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Fieldtalk



David Bradford, Facilitator Leadership & Assessment

David discusses how relationships and engagement when working with leaders is fundamental to understand what their passions are and what motivates them in their role as a leader. It is important to understand the current situation and the desired outcome in order to work alongside the leader towards that desired outcome.


Charles Rolleston, Associate Director Māori Medium

E kōrero ana a Charles mō te huarahi ako hei whakatutuki i ngā wāwata mō ā tātou tamariki, mokopuna. He kaupapa nui te marau ā-kura hei whāngai, hei poipoi hoki i te reo, ngā āhuatanga, ngā tūmomo mātauranga e tika ana mō ngā ākonga. Ko te aronga o Te Whai Toi Tangata, ko te hāpai i tēnei o ngā whakaaro nui kia tū pakari ai ngā ākonga i roto i te ao hurihuri nei.


Jan Martin, Director and Associate Dean Professional Learning

Jan discusses the importance for the Institute of Professional Learning: Te Whai Toi Tangata to be culturally responsive, research-led and collaborative in our approach to professional learning within the education sector. While the majority of our work is national there have been recent international programmes which the IPL have been involved with. These programmes will benefit teachers and school leaders across New Zealand.


Sandy Harrop, Deputy Director, English Medium

Sandy discusses working together with teachers and leaders in collaborative enquiry with the goal of setting up learners for success. Critical to this is engaging with and listening to leaders and teachers stories which allows us to co-construct a way forward with strategic direction for literacy learning and continuous improvement.