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  • Teena Vincent

    I am currently team-teaching a Yr 1-2 class at Kaniere School. I am married and have two children 18 and 3 1/2. I have been teaching for nearly 9 years.  I love learning about new ways to integrate ICT into the classroom programme. 

    Tags: competition pool, music, cooking, walks and netball.

  • 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

  • Introducing Pato Fu and an example of a videosong

    A wonderfully wacky video by Pato Fu from Brazil, demonstrating a videosong - "The rules for videosongs can be summed up as what you hear is what you get: the sounds MUST be seen in the video, no lip-syncing allowed". This would be a great challenge for either a team meeting or a class music p...

    Tags: music, videosong, digital story, pd

  • 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

  • Kerren Crawford

    Hi  My name is Kerren Crawford and I am a teacher at Lawrence Area School, currently working in a Year 2 class. I have been teaching for 20 years - during which I have covered most levels of the school.

    Tags: music, scrapbooking

  • Merepaea Rauputu

    Tags: love working with tamariki, music, being outdoors, gardening and most of all, being around whanau especially my new moko.

  • jenny daniell

    I have taught for many years. currently job share in a Y1 class.

    Tags: music. Skills: music

  • Phillip Older

    Tags: music, e-learning, eotc, esl. Skills: music

  • iPads in the classroom...

    What do you make of this... I think it is hilarious! "...The ipad has been useful during our lunchtime guitar lessonsHere someone plays a chord and then we try t play it on our real guitars.  It is so much fun and we have to learn to listen to the note so that we can make it..."

    Tags: ipads, music

  • Hone Nikora-Davis

    Tags: whanau success. touch rugby, rugby, league, netball, ballroom dancing, music