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  • juliet vickers

    About me: ...r farm in Lower Northland 3 years ago and we are really enjoying living in New Plymouth. I am really looking forward to developing my leadership knowledge and skills this year.

  • Kate Reddington

    About me: Hello! I am a tutor at Yoobee School of Design. What I love most about teaching is constantly learning and passing on that knowledge.  I am also currently managing the Short Course D...

  • Ngā Kupenga ā Kupe

    About me: ...lved, but that his “kupenga” or net symbolizes the collective intention to capture these kura which are used to sustain and nourish our cultural knowledge unique to each of our Kura in...

  • Hannah

    About me: I am a 2nd year teacher working at Prospect Primary in Glen Eden, West Auckland. I have a vibrant, boisterous bunch of students who challenge me everyday! I am committed to raising their achievement and furthering my teaching skills/knowledge.

  • Andy Morgan

    About me: ...aroa.  My learning journey after Kamo High School saw me gain teaching qualifications at the University of Waikato.  I began to develop greater knowledge of Te Reo Māori  and Tikanga...

  • Glenn Murphy

    About me: ...nd learning vocabulary across the curriculum (EL), the form and function of summative assessment with regard to metacognition - not just subject knowledge.

  • Kelly

    Brief description: PE and Health trained secondary teacher, currently teaching literacy and numeracy with a passion for IT, e-learning and constantly extending my knowledge

  • Shane Burgess

    About me: ...h I have a huge passion. As a Primary trained teacher, I consider myself lucky to have taught across Years 0-10 as this has helped broaden my knowledge of the NZC. Outside of sch...

  • Andrea Ramsell

    About me: ...my Masters. One of my papers is on assessment so I am hopeful I can develop my understanding further around Dynamic assessment and use this new knowledge support my cluster and the wi...

  • Jo Lewis

    About me: ...and have been proud to call myself a Kiwi ever since. I am an innovative, creative, positive-minded free-thinker who loves to learn and share knowledge.  I am a self-confessed choco...