Sunday, 12 March 2017
For my Inquiry this year (2017) I will work on developing strategies to empower my year 7 & 8 students to act on their learning.
My question is:How will my practise develop /enhance student agency - giving them power to act on their learning to raise their achievement/at NS..
Thursday, 1 September 2016
Tipping tradition on its head - From a conversation with the group of mothers at the Ako Fakataha, it brought to light that what we are doing is tipping the tradition on its head. This means that through the Aka Fakataha, there is a shift in the mindset of these mothers. The kids have a voice and they are heard and not just seen.
Thanks to Sharon Middleton who ignite this conversation and lit the fire. Greater movement started with less. Ako Fakataha started from the garage and we are confident it will grow.
Sunday, 7 August 2016
It is always refreshing to attend the Maniakalani PLG and never come back empty handed. SHARING FOR LEARNING was capturing for me. Sharing has to begin with me.
How transparent am I as a teacher and a learner?
We explored how to create an inforgarphic to share our learning and our students learning in a creative way.
I created this inforgraphic to show SPX Blog Viewers.
Saturday, 6 August 2016
The launch of the Ako Fakataha Project.
On Monday 7 of Marcy 2016 at 6pm, the first meeting of the families participated in the projects. Eight families gathered No 2 Camp Rd, Panmure. The gathering was at the Uhia’s family garage.
The principal and teachers from SPX were all there. The chairperson of the Board was there.
Councillor Josephine Bartley was the invited guest of the meeting.
Father Setefano, blessed the gathering and the project. He reminded the parents, the importance to educate our children for they are the future of the family, future of the church and future of the society.
It was a great gathering. The 8 families and children were buzzing with excitement. They were at home with where the meeting was held. The meeting was led by the parents .