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  1. 1. Effective Collaboration for Change in Education Rebbecca Sweeney (M.Ed), 2015
  2. 2. image credit: Mark Osborne
  3. 3. We need... brains that move quickly and fluidly creativity confidence connectedness process driven, not output driven risk takers mistake makers collective mental models growers explorers innovators inquirers
  4. 4. Future focused education; design thinking; co-teaching or MLP; MLE; learner & whānau agency!!!! http://www.core-ed.org/thought- leadership/ten-trends/ten-trends- 2015/networked-organisations
  5. 5. “Spirals of Inquiry for Equity and Quality” by J. Halbert & L. Kaser Spiral of Inquiry
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