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Panel members are:
Chris Duggan (NZASE president)
Director of House of Science, Tauranga
Sabina Cleary (Publications manager)
Secondary Curriculum & Learning Facilitator, College of Education, University of Canterbury
Researcher/resource developer, New Zealand Council of Education Research
Dr Anne Hume
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato
Chief researcher, New Zealand Council of Education Research
Professor Lindsey Conner
Director Science and Technology Research Hub, University of Canterbury
HOD Earth and Space Science, Nelson College for Girls
Science technician, Queen Margaret College
Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington
Associate Dean Teacher Education, University of Waikato
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