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    • 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

      • 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...

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Reading, swimming, walking, time with whānau, dinner with girlfriends, watching movies with my teenager, spending time with my new mokopuna

        • 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...

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Family, Reading, Swimming, Fishing, Virtual learning

          • 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

            • Claire McDonald

              Claire McDonald

              I am a teacher at Andersons Bay Community Kindergarten and have been involved in early childhood education for almost 20 years.  I began my journey at Alicetown Playcentre in Lower Hutt alongside my son and after moving to Dunedin at Opoho Playcentre.  I have just finished working in the Curricul...

              Tags (please separate each one with a comma): My whanau, My friends, My dogs, Walking and tramping, Gymnastics, Reading

              • Heather Wigg

                Heather Wigg

                * teach Y7 Inependent Learning class at Orewa College * CoL in school leader

                Tags (please separate each one with a comma): craft work, golf, Reading, gardening, travel

                • Ash Maindonald

                  Ash Maindonald

                  In education for 39 years, 24 of those as a principal. I love with a great paasion what I do, the team I work with, and most particularly the children I am blessed to support, encourage and learn alongside. Proud principal of Western Heights primary - in my fourth year. Proud of our outstan...

                  Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Loving, Learning, Leading, Family, Football, Softball, Apple Technology, Reading, Coaching, Te Ao Maori, LIFE.

                  • Senga White

                    Senga White

                    Information Literacy Specialist. Head of library services and Research & Learning Coordinator at Southland Boys' High School.  Librarian for over 17 years. Past president of the School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (SLANZA). Emerging researcher on current Informatio...

                    Skills: Information Literacy, Reading, Critical thinking skills, Tertiary Prep, Curriculum planning, collaborative planning

                    • Emma Scarle

                      Emma Scarle

                      Hi, I'm Emma. I'm an in school CoL Teacher at Maeroa Intermediate School. 

                      Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Reading, Trying new cuisines, Walking, Scouting

                      • 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

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