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    • Nick Major

      Nick Major

      Lead Facilitator & Expert Partner, CORE Education. Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi “With your basket and my basket the people will live” . The diversity of competing demands and views, the increasing complexities of the educational and schooling environments in the twenty-first Century, urges us to collaborate, to develop rich networks and communities of best practice. I regard myself as privileged to be able to continue to contribute to such communities through my association with CORE Education.
      • Sarah-Lou

        Sarah-Lou

        • Christchurch
        Kaiako/Early Childhood Teacher
        • Tania Coutts

          Tania Coutts

          • Tai Tokerau
          Tania has been part of the CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau team for eight years. Tania has worked across all sectors in a range of professional learning development projects. Tania is an Accredited MoE Learning Facilitator and is currently working in 3 Kura and 1 Kāhui Ako supporting with Digital Fluency. Tania is also contracted to work within the Manaiakalani Outreach programme and Te Ara Whītiki - The Connected Learning Advisory.
          • Claire McDonald

            Claire McDonald

            • Dunedin
            Early Childhood Teacher
            • Deanne Thomas

              Deanne Thomas

              • Papaiōea Manawatū
              Based in Papaioea, my current position is Kaihautū Māori for Tātai Aho Rau/CORE Education. I am mainly focused on building opportunities for Māori to achieve success in whichever learning environment they are currently participating - tamariki in Māori immersion, tamariki in English medium, teachers/kaiako in kura and kāhui ako.
              • Jo Fletcher

                Jo Fletcher

                • Tairua, Coromandel Peninsula
                Facilitator - Matika, Maranga - Te Whāriki | He whāriki mātauranga mō ngā mokopuna o Aotearoa
                • Emma Watts

                  Emma Watts

                  • Queenstown
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