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Impact stories 2014


Based on work within schools and kura, we have devloped a series of brief stories about our leaders and teachers as they increase positive outcomes for their students. Below is a selection of the stories from throughout 2014. The rest of our project update and infographics an be viewed under the Impact tab.




Students on computers

Preparing the next generation of school principals


The National Aspiring Principals' programme (NAPP) is making significant strides in developing potential principals and the influence of the programme is rapidly increasing. 48% of new principals in 2014 have completed NAPP prior to winning the position.  READ MORE >>>


 Mahi Tahi




Literacy teachers talkingSupporting Learning Community Clusters in Southern Learning with Digital Technologies programme


A focus of facilitation in the LwDT South Region is supporting Learning Community Clusters to develop and implement professional learning goals for their member schools. Learning Community Clusters (LCC) are made up of schools from across the primary, intermediate, and secondary sector, generally from the same geographic area. READ MORE >>>


 Te Rangitukutuku/Māori Medium e-Learning Planning Framework 


“Ko tō ringa ki ngā rākau ā te Pākehā, hei ara mō tō tīnana”

The Māori medium eLearning Planning Framework (MMeLPF), like its tuakana document, the eLearning Planning Framework (eLPF) is a self review tool to gauge a kura/schools current e-capability position. This allows evidence to be gathered around their current e-learning practice.  READ MORE >>>





Students on computers

Collaborative PLD facilitation across Mathematics and LwDT


Two facilitators from different projects found that they were working in the same school. They worked collaboratively to ensure cohesion and maximum benefit from the PLD for the school.  READ MORE >>>




Te Toi Tupu consortium currently provides professional learning and development programmes for the Ministry of Education in the areas of Literacy, Leadership and Assessment, Learning with Digital Technologies, Gifted and Talented, New Zealand Curriculum, Maths, Pāngarau, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and te reo Māori.