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  • Kaiarahi Hui at Waiheki

    Kaiarahi  from all parts of New Zealand gathered at Waihiki Island on the Piratahi...tion. Our exploration of issues relevant to Maori whanau on Waihike Island was lead by...mpleted her research into the aspirations of Maori whanau on t...


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  • Phase 2: Scoping

      Once there is a commitment to proceed, and a level of ‘buy-in’ reached among potential stakeho...ime and wasted effort in establishing a new LCO. The perspectives of parents/whanau and...

  • Phase 4: Implementation

      If the planning phase has been completed successfully the implementation phase should proceed with relativ...nt issues and concerns before they become problematic. Feedback from parents/whanau and...

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  • Teaching as Inquiry - Using E-pals to Improve Student Achievement in Written Language. Reflective Summary - St Andrews School

    School Type St Andrews is a rural school, of approximately 108 students, situated 10 minutes south of Timaru. There are 5 multi-levelled classrooms from New Entrant to Year Eight. Cluster We are part of the Aoraki Rural Cluster which includes 10 other schools from South Canterbury. We are fini...

    Tags: Aoraki Rural Cluster, reflective summary, e-mailing, Year 3-4, Karen Porritt, St Andrews school, Family and Whanau involvement, E-Pals

  • Kai-oro-hoki 10-0239 MS4 Summary

    Goal 5 Increase school community understanding of educational importance of e-learning Year level Years 0 - 8 Cluster type Primary ICT PD Context Following on from our student led conference at the end of Term 2, schools were keen to encourage community involvement, by way of offering onli...

    Tags: reflective summary, vln_primary, teaching as inquiry, inquiry processes, teaching as inquiry, community, Family and Whanau involvement,

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