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  • Tracey Schumacher

    I came to Mangatawhiri school for a terms relieving 25 years ago, and have never left!  It is a great school that has seen lots of changes over the years.  I really enjoy tinkering with ICT, and using it as a regular tool in my classroom. I am nowhere near an expert but I do know how to find answ...

    Tags: reading, music, netball, friends

  • Lorna Wainwright

    Kia ora! I started teaching in 1993 in The Yorkshire Dales in England. We moved to this beautiful country 8 years ago and made a home for ourselves in Taupo. I have been working at my present school for the last 7 years and team teach in the New Entrants Room.

    Tags: walking, spending time with my family, cooking, reading

  • donnady

    Presently enjoying my role as e-learning facilitator for the Coalface Cluster (Morrinsville, Gordonton , Huntly areas).  Over 20 odd years I've taught students from Year 1 - Yr 13. I'm now unable to be scared or surprised by anything small humans can do & think- and I'm still constantly delighted...

    Tags: fishing, reading, writing - possibly the biggest collection of unfinished and unpublished work in the history of middle-aged women.

  • Rachel O'Connell

    I am in a job share position at Lawrence Area School, teaching a Y3-4 class two and a half days per week, after many years of full-time teaching and then taking time out from full-time work to raise twin boys.  I love my current job, especially the fact that I still have my own class but only hal...

    Tags: photography, digital scrapbooking, running, biking, reading, playing guitar, squash

  • Barbara Corcoran

    I live and work in the Mackenzie Country, making my home in Burkes Pass and teaching Year 3 at Fairlie Primary School. I love having a career where no two days are alike. My own six children range in age from 36 to 10, and I'm enjoying "swapping roles" with my husband John, who is the stay-at-hom...

    Tags: learning piano, reading, social justice, walking and in summer bike riding

  • Jo Coxhead

    Tena koutou katoa.  Ko Tāwhirirangi te maunga. Ko Mohaka te awa.  Ko Takitimu te waka. Ko Ngāti Kahungunu te Iwi. Ko Ngāti Pahauwera te Hapū. KoTe Waipapa-a-iwi te Marae. Ko Te Kahu-o-te-Rangi te Wharenui. Ko Rongomaiwahine te Wharekai. Ko Jo taku ingoa. He kaiako ahau. Ko Paihia taku kura. Nō...

    Tags: te reo maori, reading, cooking

  • Jo Wedlake

    I have a wonderful family and enjoy spending as much of my free time with them as I possibly can. 

    Tags: family, cooking, reading, music

  • Anne Kenneally 

    I joined CORE Education in January 2013 as a Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator. I have a background in primary teaching, and in recent years mostly taught years 5 and 6. I've been Deputy Principal at St Mary’s School, in Mosgiel, for the past four years.  I celebrated a study leave...

    Tags: transforming learning, networking, mobile devices, photography, ubiquitous learning, flexible learning spaces, networking, thinking, reading, gardening, cycling

  • Kelly Sheppard

    Tags: sport, snow, travelling, ict, reading

  • Claire

    Tags: e-fellow 2013, digital literacy, ubiquity, agency and connectedness, flexible learning spaces, blended learning, reading, walking, friends