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Professional Learning. Queenstown. The state of play. PLD the strongest system lever in improving educational outcomes yet: Plethora of providers; Sporadic access; Lack of in depth work. Teacher requirements. Ongoing PLD. Trusted. Local. Available to all.

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The state of play

  • PLD the strongest system lever in improving educational outcomes yet:
  • Plethora of providers;
  • Sporadic access;
  • Lack of in depth work.
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Teacher requirements

  • Ongoing PLD.
  • Trusted.
  • Local.
  • Available to all.
  • Sound balance of internal and external expertise.
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The old consensus: SSS evaluation

  • Equity in access to services.
  • Synergy between pre-service and in-service teacher education.
  • Consistency of implementation of the national curriculum.
  • Schools development rather than individual teacher development focus.
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SSS evaluation continued

  • A future focus to assist schools to look beyond the immediate issues and to proactively shape vision and direction.
  • Teaching practice is informed by evidence, thus forging a closer relationship in which knowledge is valued and shared.
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Meenakshi’s Findings

  • More open, formal, systematic approach to school selection.
  • Increased information sharing to direct PLD.
  • Focus on the school as a system to better use the resource.
  • Coordinated and connected PLD.
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Current PLD provision

  • 28 different contracts.
  • ‘Fully contestable’ model for letting contracts.
  • Contracts let to consortia and companies.
  • MOE chooses schools to target(use of SAFs and Senior Advisers).
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National Provision: Contracts that have been let

  • Te Kotahitanga (closing down - EOI for new phase).
  • Ako Panuku (Maori teachers- Haemata Ltd).
  • Aspiring Principals (University of Waikato – Te Toi Tupu).
  • First Time Principals (Auckland Uni).
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National Provision continued

  • He Kakano (University of Waikato).
  • Secondary Student Achievement Contract.
  • PB4L (Ministry of Education).
  • PB4L case study.
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PB4L National PLD

  • Current evaluation.
  • Solid resourced process.
  • Based on evidence.
  • Is the PLD lever strong enough?
  • Data gathering process is progressing.
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Restorative Practices

  • 24 trial schools.
  • RP manual.
  • National PLD around RP facilitation.
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Cathy Wylie- Vital Connections

  • Need for local infra-structure that both delivers and coordinates PLD.
  • Has a role in principal appointment and leadership development.
  • Is trusted and high quality to support and sustain quality teaching.
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PPTA role

  • Pressuring government for better PLD more aligned with Best Evidence Synthesis.
  • Professional Learning Groups.
  • Survey on PLD Term 2.
  • Preferred Professional Activities 2012:
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Issues we can support you with

  • The Quality Teaching for Excellence and Equity document.
  • Teacher appraisal – PPTA’s resources.
  • Positive Behaviour for Learning and School Wide and restorative practices.
  • Session on PPTA’s ‘Safer Schools for All’.
  • The PLD toolkit.
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What we can help with

  • Topics and issues of relevance.
  • Organising speakers.
  • Providing Advisory Officers to take workshops.
  • Best Evidence.
  • Collaborative practice.
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Suggestions

  • Local issues and local (external and internal) expertise.
  • Sharing what works.
  • “What’s that school down the road doing about…?”
  • “I’ve heard that … is doing some really cool stuff with….”
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