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Digital resource: Collaborative teaching and learning for ākonga and kaiako

Are you working more closely with your colleagues during and post COVID-19? Have you found yourself taking feedback during this time and planning for improved practice going forward? Then you might be interested in collaborative teaching and learning practices for both ākonga (students) and kaiako (teachers).











This pick-up-and-go teacher resource showcases the benefits of collaborative practice, the role of technology in collaborative inquiry, strategies for developing capabilities for collaborative inquiry and examples of effective practice. This teaching resource links to; assessment for learning, innovative classrooms, learner agency, e-Learning Planning Framework. 

Is this resource something you can use with your colleagues in your school or kura? Tell us what you think?

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