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    • Anne-Louise Robertson

      Anne-Louise Robertson

      Pepeha I enjoy photography, walking and running in the hills, doing handstands in weird and wonderful places, playing on the beach, caving, reading, learning and, most of all being with my family - my two beautiful boys and my husband. We needed a change of scenery, to get out of a rut and c...

      Skills: Change Leadership, Professional Learning, Digital Fluency, Future Focused Education

      • 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...

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        • Katrina Laurie

          Katrina Laurie

          I am passionate about education and the possibilities available in modern learning with new technologies. I enjoy working alongside educators to support their development in effectively using digital technologies to support student engagement, success and achievement across the Curriculum. Findin...

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Digital Fluency, music, The Arts, Literacy, Numeracy

          • Kathe Tawhiwhirangi-Perry

            Kathe Tawhiwhirangi-Perry

            Professional profile 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 R...

            Skills: Leadership, Performance Management, Appraisal, Modern Learning Practice, Change Management, Digital Fluency, Culturally Responsive Practice

            • 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, Ap...

              Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Digital Fluency, Digital Literacy, iOS, Google Suite

              • Lorraine Vickery

                Lorraine Vickery

                Director of E-Learning at Mt Roskill Grammar School. Teach students with special education needs. Mad about technology and the way it engages the students and opens doors to possibilities not even yet imagined. 

                Skills: Digital Fluency, Google Suite for Education, Special Education

                • Monika Kern

                  Monika Kern

                  Lead Learner currently implementing the Raranga Matihiko programme at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Formerly Digital Fluency facilitator and leading learning in a variety of contexts from ECE to year 13.

                  Tags (please separate each one with a comma): 21C, Learning, Museum Education, Digital Fluency, Digital Technology, NZ History

                  • Viv Hall

                    Viv Hall

                    Kia ora My personal educational belief is the importance of providing students with individual choices and challenges, offering opportunity and responsibility through multimodal learning environments to establish quality learning. Passionate about enabling educators to embrace the teaching an...

                    Skills: Change leadership, Digital Fluency, Professional Learning, Future Focussed Education, Connected Coaching

                    • Rick

                      Rick

                      Rick is an experienced educational leader and classroom teacher. He has a decade of experience as a principal in New Zealand schools and joined the CORE Education team in 2013 as a Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator. He has held roles in the eLearning Planning Framework and i the Virt...

                      Skills: Mentoring/Coaching, Self review and data analysis, Digital fluency, Teaching as Inquiry, Leadership, Performance management, Change management, Appraisal

                      • 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...

                        Skills: Change leadership, Digital fluency, Future-focused education, GSuite, Apple Learning Specialist

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