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What teachers should know about knowledge and learning

Key ideas from the cognitive science literature for teachers at the start of a new school year.

What teachers should know about knowledge and learning

Key ideas from the cognitive science literature for teachers at the start of a new school year.

Mana-inspired leadership for bicultural teaching and learning in ECE

Key insights from ECE leader Deanna Niha on bicultural practice and leadership

The role of social connection, self-regulation and motivation in student achievement and wellbeing

Key insights from Claire Chuter on how to support and promote students’ social emotional learning.

Integrating Te Tiriti o Waitangi with the superdiversity of ECE in Aotearoa New Zealand

Key insights from the webinar with Jenny Ritchie and Angel Chan on supporting and working with families from a range of cultural backgrounds in ECE settings.

Key insights on homework from Cathy Vatterott

Useful guidelines on whether or not to set homework, how much to set, and how to design high quality homework tasks.

Problems of practice: The teaching and learning priorities of New Zealand school teachers

Summary of Education Hub research on what New Zealand teachers consider to be their greatest teaching and learning challenges.

The unanswered questions of educational research

Exploring John Hattie's agenda for education research in New Zealand from 2002.

Being open to the possibility of different approaches in education

Why education requires nuance and an openness to the possibility that there is not just one way of doing things.

Intentional teaching using the practice of sustained shared thinking

Key insights from the webinar with Associate Professor Sue Cherrington and Dr Tara McLaughlin

Supporting the social emotional competence of infants and toddlers

Key insights from the webinar with Karyn Aspden and Linda Clarke on how ECE teachers can build children’s social and emotional competence.

What actually is happening in New Zealand schools?

Exploring whether there's enough empirical evidence demonstrating how New Zealand schools currently are implementing the Curriculum.

Reflections on New Zealand’s Education Delusion

Exploring the key ideas in the recent New Zealand Initiative report on New Zealand's schooling system.

Key insights on strategic leadership from Linda Bendikson

The highlights from Linda Bendikson’s webinar on leading strategically in educational settings.

Reducing change to increase improvement

The key insights from our webinar with Viviane Robinson on leadership for improvement.

Insight: How ECE teachers can help parents through the transition to school

Key ideas for supporting parents and children through the transition to school.

Key ideas for designing play spaces for children using contemporary art

Ideas from Dr. Louisa Penfold's webinar about how teachers can plan a material-based play space and scaffold children’s creative learning.

Teaching to the North-East

Exploring the key ideas from Russell Bishop's book 'Teaching to the North-East'.

The importance of an ECE centre’s philosophy

Nikki Gardyne from Oma Rāpeti Early Learning Centre shares their centre’s philosophy and what it means for children and their families.

Insight: How primary schools can help parents through the transition to school

Key ideas for supporting parents and children through the transition to school.

Key principles from Harry Fletcher-Wood on motivation

Three key principles for supporting student motivation when they are learning remotely or working independently.

Seven characteristics of engaged students

Martyn Davison of Pakuranga College shares key principles for understanding what engaged students look like and do in the classroom.

The role of research in professional learning – the Art and Science of Learning podcast

Nina discusses the importance and challenges of research informing professional development in schools.

Why is literacy important?

Exploring the importance of literacy at school and in life beyond school.

Berry’s level 3 lockdown #3

A story to help children to understand the current lockdown situation

A brief overview of how to improve children’s social and emotional learning in your setting

The key ideas from our webinar with Dr Tara McLaughlin and Karen MacKay on social-emotional learning

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Problems of practice: The teaching and learning priorities of New Zealand early childhood teachers

ECE teachers' perspectives on the greatest teaching and learning challenges they face.

Problems of practice: The teaching and learning priorities of New Zealand school teachers

Summary of Education Hub research on what New Zealand teachers consider to be their greatest teaching and learning challenges.

Learning from Lockdown

The Education Hub’s exclusive research uncovers the experiences of teachers, students and parents while learning at home during school closures.

Learning from lockdown: Trying to understand the variations in student engagement

Exploring the factors that contributed to varying engagement levels among school students during lockdown.

On Knowledge; Towards understandings of the place(s), space(s) and role(s) of knowledge in and for education

A response to the somewhat contested place knowledge currently holds in schools and education. It explores the various conceptualisations and roles of knowledge in education through eight chapters by guest contributors.

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