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Janine Mackay

Title: Facilitator
Location: Hamilton
Accreditations:
  • MOE Accredited
  • English Medium Accredited

Facilitator:
  • Assessment for learning
  • Communities of Learning / Kāhui Ako
  • Cultural Capability
  • Embedding language, culture and identity
  • Engaging whānau and communities
  • Enhancing student agency
  • Innovative Teaching and Learning
  • Leading for Excellence
  • Lifting student achievement
  • Localised curriculum
  • Regionally Funded PLD
  • Restorative Practice

Phone: 027 9511 450
Email: [email protected]

Qualifications/Credentials

2016  GROWTH Coaching International: Coaching accreditation programme (Phases 1-3)

2015  New Zealand Education Council Teacher Practising Certificate – registration number 181064

2014  Master of Educational Leadership:

An appreciative view of year nine student leadership in a New Zealand secondary school context.

2012  Postgraduate Diploma of Educational Leadership

2005  Workplace Assessor Training in Adult Education

1996  Bachelor of Education

1985  Diploma of Teaching – Primary


My Experience

As a leader, facilitator and coach for Te Whai Toi Tangata - Institute of Professional Learning at the University of Waikato, I provide professional learning and development support for principals, teachers and students that align with the New Zealand Curriculum and Ministry of Education Priorities. My passion to think differently about education and how we can make a difference for all has been illuminated through my experiences as a primary teacher, facilitator of professional learning and a community educator. My strengths are:
  • co-constructing professional learning development (PLD) for teachers, leaders and students with a specific focus on raising all student achievement
  • facilitating PB4L restorative practice professional learning opportunities with students, staff, leaders, and communities of schools that promote relational practices and ultimately engage learners in learning
  • ensuring NZC is central to all professional learning and development and models effective pedagogy and teaching as inquiry
  • providing school teachers and principals with the support, knowledge and dispositions to reflect upon and engage in strength-based leadership practices related to the leadership of local curriculum
  • leading conversations underpinned by coaching and mentoring frameworks that promote transformational change and growth of students, teachers and leaders
  • designing and facilitating workshops, courses and symposia across a range of contexts
  • delivering in-depth and short-term leadership development contract work in schools where required.