Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Join us to discuss all things Self Regulated - our questions are:
Q1: Why is self regulation a consideration in our schools/classrooms?
Q2: Does being self regulated actually enhance learning achievements?
Q3: What needs to be present in a school/classroom for self regulation to occur?
Q4: Can you give an example of effective self regulated learning?
Q5: What makes some students more effective self regulators than others?
Q6: Is self regulation something better left for our higher performing students?
Q7: What do learners need to know/do to become more effective self regulators?
Q8: In what ways can leaders in schools help all learners, including staff, be self regulating?
Q9: What is something you could do differently to help yourself or others along their self regulation journey?
See you there!
Tuesday, 7 June 2016
The questions we will be exploring!
Q1: What role does leadership play in curriculum redesign? #ldrchatnz
Q2: Who are the stakeholders and what consultation process have you found effective when embarking on designing school curriculum? #ldrchatnz
Q3: How do you determine what the priorities are for your curriculum design? #ldrchatnz
Q4: How does self review assist curriculum design and
Q5: How can you support your teachers to take a leadership role in curriculum design? #ldrchatnz
Q6: How can your students take a lead role in curriculum design? #ldrchatnz
Q7: What are the pitfalls schools should be aware of? #ldrchatnz
Q8: Why should you bother redesigning your curriculum - what are the rewards? #ldrchatnz