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Advice for teachers wanting to engage with teaching as inquiry by Professor Graeme Aitken

Professor Graeme Aitken, one of the people behind the teaching as inquiry model in the New Zealand Curriculum, shares some advice for teachers engaging in Teaching as Inquiry.

8 tips for using data and evidence in schools by Dr Aaron Wilson

Dr Aaron Wilson shares some key principles for using data to inform teaching and learning.

How to undertake Teaching as Inquiry

A step-by-step guide to undertaking Teaching as Inquiry.

Where to start when approaching education reform

What needs to be considered when approaching education reform.

The power of student mindsets and direct instruction and why neither is uniformly informing...

Exploring the reasons for the disconnect between research and practice in New Zealand education

Musings on the role of adults, instructional leadership, content and struggle in our schools

Reflections on key messages from Eva Moskovitz's autobiography and their applicability to the NZ context

Creating, using and disseminating quality teaching materials in schools

The possibilities and challenges facing the development and implementation of teaching resources in schools

Organising for the future; New roles for educators and new structures in schools

How might we redesign the job of teaching and the structure of schools to better support effective teaching and learning?
Maury Leyland

Rethinking how we approach evidence in education

What could education learn from other sectors about how to make best use of evidence

Roaming teachers mean business; Teachers mentoring teachers

How the Young Enterprise Scheme developed an initiative to support instructional coaching for teachers by teachers
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