Mary Jamieson

Meet Mary Jamieson, a facilitator and Project Manager - Restorative Practice at Te Whai Toi Tangata: Institute of Professional Learning.


Facilitator, Project Manager - Restorative Practice




  • MOE Accredited 
  • English Medium Accredited 


  • Communities of Learning / Kāhui Ako
  • Digital Fluency Curriculum
  • Embedding language, culture and identity
  • Engaging whānau and communities
  • Enhancing student agency
  • Innovative Teaching and Learning
  • Lifting student achievement
  • Regionally Funded PLD
  • Restorative Practice


2018  Master of Education (Hons), University of Waikato with a focus on

  • Professional Learning and Development
  • Developing Coaching and Mentoring
  • e-Learning

1991 Diploma of Teaching (Primary), University of Waikato

1998 Bachelor of Arts, University of Auckland

My Experience

Working with schools and communities brings me joy, it is rewarding to support them in developing plans of action that are based on student learning needs and sound research and evidence of what works.

PLD should be a co-constructed process where all stakeholders feel they can contribute to the design and focus of the learning. Developing effective pedagogical practices that bring positive outcomes for all learners is my passion. With significant experience in working with teachers and leaders in both primary and secondary contexts, I use a reciprocal model of learning. This means that we acknowledge each other’s strengths and expertise, and use this to build new knowledge and capabilities.

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Mary Jamieson