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  • Anastacia Hurndell

    About me: I am the E-Dean for 2012 at Kaikoura High School. I am qualified as a teacher of Physical Education, Outdoor Education, Health, Biology and Science.

  • John David Callahan

    About me: PROSODIC LEARNING  The science of foundation learning  A new and far superior theory of learning A superior assessment to what State and English schools have. A supe...

  • Andrea Mertens

    About me: Hi my name is Andrea and I am a Science,Biology and Geography teacher. My special interests include curriculum delivery and teacher appraisal. I have been in middle mangement for over 10 years (as HoL Science) and have been AP at Tauhara since Oct 2013.

  • Gael Ashworth

    About me: I am a Science teacher and Deputy Principal at Wellington East Girls' College. I was previously at Wainuiomata High School, so it's really exciting to be in a new school and on the NAPP - lots of learning.

  • Anna Wilson

    About me: I work at Wellington East Girls' College where I am a Geography and Social Studies Teacher, Assistant HOD Social Sciences, Principal's Nominee and in charge of Relief. I am looking forward to my NAPP journey this year. 

  • Mike Scaddan

    About me: ...ers. More than twenty years ago I stumbled across the concept of neuro science and was inspired.For me it an...came a consultant in brain compatible learning. This is not pure neuro science. It is a combination of how w...

  • Ashmitag

    Interests: climate science

  • Ashween Kumar

    About me: Science and Physics Teacher

  • Carmen Kenton

    About me: I am the HOD of Science and Biology at Hagley Community College of a large department which educates a huge variety of learners with lots of learning needs from refugees, deaf,...Interests: scienceInterests: science pedagogyInterests: developing engaging science programmes

  • Susan Heeps

    About me: Currently Te Toi Tupu assistant project leader for science PLD (North Island). The science team are not mad scientists but they are mad about science (education) and the possibilities it provides for student engagement, voice and learning. Brief description: Te Toi Tupu Primary Science Facilitator