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All blog posts tagged "effective pedagogy"

This blog contains many ideas and resources for talking about the curriculum in your school. Click on the find more link to see the full blog posts.

Professor Christine Rubie-Davies

Raising the bar with flexible grouping

12/09/17

Professor Christine Rubie-Davies, a leading researcher in the field of teacher expectations, is based at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work. In this blog Christine challenges the practice of grouping students by ability, arguing that it constrains learning. Instead Christine recommends that teachers use flexible forms of grouping to ensure that all students are challenged and engaged.  

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effective pedagogy
high expectations
Teacher with students

Putting student relationships first

02/02/17

This blog examines the importance of the student/teacher relationship and offers ideas on how you can grow stronger ties with your students.

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effective pedagogy
Teacher with students

Putting student relationships first

02/02/17

This blog examines the importance of the student/teacher relationship and offers ideas on how you can grow stronger ties with your students.

Tags:
effective pedagogy

Teaching as inquiry – FAQs

22/01/16

This blog post takes a closer look at teaching as inquiry, answering five commonly asked questions. It offers stories and resources to support and inspire teachers and school leaders to investigate their practice and make a difference for all students.

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assessment
effective pedagogy
Ka Hikitia cover page.

One more look at Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013–2017

07/05/14

This third and final blog post is an interview with Wharehoka Wano, Kaihautū Māori at CORE, who shares his views about the strategy and offers practical advice.

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effective pedagogy
ka hikitia
māori achievement

Teaching as inquiry

02/07/12

Resources to support understanding and exploration of teaching as inquiry.

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effective pedagogy
teaching as inquiry
Working with the big screen.

Learning spaces and effective pedagogy: What does our space 'say'?

24/11/10

This document supports school leaders facilitate dialogue on the design of their schools’ learning space, both physical and virtual.
Through engagement in this process, groups reflect on effective pedagogy: How does ‘our space’ support teacher actions that promote student learning?

Word icon. Learning spaces and effective pedagogy (Word, 60 KB)

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curriculum design and review
effective pedagogy