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Monday, May 7

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    Teacher Agency -CatherineToday Andrew Lawrence and Alaric
    Co-construction
    Emily-mei Hemstapat two of a shared understanding of the concept of teacher agency between the ISLs and SMT of the schools in this initiative, building effective working relationships in the process.
    Co-construction of the teacher agency progression matrix with the ISLs, who then distributed and facilitated the collection of data
    our Inschool Leaders from the teachers within the 4 schools in the initiative.
    Analysis of data will occur in week 2 of term 2. Findings therein will guide
    Auckland Normal intermediate hosted our work for term 2 and onwards.
    Learner Agency -Leigh and Mark
    We have aligned our understanding of what learner agency is, and co-constructed a shared definition that schools could use in their individual approaches.
    Collection of baseline data. We created a learner agency questionnaire to be carried out with a sample of students, as well as a teacher survey to use as a self assessment tool. ISLs undertook to complete this by the end of Term 1.
    An action plan will be developed after analysis of the data that has been gathered.
    Writing -Erin and Clara
    Co-construction of 3 major focus areas for PLG’s
    first Maths PLG across all 3 schoolsschool. The
    teachers
    in initiative.
    Pedagogical approaches to writing - informed by recent research & evidence.
    Extending teacher content knowledge
    Where does the student fit in all of this? Evaluating what we do.
    2 Meetings providing professional development for ISL’s.
    Leading Collaborative Learning- focusing on teacher inquiry cycle and developing rich, challenging questions
    Understanding
    the LiteracyPāngarau/Mathematics Professional Learning Progressions- with Jenny Thomson
    Networking meeting organised for early Term 2 involving all teachers in this initiative. Intention is to set up across -school cycles of observation and critical feedback between the teachers.
    Where to next: From Action Plan
    Creation of a survey for students to gather information on their attitudes towards how we teach Writing. What ‘works’ for them? What does not ?
    Using John Hattie’s ‘Top 10 influences on student achievement’ - looking at effect sizes in relation to pedagogical approaches being trialled through PLG/’s.
    Oral Language -Mark and Erin
    Have completed baseline data collection at both schools with a random sample of approximately 50 Year 1 and 2 students.
    Have established hunch and structural timeline of inquiry for 2018. Some key resources have been identified, including people
    Groups from beyond our CoL who we hope to involve in future PD.
    Planned collaboration
    Auckland Normal Intermediate and professional development between CPDS and RPS
    Where
    Newmarket School came together to next:
    Action plan being co-constructed
    Opportunities for networking and collaboration within CoL , and beyond Col - including ECE.
    Wild Card (Working with the Learner) -Lisa and Sue
    EGGS staff have now all joined a cross curricular PLG for 2018 which relates to one or more of the 3 strategic aims for 2018: Curriculum design, Pedagogy for Innovative Learning and Building Relationships and Restorative Practices. Student agency is at the heart of all three strategic aims.
    The PLGs are furthering the cross curricular and collaborative
    make connections between teachers.
    There are 14 ISLs
    and they have each identified how 'Working with the learner' and 'Learner Agency' will be developed within the PLG that they lead.
    Staff are developing their own Action Plans to identify research and strategies needed to enable the above. Staff are at the stage of researching, developing goals and gathering student data, under the supervision of the ISL.
    Cross curricular projects in the junior school are being developed between staff from different learning areas at EGGS this year.
    The two ASLs in the school are coaching the ISLs and periodically meet them all together to
    share findings so they can learn from each other, and report back toconversations over the curriculum group.
    Mathematics/Pāngarau Initiative -Sonya and Sue
    hour.
    The principals involvedsession provided opportunities for teachers in the Mathematics/Pāngarau Initiative initiative agreed that maths was a strength in all threeboth schools and wondered if teachers were catering to the strengths of our learners.
    Historic learning data has been gathered over the past three years and this year student attitude data will be used as a comparison indicator
    get to gauge how successful the initiative is in strengthening teacher pedagogyknow each other and content knowledge when teaching maths in our schools.
    One key carry over from our ACCoS achievement goals is the involvement of our parent community and schools are still working through how this will be part of each school’s action plan.
    Where to next: we wonder how teachers will
    share their thinking around pedagogy as well as share their learning in school, across schools and across Kahui Ako and this will be discussed when all teachers involved in Maths acrossabout mathematics.
    Below are
    the three schools come together to share inquiry goals and to begin across schools collaborations.
    Sarah -Transitioning Early Childhood & New Entrants
    Achievement 1 - we have tapped into a need to create of local forum to rebuild relationships with 30-40 people attending our meetings.
    Achievement 2 - we set 13 goals for 2018 and have achieved four of them so far this year.
    Achievement 3 - we had a successful meeting in February on supporting children with special needs. Guest speaker, Felecia Tomich, shared resources and information on how we can support these children at a ECE/NE level.
    slides from today’s session.

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Thursday, April 19

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    Teacher Agency -Catherine and Alaric
    Co-construction of a shared understanding of the concept of teacher agency between the ISLs and SMT of the schools in this initiative, building effective working relationships in the process.
    Co-construction of the teacher agency progression matrix with the ISLs, who then distributed and facilitated the collection of data from the teachers within the 4 schools in the initiative.
    Analysis of data will occur in week 2 of term 2. Findings therein will guide our work for term 2 and onwards.
    Learner Agency -Leigh and Mark
    We have aligned our understanding of what learner agency is, and co-constructed a shared definition that schools could use in their individual approaches.
    Collection of baseline data. We created a learner agency questionnaire to be carried out with a sample of students, as well as a teacher survey to use as a self assessment tool. ISLs undertook to complete this by the end of Term 1.
    An action plan will be developed after analysis of the data that has been gathered.
    Writing -Erin and Clara
    Co-construction of 3 major focus areas for PLG’s across all 3 schools in initiative.
    Pedagogical approaches to writing - informed by recent research & evidence.
    Extending teacher content knowledge
    Where does the student fit in all of this? Evaluating what we do.
    2 Meetings providing professional development for ISL’s.
    Leading Collaborative Learning- focusing on teacher inquiry cycle and developing rich, challenging questions
    Understanding the Literacy Learning Progressions- with Jenny Thomson
    Networking meeting organised for early Term 2 involving all teachers in this initiative. Intention is to set up across -school cycles of observation and critical feedback between the teachers.
    Where to next: From Action Plan
    Creation of a survey for students to gather information on their attitudes towards how we teach Writing. What ‘works’ for them? What does not ?
    Using John Hattie’s ‘Top 10 influences on student achievement’ - looking at effect sizes in relation to pedagogical approaches being trialled through PLG/’s.
    Oral Language -Mark and Erin
    Have completed baseline data collection at both schools with a random sample of approximately 50 Year 1 and 2 students.
    Have established hunch and structural timeline of inquiry for 2018. Some key resources have been identified, including people from beyond our CoL who we hope to involve in future PD.
    Planned collaboration and professional development between CPDS and RPS
    Where to next:
    Action plan being co-constructed
    Opportunities for networking and collaboration within CoL , and beyond Col - including ECE.
    Wild Card (Working with the Learner) -Lisa and Sue
    EGGS staff have now all joined a cross curricular PLG for 2018 which relates to one or more of the 3 strategic aims for 2018: Curriculum design, Pedagogy for Innovative Learning and Building Relationships and Restorative Practices. Student agency is at the heart of all three strategic aims.
    The PLGs are furthering the cross curricular and collaborative connections between teachers.
    There are 14 ISLs and they have each identified how 'Working with the learner' and 'Learner Agency' will be developed within the PLG that they lead.
    Staff are developing their own Action Plans to identify research and strategies needed to enable the above. Staff are at the stage of researching, developing goals and gathering student data, under the supervision of the ISL.
    Cross curricular projects in the junior school are being developed between staff from different learning areas at EGGS this year.
    The two ASLs in the school are coaching the ISLs and periodically meet them all together to share findings so they can learn from each other, and report back to the curriculum group.
    Mathematics/Pāngarau Initiative -Sonya and Sue
    The principals involved in the Mathematics/Pāngarau Initiative initiative agreed that maths was a strength in all three schools and wondered if teachers were catering to the strengths of our learners.
    Historic learning data has been gathered over the past three years and this year student attitude data will be used as a comparison indicator to gauge how successful the initiative is in strengthening teacher pedagogy and content knowledge when teaching maths in our schools.
    One key carry over from our ACCoS achievement goals is the involvement of our parent community and schools are still working through how this will be part of each school’s action plan.
    Where to next: we wonder how teachers will share their learning in school, across schools and across Kahui Ako and this will be discussed when all teachers involved in Maths across the three schools come together to share inquiry goals and to begin across schools collaborations.
    Sarah -Transitioning Early Childhood & New Entrants
    Achievement 1 - we have tapped into a need to create of local forum to rebuild relationships with 30-40 people attending our meetings.
    Achievement 2 - we set 13 goals for 2018 and have achieved four of them so far this year.
    Achievement 3 - we had a successful meeting in February on supporting children with special needs. Guest speaker, Felecia Tomich, shared resources and information on how we can support these children at a ECE/NE level.

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Wednesday, April 11

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    The Across School Leader leading the initiative is Sonya Van Schaijk from Newmarket School.
    She is supported by Sue Spencer from Epsom Girls School.
    The champion for this initiative is Virginia Kung from Newmarket School.
    The three schools involved in this initiative include Auckland Normal Intermediate, Parnell District School and Newmarket Primary School. Included in this initiative are the following educators from the three schools. Belinda Hitchman, Ainsley Whitfield, Bryce Mills, Andrew Lawrence, Emily Hempstapat, Emma Williams and Masina Gagamoe.
    This initiative caters for approximately 1,450 children and the professional learning involves 77 teachers across the three schools.
    The principals involved in this initiative agreed that maths was a strength in all three schools and wondered if teachers were catering to the strengths of our learners.
    So far historic learning data has been gathered over the past three years and this year we will included student attitude data as a comparison indicator to gauge how successful the initiative is in strengthening teacher pedagogy and content knowledge when teaching maths in our schools.
    Each school has a slightly different way of framing teacher learning but ultimately we are all focussed on teacher learning.
    One key carry over from our ACCoS achievement goals is the involvement of our parent community and schools are still working through how this will be part of each school’s action plan.
    Recent connections have been established between all the in school leaders through regular meetings and our planned next step is to bring all teachers involved in Maths across the three schools together to share inquiry goals and to begin across schools collaborations.
    Where to next: we wonder how teachers will share their learning in school, across schools and across Kahui Ako and this is still to be discussed.

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Monday, May 11

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Wednesday, August 13

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Monday, April 14

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Tuesday, March 18

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Saturday, January 25

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