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  • edSpace Help
    edSpace Help

    New to edSpace? Here's a group to help get you started. This group is a place to clarify the...

    • edSpace

      Instructional video: Find friends and join groups

      Here are some simple instructions (3.19mins) on how to find friends (Huānga) and join groups (Ngā Rōpū) in edSpace.

      Tags: video, how to, friends, huānga, groups, ngā rōpū

      • David Bailey

        David Bailey

        I am a Marketing Coordinator for CORE Education.  Originally from Hawke's Bay, and around ten years in Wellington, I have lived in Christchurch now for over 30 years. I have a background in graphic and web design, publishing, writing, and editing. I am an avid learner. 

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): family, friends, reading, writing, art, speaking, Bible study

        • Jacqui Duncan

          Jacqui Duncan

          I am contracted to Core for about 0.2 working as an expert partner, in the U-Choose programme and in the Grow Waitaha programme. I love working for Core and feel privileged to be able to continue to contribute to the sector.  The rest of the time I work for myself working with principals undertak...

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): family, friends, travel, walking, wine tasting, education futures, equity and excellence

          • Tessa Gray

            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,...

            Tags: edspace, champions, friends

            • Lisa

              Lisa

              I am a born and bred Nelsonian and have been teaching for nine, almost ten years now. I've experience in working with infants and toddlers, young children, new entrant aged children, children with high needs, teaching, leading and in the past coaching young children with marching. My personal...

              Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Outdoors, family, friends, reading, movies, food.

              • Richelle

                Richelle

                Tena koutou katoa Ko Maunganui toku maunga Ko motu toku awa Ko pakeha toku iwi No Tauranga ahau Kei Waiharakeke toku kainga inaianei Ko Richelle toku ingoa Kia ora,  I have been teaching in Blenheim for the past 9 years, 5 years at Blenheim ABC Centres - Wairau (now closed...

                Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Family, Being a Nana for the first time, Friends, The Great Outdoors, Gardening, Reading, Home DIY

                • Sandra Cummings

                  Sandra Cummings

                  Kia Ora I am currently the Head Teacher of mixed toddlers and young children at TopKids Lemon in New Plymouth. I have two adult sons and a husband, who are supportive with my career choice. My interests are spending time with family and great friends.     Brief description:...

                  Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Friends, Family

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