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Tessa Gray

Missed out on webinars and interviews with gurus? Check the latest from Enabling e-Learning @ https://vln.school.nz/blog/group/118255/all

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Brief description: Enabling e-Learning online facilitator. I'm excited about the prospects of the VLN and how it can bring like-minded people together online. I am here to help promote discussions and share effective practice.
Contact email: tessa.gray@core-ed.net
Telephone: skype: tessagray
Mobile phone: 021 337 529
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Twitter username: https://twitter.com/tessagray

About me

Enabling e-Learning online facilitator. I currently work for CORE Education as the online facilitator for the Ministry of Education's Enabling e-Learning and CORE Education's community of practice, edSpace.

A big part of my role, is to help build a sense of community identity in the VLN community groups space. I'm here to help support partnerships within our professional network - which includes brokering relationships within and beyond the VLN.

I'm also here to support community members mentor others online, as we share opinions, ideas, resource and teacher reflections - that will enhance learning opportunities for all our learners. A priority focus will concentrate on conversations and live events that focus on the effective role of e-learning in education. This will happen largely within the Enabling e-Learning community groups. Come join me there!

My educational background spans 28 years - both here and in London. It includes generalist classroom teaching, art specialist, art adviser, ICT adviser, ICT PD national facilitator and recently as an online facilitator.

At home, I am the third child of four. I have a fabulous partner, cheeky son and two gorgeous step-children. Life is pretty good in the sunny BOP. I'm proud to be a published author of five books on art and ICT.

Please feel free to drop me a line or leave me a message at any time. I'd love to hear from you Smile

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  • Snapshot of learning – Flipped learning at Ashhurst School

    Principal, Heath Chittenden introduced the flipped learning model to Ashhurst School in 2014. This schoolwide approach to learning has focused teachers and improved student learning outcomes, particularly in boys writing. 

    Read the full snapshot of learning »

    Posted: 2 days ago

  • Launch of the Leadership Strategy for the teaching profession and Educational Leadership Capability Framework

    The Education Council have launched the Leadership Strategy for the growth and development of leadership capability for all registered teachers.

    The Leadership Strategy for the teaching profession of Aotearoa New Zealand 

    The Leadership Strategy for the teaching profession of Aotearoa New Zealand

    The Leadership Strategy supports the growth and development of leadership capability for all registered teachers across English medium and Māori medium settings, in positional and non-positional roles.

    The Strategy sets out a guiding framework for teachers to develop their leadership capability – aiming to make leadership development accessible to everyone.

    The Educational Leadership Capability Framework

    Educational Leadership Capability Framework

    The Educational Leadership Capability Framework (the Capability Framework) is designed to support the Leadership Strategy to advance educational leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand.

    The Capability Framework gives life to the Leadership Strategy and outlines the core educational capabilities needed for effective leadership across different levels of the profession. It provides all teachers with a practical tool to identify, grow, and develop their leadership capability. It illustrates what leadership looks like in practice, in kura, schools, and early childhood education services.

    Download the Leadership Strategy and Capability Framework »

    Posted: 19 days ago

  • Netsafe launches new text service for young people

    NetSafe have launched a new text service aimed at making it easier for young people to get support for online challenges.

    Netsafe offers the free and confidential service to help students understand the options available to them for dealing with the situation. This includes other types of bullying and abuse using digital technology like voicemail and text. The contact centre is open 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday, and 9am – 5pm on weekends. 

    • Get in touch by texting "Netsafe" to 4282.

    Posted: 22 days ago

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