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NAPP 2013 Mid-Canterbury-Otago-Southland

NAPP 2013 Mid-Canterbury-Otago-Southland

Owner: Robyne Selbie

Group members: 19


Kia ora tatou e huihui nei,

You are a member of NAPP 2013 and a participant in the korero and on-line community for akonga. Please make your contributions and add to the discussions during the year confident that you are in a supportive and welcoming environment.

Read the blog to see information about the PLG day 18 March 2013.

Check out the programme for PLG 2 on 12 August 2013

PLG 3 is planned for 18 November,2013 at Mornington followed by a meal together at a local cafe-to be advised.

The restaurant is booked at Sichuan/88 located in the Mornington shopping centre for a 6.00pm meal.A social occaison for NAPPers 2012-2013.A celebration of work well done.

Coaching seminar with Jan Robertson on Monday 4th at the Mornington Community Centre in Maryhill Terrace at 10.00 am.

I look forward to engaging with you as the year evolves. The  philosophy of NAPP is to prepare you for 21st Century leadership which will build capacity in our schools-leaders who are adaptive,culturally responsive,digitally literate and who honour the Treaty of Waitangi and New Zealands dual cutural heritage in school and in the community.

PLG 3  Inquiry Presentation-

For your information I thought it is timely to remind you of what we epxect you to talk about in terms of your inquiry at the November PLG. Below is a framework for your presentation in November and can help guide your thinking as you progress through the rest of the year.

You are telling your story

The story should capture:

  • the focus of your inquiry.- What were the learning needs? What was the inquiry question?
  • the methods you used to lead others in a cycle of change –What learning experiences did you and your team design and engage in to address your inquiry question?
  • the outcomes achieved so far-How has practice changed as a result of the inquiry? What is the impact of the changed practice for teachers/ school leaders?
  • the intended outcomes for student learning- What is the impact of the changed practice for students?
  • the intended plan for further development for sustainability- What now are the learning needs for students/ teachers and school leaders? 

Jill would like a one page summary of your inquiry emailed to her after the PLG. Your presentation to the PLG should not exceed ten minutes.

Brief description: Home page for primary and secondary akonga in the south of the South Island 2013

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