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Readings used during Te Kauhua Phase 2

Coburn, C, (2003). Rethinking Scale: Moving Beyond Numbers to Deep and Lasting Change. Educational Researcher, Vol 32(6), 3–12.

Dufour, R. (2004). What is a Professional Learning Community? Educational Leadership, Vol 61(8).

Erwin, J. (2003). Giving students what they need. Educational Leadership, Vol 61(1), 19–23.

Ferrero, D.J. (2005). Pathways to Reform: Start with Values. Educational Leadership Vol 63(1).

Gorinski, R., & Davey, B., (2003). Student appraisal: Moving toward inclusive leadership in the learning community. New Zealand Journal of Educational Leadership, Vol 18, 35–50.

Graham, J. (2003). Kanohi ki te Kanohi: Establishing partnerships between schools and Māori communities. set: Research Information for Teachers, 2, 2003, 8–12

Guskey, T, (2002). Does it make a difference? Evaluating professional development. Educational Leadership, Vol 59(6), 45–51.

Hawke, K. et al. (2002). The importance of teacher/student relationships for Māori and Pasifika students. set: Research Information for Teachers, 3, 44–49.

McTaggart, R. (1995). Reflection on teaching: Creating an enquiry culture in education. Reflect, Vol 1(2), 32–39.

SEDL, (1997) Professional learning communities: What are they and why are they important?, Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, Vol 6(1).

Smith, G.H. (2003). Indigenous struggle for the transformation of education and schooling. Keynote Address to the Alaskan Federation of Natives (AFN) Convention. Anchorage, Alaska, United States.

Symonds, K.W. (2003). After the test: How schools are using data to close the achievement gap. Bay Area School Reform Collaborative.

Timperley, H. (2004). Enhancing professional learning through evidence-based inquiry, Paper prepared for the Symposium on Teaching Quality, 23–24 June, 2004.




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