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Introducing Claire Amos 


Claire is a Deputy Principal at Hobsonville Point Secondary School - a new secondary school that opened at the beginning of 2014. Claire is also a founding council member of the Education Council of Aotearoa, New Zealand. 

In 2011-2012 she was the Director of e-learning at Epsom Girls Grammar School. She has lead and taught English for 17 years, her roles ranging from facilitator of the ICTs in English community on English Online, Auckland Secondary English Facilitator to Head of English Faculty at Auckland Girl’s Grammar School. She has worked at a national level in assessment and curriculum in English. In 2009 Claire was a Ministry of Education e-fellow for which she undertook a study of how ICTs can be used to support literacy in and beyond the English classroom. 

Claire also enjoys working with agencies such as NZTC, NZQA, Network for Learning, NetSafe and the 21st Century Learning Reference Group with a focus on enabling future-focused change and supporting teachers and students in blended learning environments. 

Claire is passionate about her family, education, design, living by the mantra - “you can never be overdressed or overeducated”.

Featured Blog -

Learning Leading Change


https://teachingandelearning.blogspot.co.nz/2016/01/blue-sky-high-five-things-every.html






























































In this blog, Claire regularly reflects on current educational issues and works hard to share the practice of her own and others. Whilst initially focused on e-learning, Claire's blog now focuses on wider educational topics such as future-focused education and leading change.







































Featured Video - 
Realising the future of New Zealand Education




In this presentation from the Festival of Education Claire lays down a challenge about the future of education and what she believes what might be the vision for the future of education for New Zealand. You can also read her open letter to the Education Minster here.