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    • Tessa Gray

      Tessa Gray

      Kia ora, Ko Mauao te maunga, Ko Kaituna te awa, Ko pakeha te iwi, Ko Tessa Gray toku ingoa I currently work online from the Sunny BOP in several online spaces for educators, including the Virtual Learning Network. I'm passionate about inspiring dialogue around the best and most...

      Location: Tauranga

      • Andrew Corney

        Andrew Corney

        I am a teacher in an Inquiry Learning programme at Tauranga Boys' College with an interest in digital learning and encouraging student agency.

        Location: Tauranga

        • Tom Jarrett

          Tom Jarrett

          I am an E-mentor at Bethlehem College and support staff by promoting eLearning and helping them adapt to changes in technology (i.e. recent move to 365). I teach a 6th Form Sound Production course which includes live and recorded sound plus media production. I have a general interests in global e...

          Location: Tauranga

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