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  • Rachel Clark

    Kia ora, I am a teacher by trade, accumulating the bulk of my experience during my 10 years working in a large secondary school community in Wellington. While I was a teacher for the most part, in 2009 I became a pastoral dean. It was in this role that I was introduced to restorative practice....

    Tags: Art, reading, yoga practice and travelling

  • Saskia Nickless

    Visual Art and Design Teacher, interested in technology in the classroom, student directed learning, and enabling student engagement and passion for Visual Art.

    Tags: Art, Design, Roller Derby!

  • Tina Ivamy

    Year 0-3 Classroom Teacher at a small rural school.  I am keen to explore using iPads in the classroom as part of using the 4 C's to encourage communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.  Discovery is a big focus in the classroom.  Reading Recovery training  has allowed me to ...

    Tags: Discovery, Reading Comprehension, ICT, Art

  • JenniferW

    Tags: Sailing, Art, travel and learning something new as often as possible.

  • Nicholas Lekakis

    I really love e-learning: it puts you on the cutting-edge of pedagogy and has all sorts of exciting potential for students. 

    Tags: Art, Music, Books, Movies, Skating, Languages

  • Anna Hagan

    A relieving teacher who works in a full primary.  Loves to teach across all the age groups.  Currently teaching y5-y8  

    Tags: Art, maths, teaching, ict

  • Images & posters

    A selection of images & posters

    Tags: Art

  • Keryn Annan

    Team Leader of Year 7 & 8.  C.O.L In School Teacher. Mum to 6-year-old and 3-year-old boys. Teacher of 107 students alongside 3 others in an I.L.E. Keen Interests in Inquiry-based learning, Literacy and Numeracy.

    Skills: Art, graphic design, boxing, Paperwork

  • Rachel Loke (Banned)

    Rachel Loke

    Skills: Art, dragons