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Brenda Greene holds an MSc degree from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, and has a background as a scientist specialising in the genetics and conservation of New Zealand birds. Her research findings have been published in scientific papers. Alongside her scientific pursuits, Brenda pursued a Diploma in Teaching and Learning from Canterbury University.

Brenda’s passion for science education led her to teach at the Orana Wildlife Park and in secondary schools in Christchurch. She thrives on hands-on science experiences and actively creates innovative experiments for her students to engage in. Her teaching approach emphasises practical application and encourages students to explore scientific concepts through interactive learning.

With her scientific background and dedication to fostering a love for science, Brenda’s contributions to education have a profound impact on her students. She continually seeks out new ways to make science engaging and inspiring, ensuring that her students have the opportunity to experience the excitement of scientific discovery firsthand.

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