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To sprint or stumble: pursuing equity in a digital world

How can we ensure our use of technology is a morally neutral accelerant to political and social action?

This event does not require registration.

Thursday 27 May
3:30pm - 5:00pm

VIRTUAL

LOCATION:
Ōtautahi Christchurch
Free event
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What's it all about?

"Technology is not the solution to social problems, but a morally neutral accelerant to political action." - Cory DoctorowAttack Surface

CORE Education invites you to participate in this 'action-webinar' where together we'll:

- Explore insights from a scan of the local and global contexts

- Reflect on how technology is used to solve social problems and consider the moral, ethical and political implications

- Share stories of work that is already happening to transform schools and businesses across Aotearoa

- Co-construct ideas for action in our own contexts

Speakers

Derek Wenmoth

Principal Consultant

Regarded as one of NZ education’s foremost Future Focused thinkers, Derek is regularly asked to consult with policy makers and government agencies regarding the future directions of educational policy and practice.

Josh Hough

Professional Learning Services Programme Manager

Josh Hough (he/him) is the Professional Learning Services Programme Manager at CORE Education. He specialises in education futures, systemic & human-centred design thinking and tech for good.

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