Establishing the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders

Establishing and communicating explicit expectations for the roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders in a school community is essential. Leadership teams should work with their school communities to clearly identify their roles and responsibilities.

These are likely to look  different in different schools. The table below has been borrowed and adapted from the US-based Instructional partners, and offers an initial starting point for schools undertaking this work.


Dr Nina Hood

Nina is responsible for the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of The Education Hub. She is a trained secondary school teacher, and taught at Epsom Girls Grammar and Mt Roskill Grammar in Auckland. She undertook an MSc (with distinction) in learning and technology, and a DPhil in Education at the University of Oxford. Since returning to New Zealand in mid-2015, Nina has been employed as a lecturer at the Faculty of Education at the University of Auckland, where she specialises in new technologies in education.