Sabbatical reports added Sep 2016

Sabbatical reports added in September were: 


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 context. 

Eoin Crosbie, Bethlehem College 

Enhancing Catholic special character and charisma. 

Richard Stanton, Pompallier Catholic College 

Success for priority learners 

Strategies for success for priority learners and an effective change management model. 

Stephen Hensman, Taradale High School 

Building Learning Power 

Guy Claxton's concept of Building Learning Power and the Studio Schools model. 

Michael Williams, Pakuranga College 


Personalised learning 

Pedagogy and practice of independent learning using differentiated learning. 

Lynette Bruce, Knapdale School 

Supporting effective personalised learning in flexible learning spaces and single cell classrooms. 

Linette Dixon, Hokowhitu School 

Children’s play 

How we let children play and the effect on playground behaviour and child wellbeing. 

Wayne Leighton, Royal Road School 

Self-organised learning environments (SOLE) 

Understand the "School in the Cloud" and collaborative approaches of SOLE classrooms. 

Katherine Moy-Low, Waiheke Primary School 

Schooling choices 

Ways to sustain and improve rural school rolls with an emphasis on community engagement. 

Glen Richardson, Waituna West School 

What influences parents/carers to make schooling choices for year 7 and 8 students. 

Carolyn Smith, Pukenui School (Kaitaia) 

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