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Deidre Senior

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I am Deputy Principal at Oamaru Intermediate.  I am in a walking role which allows me to support teachers in many forms, as well as working with groups of students.  I oftenvwork with the latter by introducing new Web 2.0 tools with a group who then go back into their classes and share their enthusiasm and new skills with their classmates - and teachers!

I have been an ICTPD facilitator for two clusters, an E-fellow (2009) and Microsoft NZ's Most Innovative Teacher (2009).  These have really developed in me a passion for using digital tools to enhance teaching and learning.

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  • Nathaniel Louwrens

    Kia ora Deidre

    Welcome to the Connected Learning Advisory — Te Ara Whītiki group in the VLN.

    We trust you will find the articles and discussion posts useful for you and your school as you make decisions around integrating digital technology with learning.

    Please feel free to join in with the discussion.

    Ngā mihi nui

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Deidre, just want to quickly acknowledge your contributions to the "Talking about Facebook with students" discussion thread in the VLN this past week. We’d like to 'thank you' by nominating you as a community member [http://bit.ly/GA775z] for active participation in the Enabling e-Learning / VLN Groups. You are most welcome to download and add an Enabling e-Learning badge [/pg/groupcms/view/231460/] to your profile.

    Thanks again for your input into this growing community. Others can really benefit from what you have shared. Tess ☺

  • Nick Ford

    Kia ora Deidre

    Check out our blog for the week's round-up of e-learning goodness: /pg/blog/owner/group:118255.

    Ngā mihi nui, nā Nick.

  • Enabling e-Learning

    Haere mai and Welcome to the eLearning in Schools groups, Deidre. The VLN is a busy place but these groups will provide a steady hub in a busy storm - I hope! Look forward to working with you. Ngā mihi nui, Karen

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