Karen Bonanno has over 40 years of experience working in government and non-government schools as a secondary teacher, teacher librarian, head of a department, acting deputy principal, regional adviser, education officer and education consultant.
She literally lives online as an educator and consultant, maximising the use of technology by being virtually connected. Karen is involved in the planning and hosting of webinars that cover primary and secondary education with a specific focus on innovative teaching and learning strategies and resourcing as it applies to curriculum design and delivery.
Her work at Eduwebinar helps teachers and educators attain their hours of professional learning in a virtual, stress-free environment in the comfort of their home. This means you can connect in during the evening to a live broadcast and participate in relevant and thought-provoking professional learning.
Dr Jennie Bales has over 40 years of experience working across all sectors of education as a teacher, teacher librarian, lecturer and deliverer of professional learning. She has particular interests in school libraries and online learning environments.
Her research background in collaborative learning environments informs current practice and professional interests as she melds face-to-face and virtual learning environments within her current school and for professional engagements.
June Wall has been a teacher at primary and secondary levels, a lecturer, professional development and education consultant, a teacher librarian and a computer coordinator in the government and non government sectors for over 35 years.
Her passion has always been designing learning experiences that allow students and teachers to be innovative in the context of individual inquiry. She continues to explore new ways of delivery and builds online environments for students learning.
June’s undergraduate study in special education together with her Masters in Information & Communication Technology and her continuing professional learning, form the basis for her personal quest to improve student learning through a flexible and individualised approach in instructional design.