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  • Emotive Photography

    When the film festival first started Jean Edwards lead a teacher workshop on emotive photography.  Being inspired by Jean, each year we have continued to promote the use of emotive photography.  The film project is now in its third year.  Evolving from Kids Can Film to Flick-It-O...

    Tags: flick-it-on!, photography, workshop,

  • Janet Wolstenholme

    Originally from Auckland, I have lived in various places in New Zealand and overseas.  I have lived in Hamilton since 1998.  I have a varied career history both in and out of education.  I love the beach, the sea, the sun, cats and all animals.   

    Tags: Travelling, writing, photography, learning, cats, animals

  • KseniaNZ

    I'm a year 5 teacher in Auckland. I love photography! I'm passionate about e-learning and using technology to assist teaching and learning. 

    Tags: photography, art, dyslexic learners, e-learning, reading, social networking. Skills: blogging, e-learning, Google Docs, photography

  • Kerry Boyde-Preece

    I am a teacher of ICT and Art at Bay of Islands College, Kawakawa.  I'm an avid fan of all things online, digital media and the opportunity to learn anything, anywhere, anytime via the internet.   What a wonderful time to be living when not only can we marvel at the ever shifting technology but ...

    Tags: digital imagery, collaborative projects, lounge music, kiwi music, photography, animal lover, gardening

  • anne robertson

    Facilitator with CORE Education, Advisor with the Connected Learning Advisory, Former Teacher of French & Spanish Outdoor Education Coordinator eLearning Leader - supporting and encouraging colleagues to blend technology into their teaching practice. Leading eLearning team and co-constru...

    Tags: being outdoors, being with my family, tramping, camping, reading, learning, teaching, chocolate, geeky tools, wine, photography

  • Anne Kenneally 

    I joined CORE Education in January 2013 as a Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator. I have a background in primary teaching, and in recent years mostly taught years 5 and 6. I've been Deputy Principal at St Mary’s School, in Mosgiel, for the past four years.  I celebrated a study leave...

    Tags: transforming learning, networking, mobile devices, photography, ubiquitous learning, flexible learning spaces, networking, thinking, reading, gardening, cycling

  • Critical Thinking in PHO301

    Tags: Critical thinking, visual arts, photography, NCEA

  • How to take photos with your Chromebook

    I wanted to attach a photo to my email today and knew that there should be a way just using my Chromebook and indeed there was. It isn't earth shatteringly great quality but it would do.

    Tags: Chromebook, photography, camera

  • One World Project 2014

    NZ schools are warmly invited to join these global projects organised by our friend Chun from Hong Kong. These projects are great starters for younger students and their teachers to participate in. We have participated in this one before and students really enjoyed preparing their photos and bei...

    Tags: international, photo, China, hong kong, art, videoconference, charity, camera, photography, fundraiser, collaboration