Sabbatical reports added in January 2017

Sabbatical reports added in January:

Secondary and area

Culture of innovation

How to build effective, innovative, and creative leadership teams.

Christine Allen, Carmel College

Secondary-tertiary interface

Improving pathways to help students gain NCEA level 2 and above.

Graeme Barrett, Hastings Boys' High School

Successful transition to tertiary learning environments, and secondary-tertiary partnerships.

Karen Stewart, Marlborough Girls' College

Digital assessments

Processes and pitfalls to be aware of when transitioning to online assessments.

Theresa Bosch, Baradene College

Transformative leadership

How theory and practice meet in the area of transformative leadership.

Stephen Lewis, Reporoa College

Social-psychological factors

How social-psychological interventions affect achievement outcomes.

John McKinlay, Gore High School

Appraisal

Appraisal models for senior managers in large secondary schools.

Roger Moses, Wellington College

Primary

Student agency

Student agency and factors that influence it.

Phil Bourke, Flemington School (Waipukurau)

School vision

The relevance of the school’s vision and how it is reflected in the school.

Nicholas Brell, Malfroy School

E-learning and engagement

Relationship between e-learning and student ownership of and engagement with learning.

Liz Gunn, Churchill Park School

Positive difference for all learners

Targeted strategies to meet specific learning needs of priority students.

Patricia Inder, St Joseph's School (Queenstown)

Curriculum design

Curriculum design processes and frameworks.

Grieg Mercer, Boulcott School

Multi-dimensional model

Trial of a multi-dimensional model for teaching gifted children.

Mary Miller, Gore Main School

Simplifying the work

Investigate effective strategies for simplifying the work while meeting expected targets.

Debbie Waikato, Lincoln Heights School

Leadership of special schools

Characteristics of effective leadership models in special education internationally and in NZ.

Sally Wilkinson, Blomfield Special School and Resource CT

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