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changing our vision

September 10, 2016
homeward-bound

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Selected reference

Stringer, E.T. (2007). Action research (3rd Edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

engagement must be a high priority

August 20, 2016
Wellness

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Selected reference

Levin, B. (2010). Governments and education reform: some lessons from the last 50 years. Journal of Education Policy, 25(6), 739-747.

Quality teaching – admirable goal

August 6, 2016
Brighton beach3

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Selected reference

Bahr, N. & Mellor, S. (2016). Building quality in teaching and teacher education. Australian Education Review, 61. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Reflecting on experiences

July 31, 2016
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Selected reference

Robertson, J. (2016). Coaching leadership: Building educational leadership capacity through partnership (2nd ed.). Wellington: The New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

Willing to imagine

July 23, 2016
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Selected reference

Robertson, S.L. (2005). Re‐imagining and rescripting the future of education: global knowledge economy discourses and the challenge to education systems. Comparative Education, 41(2), 151-170.

Do even better things

July 16, 2016
Victoria Quay

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Wiliam 4 things

Selected references

Wiliam, D. (2016). Leadership for teacher learning: Creating a culture where all teachers improve so that all students succeed. West Palm Beach, FL: Learning Sciences International.

changing practice

July 9, 2016
Paperbark B&W

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Selected reference

Robertson, J. (2016). Coaching leadership: Building educational leadership capacity through partnership (2nd ed.). Wellington: The New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

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