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Tessa Gray

Nau mai ki te wiki o te reo Māori. Why not try these? https://elearning.tki.org.nz/Teaching/Inclusive-classrooms/Te-reo-Maori-digital-tools

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Brief description: Educator, author, digital designer
Contact email: tessamgray@yahoo.com
Telephone: skype: tessagray
Mobile phone: 021 337 529
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Twitter username: https://twitter.com/tessagray

About me

My educational background spans 31 years - both here and in London. It includes generalist classroom teaching, art specialist, art adviser, ICT adviser, ICT PD national facilitator, accredited and 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.

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  • Tessa Gray created a page Seesaw advice
    What is one piece of advice you would give to Seesaw users? 16 January 5 Replies 16 Views  Public discussion Created by Nicki Tempero   Many teachers will be beginning a new school year with...
  • As educators we’re often thinking about the strategic, logistical and pedagogical influences and impact of digital technologies on our learners, after all, An active and empowered citizen in a digital age is able to participate in digital...
  • What does Te Tiriti o Waitangi look like in your school? 7 February 0 Replies 867 Views  Public discussion Created by CORE Education   Some school has just started back (some students yet to return)...
  • Tessa Gray created a page Vision in the local curriculum
    In a school I've been working in, they wanted to revisit their school vision, their model for learning and basically reimagine what and how they teach. We started by gathering our collective beliefs about learning, so we could reshape our...
  • Tessa Gray created a page Authentic contexts
    I might be a bit late to this party, but really enjoying the authentic integration of the Technology strands and Digital Technology learning areas (CT and DDDO) in these lesson sequences from Digital Ignition | Māpura Matihiko. For example, Think...
  • Kia ora tatou, Technology is a process-driven curricula, so Kiatakatū ā-Matihiko has produced an iterative model (right) that reflects the design thinking phases (EMPATHISE > DEFINE > IDEATE > PROTOTYPE > FEEDBACK) that fits well...
  • Tessa Gray created a page Ten Trend: Micro-credentialing
      What’s it about? If you were ever a Boy Scout, Brownie or Girl Guide you’ll no doubt remember the joy of accumulating badges for adventures completed and skills achieved - recognisable to all. The same thing applies if...
  • Tessa Gray created a page Building a prosthetic LEGO arm
    How clever is this young man? Living with a personal challenge he wanted to overcome, he quickly got to work with materials he knew - LEGO. It was only until the LEGO product was strong enough that he could build a prothetic arm...
  • Kia ora tatou, Technology is a process-driven curricula, so Kiatakatū ā-Matihiko has produced an iterative model (right) that reflects the design thinking phases (EMPATHISE > DEFINE > IDEATE > PROTOTYPE > FEEDBACK) that fits well...
  • Tessa Gray created a page Examples of DDDO in action
    Kia ora koutou, here's some examples (Piktochart infographic) to enjoy viewing over the coming long break. Do you have more to showcase or show off and add to this resource bank? We'd love to see more added below . Simply join this...
  • Tessa Gray created a page On a roll with Spheros
    Programmable robots like Spheros, can have a lot of potential in the classroom. Here’s how some mini lessons played out yesterday, in a primary school setting. Resources: Introduction and 'how to' videos: directional...
  • As a result of collaborative partnerships and PLD support from CORE Education, Cobden School has strengthened processes to use evidence-based data to inform and improve their practice and the results have been outstanding for all involved. Click...

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