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This self-review guide is part of the Inclusive Practices Toolkit. Is has been designed to support schools to engage in a review process.
The Educational Leaders website provides an explanation of the forms and levels of effective self-review
In this report from the Educational leaders website, Principal, Helena Baker, from Te Kura o Tākaro, describes how she worked with her community to design her school’s curriculum.
In this article from the Educational Leaders website, Principal, Tom Parsons, explains how student achievement improved when teachers took a more systematic approach to understanding what school data was telling them.
In this article from the Educational Leaders website Michael Fullan’s idea of “purposeful peer interaction,” is explained. This is where information and knowledge are shared openly, and when monitoring mechanisms are installed to detect ineffective actions and identify effective practices.
In this article from the Educational Leaders website, Principal, Gary Punler describes why is it important for schools to have a process in place to facilitate teachers meeting and sharing ideas.