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    • Anne Kenneally

      Anne Kenneally

      • Taieri, Otepoti - Otago
      • Rick

        Rick

        • Matata. Bay of Plenty
        • Katrina Laurie

          Benefits of a mini Teacher Inquiry? in the group Collaboration and professional learning

          Recently I have come across many schools referring to their Teaching as Inquiry (TAI) as mini inquiries. When asked about why they are encouraging this process the response is around increasing accountability and to see quicker changes in practice. This has led to me thinking about the Spirals...

          Tags: Teaching as Inquiry, Professional Learning, collaborative practice

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          • Renee Raroa

            Renee Raroa

            • Gisborne
            Facilitator & CLA
            • Rebbecca Sweeney

              Rebbecca Sweeney

              • Ōtautahi, Christchurch, Aotearoa, New Zealand
              For the past three and a half years Rebbecca has been part of CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau. She facilitates and mentors groups and individuals in clusters or networks, schools and early childhood services. She works with practitioners in their own contexts to set and achieve their aspirations.
              • Ruthanne Kennedy
                • Nikki Grazier

                  Nikki Grazier

                  • Auckland
                  Curriculum Champion - Te Whāriki
                  • Nikki Grazier

                    Nikki Grazier

                    • Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland.
                    Early Years Facilitator
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