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If you have always done what you have always done …… a question of pedagogy

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 “If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done, You’ll Always Get What You’ve Always Got.” ~ Henry Ford.   Effective pedagogy- I know, that dreaded word! However, when was the last time you as a teacher or facilitator explained your pedagogical […]

Curriculum Design Thinking … I Have Been Thinking – Cheryl Pym

What I’ve been reading and thinking about as I read  “Lifelong Kindergarten: Cultivating Creativity through projects, passion, peers and play”. Mitchel Resnick (2017) The MIT Press Reading both for pleasure and for learning has always been one of my values, […]

De-streaming mathematics at St John’s Girls’ School, Invercargill – Averill Lee

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In the depths of Southland, a perceived traditional school took a leap into current research-based practice with their teaching and learning pedagogy, and they’re not looking back. Established by the Anglican Church in 1917, St John’s Girls’ School is an […]

Riding the Educational Seas of Change – Hamish McDonald

Auē! I find it hard to recall a time, in my nearly thirty years as an educator in Aotearoa, when the educational landscape has been so busy and packed with as many changes to our education system. I feel like […]