Community Networking includes supporting Teacher Led Innovation Projects, Professional Inquiries and Communities of Practice
Dr. Jude MacArthur and Dr Alison Kearney
The project will involve teachers and principals from five schools working together to form a community of practice that focuses on inclusive school development.
Mandia Mentis, Alison Kearney, Renate Smith
The Equity Through Education Symposium was held at Massey University on the 15th February.... Click on the link to see the days programme.
Associate Professor Mandia Mentis
Kia piki te korero aims to raise student achievement by increasing teacher awareness of their classroom talk and how it makes a difference for learning and consequent achievement.
Dr Maggie Hartnett
This project is focused on explicitly identifying, further developing and evaluating the actions of teachers that result in students developing and employing ‘agency’ either individually or as a group.
Assoc Prof Tracy Riley(also working with Dr Melinda Webber, University of Auckland)
This TLIF aims to increase Māori and Pasifika gifted and talented secondary school boys’ achievement and participation in learning through the use of the Real Engagement in Active Problem Solving (REAPS) model, developed by Prof June Maker and colleagues from the University of Arizona (USA).