The Benefits of a Mini Teacher Inquiry
Blog Post by Tamara Yuill Proctor
Improving Teacher Practice Through Inquiry
Blog post by Hilary Kingston
NZCER Games for Learning Conference: Gamification of a Junior Curriculum
A very interesting break-out at the NZCER conference was presented by Brad and Hamish from, St Thomas of Canterbury College, Christchurch, NZ.
NZCER Games for Learning Conference: Keynotes
Chances are you have used games as part of your teaching and learning programs to try and engage students.
The Intent of Science in NZC
Being part of the Kaha Education team has meant an invigorating and exciting start to the year! Our rich and diverse experiences enable us to work collaboratively to plan and...
Tackling Cultural Responsiveness
The Ministry’s new approach to funding PLD encourages schools to identify the root causes that are contributing to underachievement and tackle those disparities through interventions based on teacher inquiry.
Introducing Darlene Te Karu
After a one year secondment with Ihi Research & Development the decision to stay permanently was, shall we say, "a no brainer".
Introducing Tamara Yuill Proctor
I am thoroughly enjoying my new position with Kaha Education and visiting a variety of schools. Currently I'm studying for my Educational Doctorate (EdD).
Accessing PLD in 2017 - We're here to help.
A move by the Ministry of Education to a more innovative and contestable approach means that schools have more control than ever over the professional development that they provide for...