes were created, as well as some examples in practice and resources for…

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CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

November 27

Abdul Chohan Changing beliefs; Apple technology in the classroom Abdul Chohan, keynote speaker at uLearn17 says technology in the classroom is not about fancy apps, but the ‘bread and butter’ of teaching and learning. How we access services, order our clothes and interact with others has significantly shifted, and technology is embedded within it all. As educators, Abdul believes that it is important for us to understand that technology allows us to do things that we’ve simply never been able…

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December 2017

CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

December 4

Ann Milne Cultural identity and community in whitestream schools Dr Ann Milne speaks at CORE Education’s uLearn17 conference in Hamilton. She asks us to think about what community and collaboration look like for the learners our system marginalises and minoritises. When we talk about educational success “as Māori”, what does this actually mean and how do our institutionalised practices and solutions actually work against this goal? In the pressure we face to collaborate, who is our community and how does…

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Hour of Code

December 4 - December 10

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104. 39,071 events registered for Hour of Code 2017, 148 in New Zealand

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CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

December 11

Enough is enough – Māori achieving success as Māori Christine Te Kiri from Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu talks about Māori achieving success as Māori. She makes the challenge that things need to change, and they need to change quickly. Christine asks “who is going to be courageous enough to make that change with me?” Watch the talk at your leisure. Maybe a staff meeting discussion piece?

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CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

December 18

Arapine Walker He Tohu, a Declaration, a Treaty and a Petition Arapine Walker, Poutiaki Rauemi at the National Library of New Zealand, describes a new exhibition; He Tohu. This exhibition is based on three constitutional documents; the Declaration of Independence, He Whakaputanga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, The Treaty of Waitangi, and the Women’s Suffrage Petition that was signed in 1893. Arapine outlines the nature of the learning resources provided in both English and Māori settings, including a local place-based set…

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January 2018

CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

January 8, 2018

Tara Fagan Hīnātore, the innovative learning lab at Te Papa Tara Fagan, senior advisor at Te Papa Tongawera, describes how the traditional nature of galleries is changing, providing interdisciplinary learning opportunities that link back to the classroom curriculum. Tara describes Te Papa’s new learning lab, Hīnātore; an innovative learning environment with new technology that enables learners to engage with Te Papa collections and exhibitions, using a range of technologies including virtual reality software, 3D printers and maker space activities. Watch…

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CORE EDtalk release of the week – Interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.

January 15, 2018

He kōrero na Arapine Walker me ōna mahi ki Te Puna Mātauranga He kōrero na Arapine Walker me ōna mahi ki Te Puna Mātauranga. He ratonga mō ngā kura me ō rātou piringa ki ngā iwi me ngā hapori. I kōrerohia ia i tētahi tauira i mahia e ia ki te Kura Kaupapa o Whangaroa. Watch the talk at your leisure. Maybe a staff meeting discussion piece?

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