Sabbatical reports added October 2016

Sabbatical reports added in October:

Secondary and area

Project-based learning

A programme or framework for project-based learning (PBL).

Heather Aked, Wellington East Girls' College

Curriculum design

How schools are tailoring curriculum to meet the needs of students, particularly senior students.

Sarah Davis, Timaru Girls' High School

Innovative learning

What is working best in new modern learning environments in NZ and Australia.

John Inger, Morrinsville College

How schools are designing effective teaching and learning environments.

Deidre Shea, Onehunga High School

Leadership and appraisal

How principal leadership can improve school practices.

William Kersten, Rathkeale College

Primary

Innovative learning environments

Modern learning environments and the pedagogy linked to MLEs.

Gail Arnold, Springdale School

Leadership of innovative learning environments – pedagogies and practices.

Judy Nicoll, Makauri School

Engaging community

Impact of relationships with the community on learning outcomes for priority learners.

Jenny Bernard, St Joseph's School (Grey Lynn)

e-learning

Investigate next steps for e-learning and deepen understanding of professional leader role.

Rex Buckley, Kingsford School

Managing ICTs – programme content and curriculum delivery, logistics and systems.

Rhonda Rayner, Cargill Open Plan School

Behaviour education

Strengthening curriculum and culture through behaviour education and self-management.

Brent Caldwell, Mornington School

Oral language

Supporting oral language development for children starting school with oral language deficits.

Tracy Richmond, Omakau School

Traumatised children

Effective strategies to help traumatised and vulnerable students thrive, achieve, and belong.

Debbie Smith, Musselburgh School

Self-regulated learning

Effect of self-regulated learning on student progress and achievement.

Brendan Wright, Hanmer Springs School

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