Whakatu Schools’
eLearning Cluster
    Facilitation Model
Vision

• To build a strong network of educational
  leaders to facilitate projects within our
  cluster, build capacity a...
The ‘Trident’ Approach

        Collaborative



      Mentor    Learning
None of us is a smart as all of
  us... (Sir Ken Robinson)


                       Collaborative



•   For this reason y...
We all rely on each other for
the success of our endeavours


                          Mentor



•   You can work with a ...
‘He/She who dares to teach,
     must never cease to
learn’ (Richard Henry Dann).

                          Learning




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  • Facilitation Plan

    1. 1. Whakatu Schools’ eLearning Cluster Facilitation Model
    2. 2. Vision • To build a strong network of educational leaders to facilitate projects within our cluster, build capacity among our teachers and lead our cluster beyond 2011.
    3. 3. The ‘Trident’ Approach Collaborative Mentor Learning
    4. 4. None of us is a smart as all of us... (Sir Ken Robinson) Collaborative • For this reason you will facilitate in groups and arrange your own ways of communicating and sharing your learning, understanding and building your project to support the learning of the rest of us.
    5. 5. We all rely on each other for the success of our endeavours Mentor • You can work with a principal in our cluster to support your collaborative learning or point you in the direction of the literature or people who have rich understanding in this field. The principal is the one who can support your developing pedagogies.
    6. 6. ‘He/She who dares to teach, must never cease to learn’ (Richard Henry Dann). Learning • This means that you are expected to be a lead learner and model the growth in learning that we are expecting from our teachers. Your learning in this time is facilitated largely by you, through your learning conversations.

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