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Massiel Barros-Torning
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Massiel Barros-Torning

Education Armidale Region, AU
I'm a lecturer and researcher in Mobile Technologies for Education. My interests are in safe technologies for creativity and learning. My background is teaching across a wider age group from Primary, High school, College, and Uni, through to University of the Third age. I have a passion for beginners because this is the group that need nurturing and support in our community. I speak Spanish, and have a bi-cultural connection with technology.

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Lecturer ICT Education
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Arts (UNE)
  • Graduate Diploma Secondary Education (UNE)
  • Cert IV in Small Business
  • Cert IV Workplace Training and Assessment
  • currently completing a Masters of Education (hons) at UNE.
Working for:
University of New England ( www.une.edu.au/education/ )

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Got it? So let's get to it.

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