Mt SPA NLC Report

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Mt SPA NLC Report

  1. 1. MTSPA<br />NLC<br />19-20 September 2011<br />
  2. 2. Leadershipto ensure there is a flow of expertise between schools and that sustainable practices are in place to ensure this continues<br />Monthly Principals’ meetings;<br />TRC – registration and assessment of teachers, Dr. Peter Lind – talk & discussions around teacher training & beginning teachers (including Principals from Tasmania);<br />Patsy Inda – Massey – formative assessment in action – discussions;<br />Tim Whyte – AP/DP training;<br />Continuation of work with John McLellan – Thirsty Thursdays, Mentor Principals.<br />
  3. 3. Maori Successall educators use pedagogies that are known to be highly effective for Maori learners<br />Use inter-cluster expertise and our attached Maori advisor to explore and implement the use of pedagogies that meet the needs of our Maori students and thereby all students<br />Term 4 Principals’ meeting, meeting with MoE for discussions on KaHikitia document – MGF Rubric;<br />Working with local Kura in the cluster.<br />
  4. 4. NZC Objective 1strengthen teachers Literacy, Numeracy & assessment PCK and PLO across the curriculum<br />Twice a term cross-school all staff inclusive PD sessions bringing in outside expertise<br />Thirsty Thursdays<br />Dyslexia<br />ICT – Numeracy/Literacy<br />Interactive Inquiry Learning<br />Multi-topic Workshops<br />Bruce Hammonds<br />Multiple barriers to learning<br />Teachers comments<br />
  5. 5. NZC Objective 2Technical and technological development – elearning capacity, smarter tools and enhanced networking<br />To continue and grow a 2009-2010 initiative cluster wide based around audio/video teaching of languages.<br />Virtual Learning NetworkStudents Share their Experiences<br />Parents comment<br />Research Case Study – LCO Handbook<br />VLN Primary<br />
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