Posted 24 May 2018 4:25pm
Janine Mackay attended the NZEALS Conference last month, and has provided us with a 'snapshot' of the three days where she felt privileged to experience shared understandings and research on Leadership for Cultural Inclusivity, Collaboration and Sustainability through a number of keynotes and break out sessions.
NZEALS is at the forefront of educational leadership across all sectors. This organisation is an affiliated member of the Commonwealth Council of Educational Administration Management (CCEAM), linking us to more than 20 educational leadership organisations around the world.
Posted 14 May 2018 2:02pm
The review of the education sector is underway!
IPL encourages all schools and their communities to ‘have your say’ as the review investigates all parts of the education system in New Zealand. We will certainly be making submissions as is appropriate.
Posted 09 May 2018 4:09pm
Kathryn Hodson and Marama Reweti-Martin represented the IPL at The First Professional Development forum in Riyadh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Marama and Kathryn facilitated a workshop unpacking Coaching and Inquiry as a Professional Learning Approach. The invitation was issued as part of the Khebrat programme which involves teachers and leaders from schools in KSA living and working in schools overseas for 12 months. IPL is hosting 16 teachers this year and they are working in a number of primary and secondary schools in Hamilton.
Posted 23 Apr 2018 2:43pm
In April, Leigh Hynes attended the Google Summits, run by the EdTechTeam, in Auckland and Whangarei.
She presented a workshop on 'Good Google Tools for Portfolios for the Teaching Standards' and has shared the workshop's content here.
Posted 20 Oct 2017 3:54pm
Learned helplessness is a condition that we may all suffer in one way or another. I don't know where the wrenches are kept in the garage because I don't want to wrench anything. It is a lot easier to ask my Dan to wrench things when they need wrenching, and then I don't have to do it. But we can also become victims of learned helplessness if we fail to be able to seek out and find solutions for ourselves.
Posted 21 Sep 2017 10:21am
The Institute of Professional Learning: Te Whai Toi Tangata (IPL) welcomed five school leaders from Ontario, Canada for a ten day reciprocal visit to New Zealand. This follows a successful exchange in 2016. The highlight for the visitors was being welcomed onto Te Kohinga Marae University of Waikato. followed by a hangi lunch on the 23rd July.