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Anaru White

Brief description: Accredited Facilitator CORE Education
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Contact email: anaru.white@core-ed.org
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Twitter username: @anaruwhite

About me

He mihi kau ki a koutou katoa.

Ko Taranaki te maunga, ko Waitara te awa, ko Tokomaru te waka, ko Te Atiawa te iwi, ko Pukerangiora te hapū, ko Kairau te marae.

Ko Anaru White tōku ingoa. Nō Taranaki au engari kei Ōtautahi au e noho ana.

Kia ora tātou

I have worked for CORE Education since 2012. I am currently an advisor for Te Ara Whītiki - The Connected Learning Advisory. I have also been a provider of tailored professional learning services for schools as well as a navigator in the Grow Waitaha programme supporting Christchurch schools.

I work alongside communities of learning, kura and schools to enhance outcomes through Innovative Learning Practices and the effective use of digital technologies. I have a background in teaching and facilitating in primary and secondary settings. I am an experienced facilitator in English and Māori Medium settings and within the primary and secondary sectors. He has worked alongside senior leadership, board of trustees, teachers, students and communities.

 

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  • Moana Timoko

    Kia ora e te tungāne
    Nau mai ki te rōpū Te Reo Rangatira.
    Ko au tētahi o ngā kaiwhakahaere mō te rōpū. Tirohia ngā pouaka kōrero (Discussions via the discussion post boxes). Kia kaha te kōrero!

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Anaru, thank you for joining the Southern | Leading Effective e-Learning group. It is envisioned that these groups will become a central hub for a community of like-minded educators - focused on growing e-learning leadership, to impact change for our priority learners.

    You might like to take a few moments to introduce yourself, tell us where you're from, share a photo or perhaps your mihi in this thread [http://www.vln.school.nz/discussion/view/827584]. This is a great way to establish and connect a community online, so we'd love to hear from you. Ngā mihi nui, Tess :-)

  • Jeanette Hinerangi Eruera Murphy

    Kia Ora Anaru...nga mahi nui ki a koe. Thanks for the high five intro:)

  • Moana Timoko

    Kia ora Anaru - Thanks for joining MoToMa MaP - MoToMa said with a high pitch and attitude....similar to the way you and Janelle pronounce Animoto! LOL Ngā mihi

  • Barbara Reid

    Kia ora Anaru
    Welcome to the BYOD group. There is lots of good information in the bookmarks and discussions. Please join in the discussions.
    Cheers
    Barbara

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