Items tagged with "Student engagement"

Bullôt Carmel

To investigate how student led conferences support and enhance student achievement, student engagement, and parental/whānau engagement in student learning.

Tags: Student engagement

Carter Kevin

To investigate initiatives introduced into local schools have made on engagement, motivation and achievement. To increase leadership capability.

Tags: Student engagement

Clarke Michael

To identify strategies and pathways that identify and successfully promote the engagement of gifted and talented students with a particular emphasis on Māori students as priority learners.

Tags: Leadership and special education, Maori student achievement, Student engagement

Coleman Therese

To investigate the use of e-portfolios as a means of recording and reporting on student achievement in primary school settings. To investigate how student engagement in learning and plain language reporting to parents is enhanced by e-portfolios.

Tags: Student engagement

Conroy Peter

To improve engagement, inclusion and achievement of Māori pupils at Papatoetoe North.

Tags: Māori student achievement, Student engagement

Engagement through e-learning

Experienced principal Rory O’Rourke talks about the decisions Kaitao Intermediate School staff made in 2012 around moving to an academy structure and to e-learning using one-to-one computing.

Tags: Leadership and ICT, Student engagement

Fahey Dennis

Study in depth the best means of developing student self-management at Marcellin College so students leave the College as independent and self-motivated learners who are capable of building upon this beyond school.

Tags: Student engagement

Fouhy Kieran

Investigate how to raise achievement levels for all students, by increasing teacher, student and family engagement.

Tags: Student engagement

Goodall Callan

Research current literature and visit other primary schools to investigate the direct impact of student engagement on achievement.

Tags: Student engagement

Healey Mary

Engaging the challenging, disengaged and underachieving students.

Tags: Priority learners, Student engagement

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