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NZSL at uLearn23

uLearn continues its commitment to accessibility for all learners and communities. uLearn23 features all three national languages of Aotearoa – te reo Māori, English and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL).This year we have Cha’nel Kaa-Luke and from Ko Taku Reo Deaf Education New Zealand as one of our Kaihautū (Keynotes). We also have Kaylee Wipani & Thando Mpozori, students from Tū Kōkiri, Ko Taku Reo – Deaf Education New Zealand as Ngā Kaiwhakahihiko (Activators).They will be presenting in NZSL with a spoken English translation.

Tātai Aho Rau Core Education thanks Ko Taku Reo for their guidance and support with uLearn23.


Tātai Aho Rau Core Education is happy to be working with WordsWorth interpreters for uLearn23.


NZSL will be available during the following live sessions

4 Kaihautū | Keynotes

  Dave Letele, Pania Newton, Cha’nel Kaa-Luke, Derek Wenmoth

   1 Toi Ako | Edutainment

Che Fu

     Whakahihiko | Activator sessions

Day 1

Dr Hana O'Regan

Jessica Grauds

Penina Ifopo

Josh Hough

Kaylee Wipani & Thando Mpozori

Anahera McGregor

Julia Wikeepa

Dr Jeanne Teisina

Paewhiri | Panel

Day 2

Day 3

Michelle Johansson

Dr Hana O'Regan

Janelle Riki-Waaka

Stacey Morrison

Kaiwhakataki | MCs

      Ngā pekanga | Breakout sessions

Pasifika Navigators: the power of our Stories – Dahlia Malaeulu

Breaking the binary: Transforming our approach to gender – Jerome Cargill

Session from Dr Maysoon Salama, Dr Jane Taylor

Where available, trilingual interpreters will translate for sessions that have a higher use of te reo Māori.

Closed captions: Promo videos utilise closed captions.