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Sabbatical reports added September 2018

Sabbatical reports added in September were: Secondary and area Learning relationships How area school students and key teachers regard relationships of learning. Jason Fellingham, Taihape Area School  Professional development Planning tips for attending a Harvard Graduate School of Education course. Bruce Kearney, Kaiapoi High School Primary Pacific education Visit schools in Tonga and Samoa to investigate children's learning. Paul Coakley,...

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Sabbatical reports added August 2018

Sabbatical reports published in July and August 2018 were: Secondary and area Affiliate schools Assisting affiliate De la Salle schools in Pakistan with professional growth. Martin Chamberlain, Francis Douglas Memorial College  Curriculum approaches Curriculum and pedagogy for improving achievement. Scott Haines, Waimea College Approaches to curriculum and timetable structures. Peter Turnbull, Central Southland College  Achievement of boys How to...

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Leadership strategy and framework

The Education Council has released the final version of The Leadership Strategy for the teaching profession of Aotearoa New Zealand and an Educational Leadership Capability Framework.The leadership strategy aims to make leadership development accessible to every teacher across English and Māori medium settings, in both positional and non-positional roles.The capability framework provides...

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Sabbatical reports added June 2018

Sabbatical reports published in June were: Secondary and area Lifelong learners How schools are developing students to be self-managing and lifelong learners. Gregory Fenton, Havelock North High School  Innovative teaching practice Develop a model of innovative teaching practice for a year 7–13 school. Paul McGuinness, Campion College  Primary Cultural competencies Deliberate acts of tātaiako: ways to develop cultural...

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Sabbatical reports added May 2018

Sabbatical reports added in May were:Secondary and areaEducationally powerful relationships Engage with parents, families and whānau to improve student achievement. Vicki Barrie, Northcote College  Student progress Find out whether individual students are making a year's worth of progress. Yvonne Browning, Southland Girls' High School  Kāhui Ako Investigate CoL| Kāhui Ako and other learning-focused collaborative ventures. Andy...

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The future of NCEA - join the conversation

NCEA Have your say

Education should give every New Zealander the freedom and opportunity to be the best they can be.The National Certificates of Educational Achievement (NCEA) were introduced into secondary schools over 15 years ago. They are widely respected qualifications in New Zealand and internationally.This year, as part of the Education Conversation or...

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2019 TeachNZ study awards open

Applications for TeachNZ study and sabbatical awards for 2019 for primary principals and teachers are open. They will close on 2 July 2018.Applications closed on 5 June 2018 for: secondary school principals, senior secondary managers and teachers area principals and teachers.

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Teaching and school practices

National picture from 2017NZCER has analysed last year's responses to the Teaching and School Practices survey to produce a national picture of teaching and school practices and principal leadership in English-medium schools.In 2017, the first year of the survey, 4,355 teachers and 353 principals from 403 schools took part.The reports...

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Sabbatical reports added April 2018

Sabbatical reports added in April 2018 were: Secondary and area Curriculum development How schools are developing curriculum and culturally responsive pedagogies. Robyn Chester, Tawa College  Modern learning environments The changes in pedagogy needed for modern learning environments. Carol Coddington, St Dominic's Catholic College (Henderson)  Models of staffing Staffing in area schools to best meet learning programmes. Donna Donnelly,...

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Site changes

We've been doing a bit of work to the Educational Leaders website over recent months. New section: Leading learningThis section features a new New Zealand resource, Spiral of inquiry: Leaders leading learning. It also contains two supporting collections of existing content: Collaborative cultures; and Professional Learning.You can find the section in the...

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