Reflecting on the Culture of Teaching
Danielle Myburgh, Ginnie Thorner
In this episode of New Zealand Edchat Radio, we talk about the evolving culture of teaching.
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July 8, 2015 Connected Educators
Ginnie Thorner is a full time dance and drama specialist. She works with students from Year 0-11 and is a tutor at the New Zealand Graduate School of Education. Ginnie believes that The Arts are central to inquiry. She has a strong belief that without arts we are cheating our students from the fundamental part of being human. Danielle Myburgh is #edchatNZ host and founder, maths and science teacher, e-learning specialist classroom teacher, masters in education student and overall learning junkie.She also has a blog www.MissDtheTeacher.blogspot.com.
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