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edSpace champions

edSpace is a community of learners, who can come together to discuss particular interests in and around education in both kura and schools.

edSpace also has a group of champions all of which are passionate advocates for online communities of practice. If you have any queries, or need any help, any one of the following champions are there to help encourage and support rich dialogue online. Why not find, friend and leave them a message?

Introducing:

Allanah King
Allanah King

Allanah King is an Accredited MoE Learning Facilitator, working for CORE Education to provide Professional Learning Development for teachers. She is based in Nelson working mainly with schools in Marlborough, Nelson and the West Coast and further afield. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator, Apple Learning Specialist, Book Creator Ambassador, Google Certified Innovator and Google for Education Trainer. Read more >>>

Kathe Tawhiwhirangi

Kath Tawhiwhirangi


For the past 10 years Kathe has worked for CORE Education as a team leader of the national Māori-medium and regional Central South Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator teams. Kathe has been the project leader of the Māori-medium eLearning Planning Framework (Te Rangitukutuku) project and was also in the ICT PD national team and Blended eLearning teams. Read more >>>

Anaru White

Anaru White
 

Anaru has worked for CORE Education since 2012. He is currently an advisor for Te Ara Whītiki - The Connected Learning Advisory. He also provide tailored professional learning services for schools as well as a navigator in the Grow Waitaha programme supporting Christchurch schools. Read more >>>

Anne Kenneally

Anne Kenneally

Anne is based in Mosgiel, Otago, in the sunny South Island. She is an experienced professional learning facilitator. For the past four years has been a part of the Learning with Digital Technologies team working across Otago and Southland in particular. She has a particular focus on teaching as inquiry, and supporting leaders and educators to maximise their potential. She is also passionate about removing ‘barriers to learning’ for students, particularly in literacy. Read more >>>

Katrina Laurie

Katrina Laurie

Katrina is passionate about education and the possibilities available in modern learning with new technologies. She enjoys working alongside educators to support their development in effectively using digital technologies to support student engagement, success and achievement across the Curriculum. Finding new and innovative ways to promote best pedagogy is something that excites her. Read more >>>

Catriona Pene

Catriona Pene

Catriona has worked for CORE Education for 5 years in a range of roles including as an online facilitator in the VLN, on Enabling eLearning, as a Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator with schools face-to-face and online, as Project Lead for New Zealand Curriculum Online (NZC Online), as Project Lead for Literacy, ESOL and English Online. Catriona has also worked as an online mentor, with teachers across New Zealand. Read more >>>

Margot McKeegan

Margot McKeegan

 

 

Tania Coutts

Tania has been part of the CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau team for eight years. Tania has worked across all sectors in a range of professional learning development projects.  Tania is an Accredited MoE Learning Facilitator and is currently working in 3 Kura and 1 Kāhui Ako supporting with Digital Fluency.  Tania is also contracted to work within the Manaiakalani Outreach programme and Te Ara Whītiki - The Connected Learning Advisory. Read more >>>

Ngaire Shepherd-Wills

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Ngaire is a facilitator with CORE Education, having been involved in the business of learning her whole career. Teaching kids is her passion, especially using digital technologies and the power of collaboration to make learning awesome! Read more >>>

Nicki Tempero

Nicki Tempero

 
Tessa Gray

Tessa Gray

Ko Tessa Gray toku ingoa, edSpace online facilitator. Passionate about growing thriving online communities. Based in the sunny Bay of Plenty.
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