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Sabbatical reports added June 2019

Sabbatical reports published in May-June were: Secondary and area Positive education The potential for positive education to increase wellbeing for learning. Dick Edmundson, Linwood College  Future-focused learning Global thinking and future-focused learning capabilities. Gary Moore, Rutherford College  Primary  Māori success as Māori How schools have improved the achievement of Māori students.  Simon Akroyd, Apanui School  Hauora How school communities promote...

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Sabbatical applications

Primary school principals and teachers can apply for sabbaticals and study awards for 2020 until 2 July 2019.Primary study awards and sabbaticals – TeachNZApplications from area and secondary school principals closed on 4 June.

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Te Ahu o te Reo Māori

Te Ahu o te Reo Māori is an opportunity for all kaiako, teachers, and non-teaching staff to develop their knowledge of and use te reo Māori correctly every day.Te Ahu o te Reo Māori is designed for the education workforce. You will learn te reo Māori alongside some of the...

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Sabbatical reports added April 2019

Sabbatical reports published in April were: Secondary and area Senior secondary curriculum A general proposal for educational provision at senior secondary level. Tim Kuipers, Ashburton Christian School  Student leadership A global leadership programme for the school. Linda, Miller, Otago Girls' High School  Primary Wellbeing A case study on the development of a staff wellbeing initiative. Christine Brown, Raroa Normal...

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Sabbatical reports added March 2019

Sabbatical reports published in February and March were: Secondary and area Influences on achievement Influences on Samoan and Tongan male students. Brian Evans, Kelston Boys' High School   Cultural responsiveness Cultural knowledge and responsiveness in a Christian context. Wendy Gabriel, Sonrise Christian School  Collaborative inquiry Collaborative inquiry and its effectiveness at Flaxmere College. Jim Hay-Mackenzie, Flaxmere College  Planning PLD  Planning...

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Leadership advisers

Leadership advisers are available to respond to requests from principals for support to resolve a specific need. This support will complement existing principal support services from NZPF, SPANZ, NZEI, PPTA and NZSTA. To be considered for the support of a leadership adviser, please contact the helplines of the above organisations.Principals are encouraged...

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David Stewart memorial scholarship

Applications for the David Stewart Memorial Scholarship are open. Applications close in May 2019. The scholarship awards $20,000 to a single applicant each year. It provides educational leaders with the opportunity for research study that honours the work of Dr David Stewart.It is a joint initiative of the NZ Educational Institute Te Riu...

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Sabbatical reports added January 2019

The sabbatical reports added in December and January were: Secondary and area Senior secondary curricula How schools implement project- or problem-based learning at the senior level. Gael Ashworth, Wellington East Girls' College  Professional isolation Professional isolation and its impact on principals. John Auld, Lawrence Area School  Boys’ success Relational teaching and success for all boys. Susan Hassall, Hamilton...

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Principal job shadow pilot

An opportunity for six principals who are seeking development to select the type of job shadow that would provide the growth they are looking for.Applications are open now and close on 11 March 2019.The job shadow will run through term 3 of 2019.You can apply to: shadow a principal in...

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Top-up LAT grants

The criteria for applications to the Recruitment, Retention and Responsibility (3R) National Fund are now broader.More primary, area and secondary schools can now apply for a financial grant to top-up pay when employing a Limited Authority to Teach (LAT) teacher.LAT teachers supplement the education workforce. They often have industry experience – for...

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