• Gretchen Badenhorst

      Gretchen Badenhorst

      • Auckland
      Manager of Education Services at ETV, PLD to support Critical Questioning in an Interactive Video context.
      • Elizabeth Craker

        Elizabeth Craker

        • Wellington
        I have taught from new entrants to Year 8, both in New Zealand and the UK. I have also worked as a Reading Recovery teacher and as a SENCO. Lots of things followed my 12 years teaching. First off it was having six wonderful years at Learning Media in the International team writing and marketing literacy materials to North America, UK, Asia and Australia. This role also included delivering literacy professional development to teachers in Asia. From there I moved into working in online environments as a project manager and then developed other roles including developing educational content for websites and CORE's breakfast seminar programme.
        • Shelley Latimer

          Shelley Latimer

          • Glendene, Te Atatu , West Auckland
          Passionate Primary Teacher at Glendene school
          • Rachel Whalley

            Rachel Whalley

            • Matatā
            VLN Primary ePrincipal
            • Vic Hygate

              Vic Hygate

              • Kumara, West Coast, South Island, NZ
              • DylanM


                Teacher of 7 years. Currently working at Opaheke School, after 5 years at Bucklands Beach Intermediate and 2 years at the Australian International School in Singapore
                • Greg Semmens

                  Greg Semmens

                  • Hawkes Bay
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                • Day 6: Level 4 PLD support for schools
                  Kia ora i te whānau, Day 6, Level 4: We hope you've all settled into a new routine and finding moments for yourselves and well as juggling a new work-life balance. We're thinking of you during this time as we self-isolate alongside you (from home). As you know, the government has...
                • He waka eke noa
                  We're all in this together. Day 2: We know you'll be taking the time to look after yourselves, your whānau and giving yourselves time to settle in. Some of you will also be thinking about exploring ways to make learning achievable for you as kaikao and achievable for your ākonga and...
                • Stay safe, stay connected
                  He moana pukepuke e ekengia e te waka. A choppy sea can be navigated. Here's a warm message from Janelle Riki-Waaka via our CORE Facebook page. FB clip 24 March from edSpace on Vimeo. Our offices are temporarily closed, but we remain open for business. We can continue to support...