• Anne Kenneally

      Anne Kenneally

      Tēnā koutou katoa, Ko Makamaka te maunga, Ko Taieri te awa, Nō Allanton ahau, engari kei ​Taieri ahau e noho ana i nāia nei, Ko Anne Kenneally tōku ingoa. Greetings, my name is Anne Kenneally and I am based in Mosgiel, Otago, in the sunny South Island. I am an experienced professional learn...

      Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Gardening, Reading, Cycling, Travelling, Learning, Facilitation, Literacy, Digital Literacy, Digital Fluency, Spiral of Inquiry

      • Mark Maddren

        Mark Maddren

        Since 2013, I have been a facilitator at CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau based in Christchurch. I have worked with schools in a number of clusters throughout the South Island across multiple contracts with the aim of developing the widespread use of digital technologies to improve student achievemen...

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Running, Cycling, Duathlons, Tennis, things that challenge me, Multi Modal Literacy, Cybersmart

        • Elizabeth Craker

          Elizabeth Craker

            Ko Matairangi te maunga Ko Te Whanganui-ā-Tara te moana Ko Pōneke te rohe pōtae Kei Muritai tōku kainga Nō reira, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā tātou katoa.   I am currently a project manager and Whānau Lead at CORE. My role involves working on a wide range of interesting ...

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Education in all forms, cooking, gardening, yoga, walking, cycling, reading, movies, socialising and music.

          • Warren Hall

            Warren Hall

            I currently work as a team leader and facilitator for the Connected Learning Advisory. This most excellent MoE funded project provides assistance for New Zealand kura and teachers for almost anything related to eLearning and I find it most rewarding.  I am based in Blenheim where I live with m...

            Tags (please separate each one with a comma): spending time with my family, cycling, running, rowing, tramping, eating pizza in the park

            • Sharon


                Ka ora ka ako,  ka ako ka ora In living, we learn. In learning, we live . I began my teaching pathway in Playcentre when my eldest son now 28  turned one. I enjoy challenging myself and as the whakataukī would suggest, professional development and ongoing learning are important to me. ...

              Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Literacy, ECE (young children), swimming, cycling, walking, dogs, cats, reading (fiction- sci fi and action)

              • Jane Ewens

                Jane Ewens

                I was drawn to working in early childhood education when my first child was born almost 30 years ago. Since beginning my engagement with this sector, I have had the privilege of working in a range of ECE environments including Playcentre,home-based, kindergarten, initial teacher education and pol...

                Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Reading, cycling, walking, waiting for grandchildren

                • Lisa Berryman

                  Lisa Berryman

                  Ko Whakarara, ko Moehau ōku maunga, Ko Whangaroa, ko Ohinemuri ōku awa, Ko Mataatua, ko Tainui ōku waka Ko Te Tapui, ko Te Pai o Hauraki ōku marae Ko Ngapuhi, Ko Ngāati Tamatera ōku iwi, Ko Ngāti Kura, Ko Ngāti Kiriwera ōku hāpu I tipu ahau i ngā wahi maha, heio āno, I whānau ma...

                  Tags (please separate each one with a comma): My Whānau, sport and fitness including running, cycling, swimming, reading, early childhood education, te reo me tikanaga māori

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                  Digital technologies and the NZC - what’s it all about?
                  This seminar introduced the topics covered in the Digital Technology strand and discussed what they might look like within a classroom programme. Digital Technology will be fully integrated as a strand of the Technology learning area in the New Zealand Curriculum and as a whenu within the...
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                • Ki te Ao | March
                  Ki te Ao | March
                  The latest CORE newsletter is out now - take a moment to read about ACCELERATOR, uLearn18 call for abstracts, NPDL NZ Deep Learning Lab and lots of other opportunities coming your way: