Sabbatical reports added Oct 2019

Sabbatical reports published in October were: 

Secondary and area 

Curriculum design 

Designing pedagogy and curriculum for an ever-changing future. 

Catherine Gunn, Sacred Heart Girls' College (Ham) 

Leadership learning 

Reflections from attending the course Leadership: An evolving vision.  

Steve Hall, Wakatipu High School  

Partnerships for learning

Strategies to engage parents and families in their child's education. 

Myles Hogarty, De La Salle College 

Student agency 

Successful strategies for enhancing agentic learning. 

Paul Olsen, St Kevins College (Oamaru) 

Kāhui ako 

Experiences of five kāhui ako. 

Tom Vanderlaan, Waiuku College 

Kāhui ako and other models of professional learning communities. 

Tony Shaw, Catholic Cathedral College 

Resiliency in learning 

How to build resilience in learning and develop a growth mindset in learners. 

Tracy Walker, Waitaki Girls' High School 

 

Primary 

Relational leadership 

Moving to a more life-giving, culturally responsive leadership style. 

Helena Baker, Takaro School 

Relationships for learning 

Keeping deep, quality relationships at the core of mathematics. 

Paul Barker, Kaeo School 

Tuakana-teina concepts, reciprocal and peer learning strategies. 

Jade Tawhiti, Patumahoe Primary School 

Coaching leadership 

Implementing and resourcing coaching and mentoring in a school. 

Toni Burnside, Banks Avenue School 

Partnerships for learning 

Strategies for building strong partnerships with parents and caregivers. 

Lisa Cavanagh, Silverstream School 

Kāhui ako 

Governance models used in kāhui ako. 

Brendon Henderson, Tawa Intermediate  

Collaboration, leadership and learning in kāhui ako. 

Bruce Cunningham, Belmont Primary School 

Structured literacy 

Literacy approach for students with specific learning disorders.  

Jo McKay, Holy Family School (Wanaka) 

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