- learners' agency
- children owning their assessments and monitoring their own progress backed up with evidence
- co-planning with the children
- flipped learning
- transparency of planning for the children but also their parents
Trying to move forward with the leadership team and in an attempt to ensure I have clarity in my explanations, suggestions and vision, I pulled up my notes of my most recent teaching inquiry...
Inquiry Focus: Make planning, learning paths and assessment visible, co-constructed and accessible to the learners (and their families). Will this approach -
- develop a learning environment that supports and nurtures “AKO” and “tuakana - teina” relationships.
- have an impact on outcome/ engagement for target learners?
- support a student regulated classroom?
- impact on home/school relationships? Ubiquity? Job Share?
- be sustainable in a “Think Like a Nomad” year?