Items tagged with "Professional Learning and Development"

Applying the BES at Papatoetoe Intermediate

Brian Hincho is principal at Papatoetoe Intermediate. At the start of 2010 senior staff at the school began trialling a change in their management structure. The trial was based on the research findings in School Leadership and Student Outcomes: Identifying What Works and Why BES. The key change that they made was to disestablish the roles of the deputy principals, and to create a Leading Learners team. Here Brian tells the story of the thinking behind the change.

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Cunningham Bruce

Leadership for principals and the desire for continuous improvement.

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Kiwi leadership for principals

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Lloyd Tracy

To investigate the impact that Professional Learning Communities have on personalised staff learning and how different schools implement this concept within their school environment.

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Module 2: Teaching effectiveness

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Parsons Thomas

To undertake a comparative study of the UK based aspiring principal training and relate that to the New Zealand example, sharing collegiate knowledge, expertise, and strategies for the support and better retention of first-time principals.

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Professional learning and development planning

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Professional learning: leading culture

This excellent seven-page resource is useful as a discussion document for leadership teams who are inquiring into the structures and approaches they have for teacher professional learning and development.

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School leadership BES - background

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School leadership in Christchurch 2013

In this article Thorrington School principal, Christine Harris, writes about changed social landscape of post-earthquake Christchurch and what this has meant for education. She explores the lasting impacts and the imperative to lead change and solve problems. 

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