A suite of videos exploring the following: communicating with parents; developing new spaces with whānau; valuing partnerships and perspectives; keeping whānau informed and engaged with change, and informing school vision with different perspectives.
This section of Enabling eLearning supports engagement between parents, families, and schools with a focus on the use of technologies.
This section draws together research, digital resources, and examples to support schools as they consider the community engagement principle.
This Inclusive Education guide provides stories, resources, and research to support schools to develop and strengthen effective partnerships with parents, whānau, and communities.
Strong connections between schools and parents and whānau are essential to accelerating the achievement of students. This booklet helps parents, families, and whānau to form effective relationships and educationally powerful connections.
This masters thesis by Neill O’Reilly, Principal of Waitākiri School, explores the ways that relationships and leadership can create the platform for the changing school environment.
This guide offers schools starting points for using social media with their communities. Social networking (like Facebook and Twitter) embraces web-based and mobile-based technologies to enable interactive communication between organisations, communities, and individuals.
Assessment for Learning strategies have been recognised by the OECD as ‘core’ pedagogical components of 21st century teaching and learning. They enable self regulation and recognise the importance of teacher, student, and parent partnerships.
Stephen Heppell explains the difference between asking kids their opinions and expecting them to do research and becoming fully involved in learning design. This talk is full of ideas and inspiration for rethinking learning environments.