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Users will get the most out of the cases by working through them with colleagues and other educators.
The six learning cases provide examples of ISTEs inquiring into their practice and encourage users to examine their own knowledge, beliefs, and practice in relation to what they see in each case. Users will get the most out of the cases by working through them with colleagues and other educators.
- allows users to observe and discuss ISTEs focusing on specific aspects of their learning and practice (via the left-hand side of the screen)
- provides a basic structure that supports users to inquire into their own practice in relation to the focus of the case (via the right-hand side of the screen)
- makes links to current thinking and research in relation to the case (via hyperlinks).
The cases are not intended to demonstrate exemplary practice. Rather they show ISTEs and teachers grappling with new learning as they inquire into how they work and the impact of that work. The cases represent a moment in time, with an expectation that the case participants will continue to learn and improve their practice.
The cases are intended to stimulate learning for users of the materials â that is, to spark discussion, to encourage further reading, and, ultimately, to lead users to inquire into their own practice. Users will approach the cases in a variety of ways. For example, at times their focus might be on analysing and discussing the content of the case (the left-hand side of the screen), and at other times their primary goal might be to use the case as a springboard for their own inquiry (the right-hand side of the screen).
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Section table of contents
- Structure of the cases
- Overview of the cases
- Case 1
- Case 2
- Case 3
- Case 4
- Tauira 5 (MÄori)
- Case 5 (English)
- Case 6