Ally is a senior researcher and resource developer at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research. She has experience at all levels of primary school, in pre-service and in-service teacher education, as a resource teacher of learning and behaviour, and in distance education.
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Jane is a chief researcher at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research. Before she joined NZCER in June 2003, she was a senior lecturer in the School of Education at Victoria University of Wellington, and has worked as a secondary school teacher. She has published and presented widely on the implications of the knowledge society for education.
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|Jennifer Garvey Berger
Jennifer consults and teaches in the areas of leadership development, adult development, and transformational learning. She is a chief researcher at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research, and a partner in an international leadership consultancy company, Kenning Associates.
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Rachel is a senior researcher at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research. Her research interests include environmental education/education for sustainability, school-based curriculum development and innovation, science education, education for enterprise, and the role and potential of ICT, multimedia, and e-learning in education.
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Juliet is researcher and resource developer at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research. Her research interests include literacy (including ESOL), curriculum and resource development, assessment, and key competencies.
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James used to work at NZCER as an item writer (literacy). He has taught English and Creative Writing at universities in NZ and Asia and worked as a freelance writer, mainly in education.
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