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  • Katie Nisbett

    About me: I am a Year 5/6 teacher at Grey Main School. I am also the Māori/Kapahaka co-ordinator for the school. I feel that I need (and want) to develop my skills to help others in the school so that I can be a good support person for those less confident in using Te Reo.

  • Chris

    Interests: family and gardening. Learning new skills to help my teaching

  • Natasha Hemara

    About me: I am a secondary school teacher who loves teaching and learning and is passionate about student success. I am interested in developing my skills as an educational leader. I am very focused on Maori students, in particular how all teachers can provide for improved success for Maori.

  • Kirsty Wagstaff

    About me: I am a year 1/2 teacher at St Anthony's R.C. school in Pahiatua. I have been teaching coming up 20 years in a number of places including the U.K. and the King Country. I am currently teacher in charge of Maori at St Anthony's and would like to develop my skills and confidence in Te Reo.

  • Melse

    About me: ...o learn how to extend my knowledge in ICT and create effective learning opportunities for the students involving a wide range of ICT equipment and skills. Hopefully you can help me!! 

  • Lisa

    About me: ...use/overuse of IT.  I want to be a teacher who equips young people for the world they are living in but gives them so much  more than a bunch of skills or tools (which no doubt will...

  • Barbara Watson

    About me: ...s based at The University of Auckland. I have particular interests in pedagogical leadership and mentoring and support mentors in developing their skills and knowledge through our men...

  • Lisa

    About me: Hey, I'm Lisa. i work as an ECE educator in west auckland and am currently doing some study in specialist teaching. i'm looking forward to developing my skills and knowledge around leadership so i can bring some new stratgies back to my home centre 

  • Jackie

    Skills: Early reading and writing skills

  • Amy Shing

    About me: ...at RIS, named Jackson House. 3 year 7 classes and 4 year 8 classes.   Our focus is for our students to learn and develop their critical thinking skills in a cognitively collaborativ...