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Rob Clarke


Twitter ID: @robclarke

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Personal Statement

Rob Clarke has a wealth of experience in education in various roles: teacher, associate principal, principal, facilitator and consultant. He has taught in primary, secondary, as well as facilitated postgraduate study for teachers. He is a published author in the area of reflective practice and professional learning systems.

Rob is passionate about helping schools and organisations become future focussed and leverage new technologies to enhance systems and learning. His experience in designing and leading professional learning has seen him work in New Zealand, Australia, United States, UK and Asia. His work in the area of elearning and professional development has seen him recognised by organisations such as TUANZ(Telecommunications Users Association of Australia and New Zealand),Interface Magazine, Apple and Google. In 2011, Rob was awarded status as a Google Certified Teacher as recognition of his skills at empowering people with technology.

To learn more about Rob, check out his personal site at, or the Learning Architects web site.

ICT Interests


To learn more about Rob, check out his personal site at, or the Learning Architects web site.

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