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Introduction to Professional Inquiry

Teaching as Inquiry, Professional Inquiry and Action Research describe practices where educators inquire into their practice to improve learning for their ākonga | learners. Why do we inquire into our …

Building relationships with mana whenua

Arguably some of the most important connections for us are those with mana whenua, the local Māori tribe or subtribe that hold the authority over your local area. Building a …

Co-facilitation

Collaboration has become much more common in education in recent years. Co-facilitation is one form of collaboration, which we will explore in this article. What is co-facilitation Innovative Learning Environments …

Different ways to journal

Reflective journals can take many shapes or forms: Choose one or several formats that work for you. Written journals When you mention keeping a journal, many people will think of …

Raranga Matihiko: Design Thinking in action

As we have noted earlier, Inquiry Learning is quite common in classrooms around Aotearoa New Zealand. Some culture and heritage institutions are also utilising inquiry approaches in their programmes. In …

Developing and reviewing your RAM form

Many schools will ask you for your RAM forms when they book a visit. This article will help you develop or review these forms for your context. What is a …