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  • Claire Amos

    I am married and have two young daughters. I am a Deputy Principal at Hobsonville Point Secondary School. In 2011-2012 I was the Director of e-learning at Epsom Girls Grammar School. I was also the facilitator of the ICTs in English community on English Online. In 2010 I (briefly) held the posi...

    Skills: education, e-learning, teaching as inquiry, public speaking, professional development

  • e-Learning as inquiry | An Enabling e-Learning event

    Tags: e-learning, teaching as inquiry

  • Join the 30 Day Leadership challenge

    Kia ora tatou katoa, Many of us are reflecting on our professional practice through a process of inquiry. Some clusters have captured these stories of 'teacher as inquirer' using e-learning tools and presented these as a reflective summary. For example, iTeam's Teacher Action Inquiry @ Taur...

    Tags: leadership, professional practice, reflective practice, teaching as inquiry, e-learning

  • Teaching as Inquiry - Reflection

    Focus for Learning I work in the MacLean Centre a unit for ORRS funded special needs students. We have 53 students and I am responsible for the transition of the students who are leaving school at the end of the year from school; "on the road to an ordinary life". I have a class of 9 studen...

    Tags: teaching as inquiry

  • VPLD/FFI Hui 2014

    VPLD/FFI Hui 2014

    What and where is the hui? The hui will be in Auckland at the Holiday Inn, airport on May 29 and 30. This is a 2 day hui for all VPLD and Future Focus Inquiry participants who are working with mentors within the Ministry of Education's Learning with Digital Technologies programmes (under the aus...

    Tags: ICT, professional learning, digital technologies, culturally responsive practice, MLE, MLP, teaching as inquiry, networking, collaboration, future focus inquiry, digital citizenship, pecha kucha

  • What's the buzz? Teaching as Inquiry!

    Teaching as Inquiry. It's mentioned in The New Zealand Curriculum (pages 34–35) and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (pages 13–16), where research has shown a, “consistently positive impact on student learning.” http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-sto...

    Tags: teaching as inquiry, research, teacher, professional learning, raising achievement

  • Marama Crosby

    I have recently moved to a position in the MOE after many years as a classroom teacher. I am currently working as a School Wide Practitioner - primarily working with sector coaches and in schools.

    Tags: PB4L, restorative practice, teaching as inquiry, modern learning environments, e-learning

  • Mike deJoux

    Mike teaches a Year 6/7/8 class. They are independently using ICT in many different ways, in many curriculum areas.

    Tags: Year 6/7/8, St Andrews School, Mike deJoux, Teaching as Inquiry

  • Teaching as Inquiry & iPad workshop

    This is the powerpoint used on the 1st July to outline ideas behind Teaching as Inquiry and using iPads

    Tags: Teaching as Inquiry, iPads

  • Teaching as Inquiry PPT

    As I have mentioned to you in an email, I am uploading a new Teaching as Inquiry ppt. that the Central North team developed collaboratively.  In it there are some suggestions for framing up inquiry questions, that you may find useful.

    Tags: Teaching as Inquiry, Inquiry questions