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    • Carolyn English

      Carolyn English

      • Wellington
      Ko te tamaiti te putāke o te kaupapa. Every young person has the right to be supported by an education system that feels cohesive and is motivated by the vision of all our young people being confident, connected, actively involved, lifelong learners. Every day I come across young people and their teachers having amazing interactions and solving wicked problems. Helping more young people and more teachers have these experiences is what motivates me to work in education.
      • Pip Brunn

        Pip Brunn

        • Palmerston North
        Curriculum Champion
        • Madeline

          Madeline

          • Hokitika - West Coast, NZ
          I am interested in leveraging creativity and digital technologies to develop learner agency within communities of learning.
          • Nikki Grazier

            Nikki Grazier

            • Auckland
            Curriculum Champion - Te Whāriki
            • Rebbecca Sweeney

              Rebbecca Sweeney

              • Ōtautahi, Christchurch, Aotearoa, New Zealand
              For the past three and a half years Rebbecca has been part of CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau. She facilitates and mentors groups and individuals in clusters or networks, schools and early childhood services. She works with practitioners in their own contexts to set and achieve their aspirations.
              • Caryn Deans

                Caryn Deans

                • Palmerston North, Manawatu
                Te Whariki Facilitator: Matika Maranga
                • Cindy Logan

                  Cindy Logan

                  • Christchurch
                  Office Manager at CORE Education
                  • MeredithNoonan

                    MeredithNoonan

                    • Christchurch
                    • Chris McLean

                      Chris McLean

                      • Piha, Auckland
                      Collaborative practice, curriculum delivery, content development, professional learning
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