Our Kāhui Ako WSL Inquiries:
Discover the transformative journeys of our educators in the 2023 Whiria te Tāngata Kāhui Ako Inquiry Showcase.
These videos capture a year of exploration into learner agency and collective teacher efficacy, highlighting unique insights and breakthroughs.
Saysha Mohon, Lauren Ambags & David Brake
Focus: Do our collaborative spaces provide an environment where teachers are responsive and students are connected, actively engaged, and motivated to achieve?
Hare Krishna School
Subhatra Ho & Lavanga-Lata Dasi
Focus: Developing a shared understanding of learner agency at Hare Krishna School.
Hobsonville Point Primary School
Bruce McMillian, Ashleigh Oliver, & Siobhan Wallace
Focus: How can we facilitate professional learning for our staff in literacy to promote a love for reading and writing among our tamariki, ensuring that their voices are actively sought and valued?
Hobsonville Point Secondary School
Raegan O’Malley, Dhiren Lal, Leoni Williams, Aidan Daly & Rāwiri Waters
Focus: Embedding CSP in our kura.
Huapai District School
Jo Redman, Louise Moss, & Stacey Watson
Focus: Workstreams (PLGs)
Gill Robertson, Tjitske Timmermans & Susannah Marshall
Focus: To broaden Collective Teacher Efficacy (knowledge of one another's work and goal consensus) around developing depth of understanding of learner agency across the curriculum through the coaching process.
Matua Ngaru School
Jim Dyer& Anna Harris
Focus: Familiarising ourselves with the Whiria te Tāngata Kāhui Ako.
Scott Point School
Alex Carpenter, Shanley Hunt & Clara Joung
Focus: implement more creativity within the learning spaces while still keeping the integrity of the structured programmes in place.
Parekura Wyatt, Natasha Williams & Hayley Morris
Focus: How might we increase teacher knowledge of learner agency across our kura, to have a positive impact on teacher practice and their student’s learning experiences and dispositions.