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Evidence-Informed Practice

Evidence-informed practice is a dynamic interaction between research and inquiry, practitioner and educator expertise, and the perspectives and experiences of whānau and mokopuna. We use approaches and interventions that are based on robust methodologies and sound evidence, and that align with mokopuna cultural perspectives and educational contexts.

Meet The Team

SENCo/LSC PLD Displays

Areas of Focus

Develop and share relevant documentation and processes for use in the Cluster

Review Co-working and Privacy/Consent pProcesses

New guidelines to follow soon

(Changes to Privacy Act 2020)

(Leadership Team Review 2021)

Resources for Privacy Act 2020 - MoE

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Develop and share EBP assessment tools, interventions and digital resources for RTLB to enchance RTLB Practice

Implement EBP and embed assessment tools and interventions in casework

Evidence-based Resources

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Notice to all RTLB - September 2021

Further to Anna's Cluster Manager's update, here are the details for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner e-Learning. Here's the link to the Online learning. When you have registered yourself there will be a list of courses available. Anna has requested that we first complete the module Privacy ABC for Schools. After that, useful modules may include Privacy ABC, Privacy 101 and Privacy Act 2020. 

Other Areas of Focus (Mostly done as a Cluster and in Teams)

  • Unpacking He Pikorua

  • Unpack EBP from a cultural perspective following Sonja MacFarlane’s PLD

  • Support Liaison to provide training to Learning Support Co-ordinator (LSC) /SENCo on informed consent

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