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  • 1. By Joy Pratt
  • 2. MY IDEAL CLASSROOM
  • 3. How can I achieve this?
  • 4. Through providing a way for information to become meaningful and relevant to the students. (Slavin, 2009).
  • 5. Relationship building (with students, whanau, and the wider community). (Hill & Hawk, 1998).
  • 6. Key teacher qualities that aid student achievement (Hill & Hawk, 1998).
  • 7. Reflect Stay humble Keep learning Don’t get complacent
  • 8. References: Hill, J., & Hawk, K. (1998). Aiming for Student Achievement: How teachers can understand and better meet the needs of Pacific Island and Maori students? SET: Research information for teachers 2.Item 4. Retrieved from NZCER Journals Online. Slavin, R. (2009). Student-centred and constructivist approaches to instruction. Educational psychology: Theory and practice (9th ed., pp. 228-259). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. ISBN 978020516121.