Term 2 workshops in Kāpiti Coast and Wellington will be led by experienced facilitators from the Connected Learning Advisory (CLA):
Ray is the Project Lead for the Connected Learning Advisory as well as a member of the Grow Waitaha team supporting schools to rethink education in Christchurch. He brings 23 years of experience in secondary leadership, inquiry and e-learning.
Philippa started with CORE Education in January 2016. She is an experienced Facilitator with the Connected Learning Advisory. Philippa has spent over 15 years in the classroom, primarily as a secondary school English teacher. In 2013 she was the Future Learning Leader at a school in Wellington. It was in this capacity that Philippa began to immerse herself in the transformative power of e-learning and future-focused pedagogies.
Lynne is passionate about assistive technology and the ways that a variety of standard technologies can be used to support a wide range of students in any classroom. Her teaching background is in secondary learning support, maths and geography. Prior to joining CORE in 2015 Lynne worked in the Ministry of Education as the national coordinator for the NZ assistive technology team.
Te Mako Orzecki — Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Wehi Wehi — is an online support advisor for the Connected Learning Advisory (CLA) Te Ara Whītiki, and a content manager for various sites on Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI). Te Mako's roles also extend to online support for the eLPF and MMeLPF frameworks.
Renee is a facilitator for the Connected Learning Advisory. Supporting schools and communities as they work together to explore the possibilities of teaching and learning with digital technologies. Renee is excited about the opportunities in e-learning to expand the limits of circumstance for all learners.