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  • Chris

    About me: Back teaching full time in a Year 3/4 class after having spent some time relieving and releasing others. In a great school and being challenged to try out vln!! First steps

  • Chris Dillon

    About me: ...esentative on PPTA ICT Advisory Committee 2017. Previously: TiC Digital Technology, Assistant Teacher of Art & Design, Media Studies through VLN, and MultiMedia tutor (Level...

  • Terry Hokianga

    About me: Kia ora so I have just got my head around becoming a member of this roopu (VLN) which is exciting and some what scary at the moment. I am hoping someone has heard me as it would be comforting to know that I am reaching someone at this moment. Kia ora for now. Nga Mihi.

  • Caroline Gray

    About me: ...and leadership roles within mainstream secondary eduaction. This year I am pleased to be starting another new journey as a 2013 NAPP participant. VLN is a tool I am looking forwar...

  • Opononi Area school

    About me: ...Waima, Omanaia, Rawene, Whirinaki, Koutou, Pakanae, Opononi, Omapere, Waimamaku and Wekaweka. We look forward to growing our kete of knowledge via VLN and sharing learning with oth...

  • Tash Jacobs

    About me: ...ing and literacy makes my day.  I love breaking down the walls of the classroom, interacting and collaborating with the real world!  I love the VLN and would like to thank every...

  • Helen Hofmans

    About me: ...akes High School (Helen Morgan) I have very fond memories of my time there and hope that I can catch up with some of my ex colleagues again via the VLN

  • Miss Kihi

    About me: ...Aue your kereewa'(clever) Heoi ano,  Dont forget to MAU YOUR WEHI..or.. MAU YOUR LAWN! (korero kirehu) I look forward to the chat & convo on VLN...SEE YA THERE!  

  • KaineHokianga

    About me: Learnt about VLN at ULearn@School , Palmerston North roadshow. I'm pretty interested to see how well this resource will help with my teaching practice!

  • Darcy

    About me: Acting Principal of St Patrick's School in Waimate. Absolutely wrapped to be involved in Te Manawa Pou through VLN