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Group presentation from the ELF workshop in Rotorua, October 2010

Group presentation from the ELF workshop in Rotorua, October 2010

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  • 1. Quality TeachersA Snail Warrior’s Perspective
  • 2. Quality TeachersA Snail Warrior’s Perspective
    It could be argued that the most important factor determining student success is the quality of their teachers
  • 3. Harakeke – the Health of the System
  • 4. Factors Affecting The Way Teachers See Their Roles
    • The bringing together of theoretical and applied learning
    • 5. The opening up of learning opportunities outside the school gate, especially for senior secondary school students
    • 6. The breaking down of traditional boundaries in tertiary provision
    • 7. A greater emphasis on workplace training
    • 8. Digital technologies taking a key place in learning
    • 9. Move away from ‘credentials’ to valuing the learning
    • 10. Individualised learning
    • 11. National Standards / NCEA
    • 12. Content vs. process
  • Quality TeachersA Snail Warrior’s Perspective
    Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Leadership
    Growth and Learning
    Networking
    Sustainability
  • 13. Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Leadership
    Growth and Learning
    Networking
    Sustainability
    Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Leadership
    Leadership
    ‘Forget the status quo. It has become a ticket to obsolescence. There is no more business as usual’.
    ‘The challenge is clear. For anyone in a profession – but especially all educators – creating a future is the essence of leadership. None of us, nor our organisations, can be frozen in time. Instead, we need to see ourselves as works in progress. Unless we constantly lead the process for shaping a future, someone else will do it for us. The world will not stand still. It’s that simple, and that complex.
    (Gary Marx – Future Focused Leadership)
  • 14. Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Growth and Learning
    Growth and Learning
    Leadership
    Leadership
    Leadership
    Growth and Learning
    Networking
    Sustainability
    Professional On-going Development
    Cumulative
    Contextualised development
    Growing Reflective Critical thinkers that is well lead and facilitated
    Training
    Using young people to design their own future and realities
    Contextualised learning
  • 15. Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Networking
    Growth and Learning
    Networking
    Networking
    Growth and Learning
    Growth and Learning
    Leadership
    Sustainability
    Action Collaboration
    S.O.S. – when the call goes out – who answers it?
    Strategic, well-formed collaborations needed NOW – any volunteers?
    Ensuring that young people have a decision making voice
    More active connecting with
    stakeholders
  • 16. Inter-generational
    Clusters
    Sustainability
    Sustainability
    Networking
    Networking
    Networking
    Sustainability
    Building something to last
    How?
    Leadership
    Growth and Learning
  • 17.
  • 18. He Pātai?Questions & Answers