Sabbatical reports added in November 2016
12 December 2016
Sabbatical reports added in November: Secondary and areaLearning pathwaysHow school communities are linking with tertiary providers and employers.Mark Bowden, Spotswood College Tongan studentsStrategies for assisting the learning of Tongan students; and BYOD.Peter Ferrar, Cornerstone Christian School Professional learningAligning the professional development programme to community of learning goals.Gary Hunt, Rangitoto College Transition...
e-admin login replaced
09 December 2016
e-admin loginThe e-admin login for the school data portal has been decommissioned.The school data portal is where you send files to the ministry, for example roll return and attendance files.You now use your Education Sector Login (ESL) to access the data portal. You will no longer need your e-admin login details.Accessing ministry...
Sabbatical reports added October 2016
02 November 2016
Sabbatical reports added in October: Secondary and areaProject-based learningA programme or framework for project-based learning (PBL).Heather Aked, Wellington East Girls' College Curriculum designHow schools are tailoring curriculum to meet the needs of students, particularly senior students.Sarah Davis, Timaru Girls' High School Innovative learningWhat is working best in new modern learning environments...
Sabbatical reports added Sep 2016
04 October 2016
Sabbatical reports added in September were: Secondary Making school goals work Bringing the 'achievement of success' goal into the classroom, particularly to enable Māori students to experience success. James Clarke, Rosehill College Learning pathways Career/vocational pathways to enhance students’ future learning and employment prospects. Alistair Cochrane, Waihi College Special character today Modern learning in the Christian...
Sabbatical reports July, August 2016
05 September 2016
Sabbatical reports added in July and August 2016 cover topics such as student leadership, sharing student learning, priority learners, and growth mindset. Student leadershipHow the school can expand leadership opportunities for senior students.Robert Anderson, Wellington College Sharing student learningUsing digital devices to track and share achievement progress for learners.Michael Dowd, St Joseph's...
Sabbatical reports added May–June 2016
05 July 2016
Sabbatical reports added in May–June 2016 look at: 2016 awards: the use of interactive video floor projection – Neil Baker, Northcote School (Christchurch); other schools that have Rumaki classes, local kura kaupapa schools that have year 9–13 classes, and schools that have dual-medium/bilingual classes – Janet Jones, Paeroa Central School; effective practices to successfully...
Sabbatical reports added April 2016
10 May 2016
Sabbatical reports added in April 2016 look at: school improvement through effective school leadership (Grant Burns, Tauraroa Area School) strong school leaders improving outcomes for Māori students (Malcolm Cox, Raglan Area School) identification of and provision for gifted students, with a particular focus on Māori giftedness (Linda Fraser, West Gore School) how we embed well-being...
Sabbatical reports added March 2016
06 April 2016
Sabbatical reports added in March 2016 look at:Primary principals successful digital strategies that low decile schools are using to engage parents and whānau in student learning (David Appleyard, Rata Street School); developing effective programmes and innovative strategies to lift Pasifika students' achievement (Lloyd Bokser, Fenwick School); developing teachers’ confidence in Te Reo Māori so that...
Sabbatical reports added February 2016
02 March 2016
Sabbatical reports added in February 2016 look at: schools in India, and work with a sister school (Stephen Bryan, Sacred Heart College, Napier); enablers and barriers for co-location between a special and regular school (Graeme Daniel, Allenvale Special School and Residential Centre); the way we should be teaching to prepare students to be successful...
Sabbatical reports added January 2016
04 February 2016
Sabbatical reports added in January 2016 look at: understanding of student agency and the implications (Peter Ahern, St Joseph's School, Upper Hutt); strategies and pathways that identify and successfully promote the engagement of gifted and talented students, with an emphasis on Māori students as priority learners (Michael Clarke, West End School, New Plymouth);...