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Kathy Baker

I'm with you Moana. The real stuff, said simply and with such energy, sent shivers down my spine.


Brief description: Be-L Facilitator Team South
Contact email: kathy.baker@core-ed.ac.nz
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About me

Kia ora koutou. I have recently joined Blended e-Learning South Team. I am fresh out of school professionally where I had an e-Learning team leader role. Decided today today that I would be brave and create my profile as opposed to lurking around this learning site reading up about everyone else. Digital and media storytelling is probably where most of my energy has been invested in over the last few years and I look forward to learning from others.

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  • Tessa Gray

    Hi Kathy, me here...pretty exciting - I see Madeline has replied to your thread @ /discussion/view/813419?orderby=latest with some rigorous sharing. It would be cool to invite more secondary to share in this forum too - do you have in mind we could shoulder-tap?

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Kathy, thank you for joining the Southern | Leading Effective e-Learning group. It is envisioned that these groups will become a central hub for a community of like-minded educators - focused on growing e-learning leadership, to impact change for our priority learners.

    You might like to take a few moments to introduce yourself, tell us where you're from, share a photo or perhaps your mihi in this thread [/discussion/view/827584].

    You might also be interested in conversations about 'what makes an e-learning leader' [/discussion/view/835077]. We'd love to hear your views.

    These are great ways to establish and connect a community online, so we'd love to hear from you. Ngā mihi nui, Tess :-)

  • Barbara Reid

    Hi Kathy. Welcome to the Quadblogging Aotearoa Group. Please feel free to offer suggestions and contribute to the discussions. And please spread the word.

  • Catriona Pene

    Hey Kathy fellow BeL bird : )

  • Karen Spencer

    Kia ora Kathy,
    Great question you posed on the Wire. Why not post it as a new discussion thread in the Teaching or Professional Learning Group in Enabling e-Learning? More likely to get a response and more space for you to unpack what you'd like:) I dare you;) Ngā mihi nui, nā, Karen

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