• 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...

      Skills: Connected Learning, Networked Learning, CENZ, Mentoring and Coaching, Digital Fluency, Literacy and Numeracy, Teaching as Inquiry, Communities of Online Learning, Leadership and Change Management

      • 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

        • Katrina Laurie

          Benefits of a mini Teacher Inquiry?

          Recently I have come across many schools referring to their Teaching as Inquiry (TAI) as mini inquiries. When asked about why they are encouraging this process the response is around increasing accountability and to see quicker changes in practice. This has led to me thinking about the Spirals...

          Tags: Teaching as Inquiry, Professional Learning, collaborative practice

          • Rebbecca Sweeney

            Rebbecca Sweeney

            Rebbecca’s work with clusters encourages the exploration of conceptual understandings of collaborative work in clusters, in part by helping them to work with an adaptable framework. Rebbecca’s extensive experience of mentoring and facilitation is underpinned by her ability to: Mediate...

            Skills: leadership, mentoring, facilitation, self review, teaching as inquiry, accredited facilitator (ACC256)

            • Ruthanne Kennedy

              Ruthanne Kennedy

              Tēnā koutou katoa Ko Aoraki te maunga Ko Otākāro te awa Ko Halcione te waka Ko Ruthanne tōku ingoa Nō Ōtautahi ahau ēngari e noho ana ahau ki Tawa.   I am an ESOL coordinator in two schools in Tawa but also work online for CORE as the ePrincipal of the Accelerated English Lan...

              Skills: teaching as inquiry, blended learning, flipped classrooms, ESOL principles, English Language Learning progressions, leadership, facilitation, designing learning programmes, developing teaching resources, using digital tools

              • 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...

                Skills: critical thinking and learner, collaborative leadership, teaching as inquiry, respectful practice, advocay for tamariki, relationship building, tiriti partner, culturally responsive, reflective practitioner

                • Nikki Grazier

                  Nikki Grazier

                  Kia Ora,  I consider myself to be extremely fortunate in my Early Childhood teaching career.  I have taught in centres that are Community-based, private, and those attached to larger organisations, centres with ethnically diverse communities, and centres within a range of socio-economic set...

                  Skills: Collaborative leadership, Teaching as inquiry, Internal evaluation facilitation, Story-telling, Respectful practice

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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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