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 professional learning to become a more culturally responsive school.  

Pam Redpath, Wairarapa College

Primary

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) 

Investigate the NPDL model of development of future-focused curriculum. 

Margaret Aikman, Takanini School 

International systems 

How high performing education systems improve outcomes for learners. 

John Armstrong, Henley School (Nelson) 

Leadership coaching 

How leadership coaching can develop team leadership. 

Dorothy Bigwood, Cockle Bay School 

Kāhui ako leadership

Impact of kāhui ako leadership on the capability of the leader and of others. 

Carmel Hoetawa, Mountview School

Play-based learning 

Play-based learning approaches for new entrant students. 

Nik House, Welcome Bay School 

Learner agency

Understand and observe learner agency in schools. 

Gloria Penrice, Taieri Beach School 

Student-led reporting 

Models of student-led reporting in collaborative environments. 

Suzanne Su'a, Trentham School 

Educationally powerful relationships 

How to develop educationally powerful connections with parents and whānau. 

Maurice Young, Marina View School 

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