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  • Margaret Miller

    About me: ...mpower them to use technology to their advantage, from a professional looking PowerPoint presentation, to sending emails via our SMS, from ways to create tick box lists for a forthcom...

  • Susan Wilson

    About me: ...oordinator at Emerge Supported Employment Trust. Our programme provides a year of support and mentoring for a student or young person.to help create a seamless movement for stude...

  • Martin Hughes 3ml.nz

    About me: I have been working as a Facilitator in NZ schools for about 9 years and I have a relentless focus on making technology work for learners - it so often feels the other way around! I create and deliver professional learning programs that are meaningful, memorable and motivating:)

  • Sara Bryan

    About me: I'm a digital humanist by day and an educational publisher... also by day. With South Pacific Press, I help to create and update the literacy resource CSI Literacy.

  • Melse

    About me: ...ear 8, having the independence of these students, yet still the need for lots of learning. I'm here to learn how to extend my knowledge in ICT and create effective learning opportunit...

  • Lisa

    About me: ...slates into richer learning outcomes.  I am passionate about great relationship with our young people and seeing them equipped to be all they were created to be. I taught Year 6 for...

  • Kathy Baker

    About me: ...ning South Team. I am fresh out of school professionally where I had an e-Learning team leader role. Decided today today that I would be brave and create my profile as opposed to lurk...

  • Bec Trafford

    About me: ...laborate and share ideas.  I have just started using iPads 1-1 within my class and am loving the motivation it provides.  The children are able to create, collaborate and share their...

  • Paul Sibson

    About me: I am principal of Fendalton Open-air School in Christchurch. I am passionate about using technology in schools to aid, develop and create learning. Finding ways to make sharing learning simple for teachers is a particular interest of mine.