The following people are attending the School of the Future Summit from New Zealand, and are contributors to this blog: carol

Carol Moffatt has more than 40 years experience at all levels of the education sector. She holds directorships with Multiserve Education Trust Ltd and Core Education Ltd. She has also been appointed to the Correspondence School Board of Trustees. Carol was the Manager, ICT Strategy for Schools for the Ministry of Education between 1998 and 2003 and is widely recognised for her vision and leadership in developing an ICT strategy for New Zealand schools. marg

Marg McLeod is currently project director of the national support services team and leads CORE’s contract for the New Zealand Ministry of Education’s ICT Professional Development Clusters programme (ICT PD). In her most recent role as Principal of Wellington Girls College, Marg has implemented change management for 21st century learning, emanating from the development of media rich environments and the examination of the impact they make.

derek Derek Wenmoth is currently director of eLearning at CORE Education, and is involved with a wide range of e-learning activities from exploring the innovative use of the latest technologies and researching e-learning practices, to helping establish policy and strategies to enable the implementation of e-learning. With a background as a teacher, principal, teacher educator and education policy advisor, Derek’s role at CORE perfectly combines his passion for teaching and learning together with his long held fascination with the use of technologies in education.



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  1. I am very much looking forward to the summit and for the opportunity to be with Carol, Derek and Marg in Seattle at the SoF Summit. The latest agenda was emailed to me today. Some very intersting sessions and leading commentators in education are delivering keynotes, some of which I have not heard speak before including Michael Horn and Tony Wagner.

  2. I am really looking forward to this week in Seattle. It will be great to spend quality time with Carol, Derek and Nils, and be able to discuss the things we hear and see at the Schools of the Future Summit.

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