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Suzie Vesper

Website: http://educationalsoftware.wikispaces.com

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I trained as a primary teacher and have always had a strong interest in how ICT can be integrated into teaching and learning. I had been an ICT lead teacher in two schools before becoming an ICT facilitator to nine primary schools as part of a nation wide ICT professional development contract. I have recently started working for CORE Education that manages the ICT contract nationally and am now the national facilitator for 13 groups of schools. I have become very interested in how online tools and technologies can support learning and I maintain a number of online spaces related to this. These include:

I also share a number of presentations and resources through my Scribd and Slideshare accounts:

Basically, I have a passion for using new technologies to improve outcomes for students and to help teachers grow their own personal learning network. These technologies have already expanded my ideas and understanding through networks developed in places such as Twitter and Diigo. I enjoyed taking part in the last MirandaMod and hope to attend again in future sessions.

On the personal front, I am 37 years old and married to a lovely chap called Corey. We live in Wellington - the best city in New Zealand!


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