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  • Chrissie Butler

    I'm a Wellington-based member of the CORE Education whānau, and also a facilitator in the Blended e-Learning team with Te Toi Tupu. Currently my primary roles are:   National Facilitator Blended e-Learning/Special Education. Central South Regional Blended e-Learning team working directly wit...

    Skills: universal design for learning (udl), digital literacy, accessibility, online communities, curriculum design, facilitation, special education, change management

  • Paul Manson

    Skills: leadership, curriculum design, nzc implementation, ka hikitia, music

  • Jill Hammonds

    Hi, I'm now a retired National Facilitator who worked for CORE Education in Blended e-Learning (as part of Te Toi Tupu Consortium), CORE Achieve and e-Literacy.  For most of the past 11 years I worked as a national faciltator with the ICTPD project which during 2011-12 morphed to become the B...

    Skills: creativity, e-learning, literacy, curriculum design, inquiry and raising student achievement.

  • Universal Design for Learning

    Universal Design for Learning

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a tool to help us design to include from the outset. It's guidelines prompt us to consider what will enable rather than dis-able learners in the way we teach and organise learning. When you look at the guidelines, you'll see somethings you do already, bu...

    Tags: all learners, accessibility, universal design for learning, udl, curriculum design, curriculum, diverse learners, diversity, special learning needs, assistive technology

  • Sam Cunnane

    Visual Arts teacher. Curriculum disrupter. Arts Online facilitator. eLearning experimenter. Photographer. Based primarily at Fraser High School (teaching Photography, Design, leading the Arts Faculty, asking difficult questions about why we do things the way we do and then suggesting possible al...

    Tags: visual arts, photography, design, elearning, mlearning, curriculum design, anzaae, aotearoa new zealand association of art educators, curriculum integration project

  • Robbie Davidson

    Kia Ora I was a teacher of English and Drama at Tikipunga High school for 28 years. Now I work for Teach first NZ. I want to use this network to learn/share more about technolgy platforms.

    Skills: Writing, teaching, curriculum design

  • Julie Mills

    Julie runs her own consultancy working in schools throughout New Zealand. She offers a very practical approach to school wide practice. Until recently year she taught in a school one day and intermediate sector so draws on a wealth of experience to help clarify learning across the curriculum. In ...

    Skills: Experienced facilitator with expertise in SOLO Taxonomy, curriculum design, inquiry, financial capability and integrated learning

  • Dominic Tester

    Moved to New Zealand in late 2012 from the UK, where I had been a AP for the past 6 years. Have been teaching since 1994 and am an IT specialist. Have led on a number of national E-Learning initiatives in the UK and have presented at both national and international conferences on the role of Tech...

    Skills: ELearning, Curriculum Design, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Curriculum Design, Student Management Systems, Data/Intervention, Coaching, Initial Teacher Training, Line Management, Marketing, Pastoral Systems, Policy writing

  • Rob Clarke

    Former primary principal in Christchurch. Google Certified Teacher, consultant, web designer, former ICT Facilitator, Apple person. Loves mountain biking, running and keeping fit. More information about me and my company at: learningarchitects.com/about Services for education: www.learninga...

    Skills: Google Apps, Apple, Leadership, Vision/Strategy, Change Management, Reflective Practice, Professional Learning, Curriculum Design

  • Jill MacDonald

    Tags: Mathematics, Curriculum Design, Thinking Outside the Box, Financial Wellbeing