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Teacher Inquiry @ WS

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Outlining what our journey will look like next year.

Outlining what our journey will look like next year.

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    Teacher Inquiry @ WS Teacher Inquiry @ WS Presentation Transcript

    • Teacher Inquiry - @ Whakarongo
      • Monday 9 November 2009
      • Whakarongo School
    • Teacher Inquiry - Change to Appraisal System http://www.flickr.com/photos/supersonicbetty/2305187093/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/flightlessxbird365/3740808686/
    • Teacher Inquiry - What will be our focus?
      • Numeracy
          • Maintain the momentum from this year, whilst learning the TI process
    • Teacher Inquiry - Assessment Impact
        • Data underpinning decisions made - needs to be clear - allows for good decision making
        • Maths PAT will be outsourced for marking - teachers expertise will be spent analysing and understanding data
    • Teacher Inquiry - Target Groups
        • Cusp students - Groups of 6-7 students
        • Years 4-8: Stanine 4 (maybe 3)
        • Years 1-3: Stage below expected level
      • Use professional judgement
    • Teacher Inquiry - Recording
        • Merge elements of ICT - Wiki?
          • Discussion Pages within the Wiki
          • Gives our work a greater audience - contribution
          • Whakarongo - moving towards a Learning Community
    • Teacher Inquiry - PLC
        • Based on ‘new’ teams
        • In conjunction with Professional Reading Programme
        • Response Forms, Discussion, Debate, Verbalise our teaching and learning beliefs
        • Gives an element of rigour to the process - Professional Learning Community
    • Teacher Inquiry - Support
        • Carol for TI process, PLC support
        • Anna & Stefan for Numeracy expertise
        • Richard leading TI @ WS
        • Staff
    • Conclusion - 5 Things to Remember
    • Five Things To Remember!
        • Elements of Change - Our Teaching, Our Learning, Improved Appraisal process, Meaningful and lasting change
        • PD based on Students Learning
        • Team Approach to TI
        • Exciting opportunity to merge research with professional practice
        • Another step towards “The Inquiring School”