Using this framework, learning communities can review their collaborative practices in order to improve outcomes for their ākonga
Who benefits from this self-review tool?
Tātai Aho Rau Core Education's Collaboration Framework supports learning communities to evaluate their position and inform their progress as a group.
This Collaboration Framework caters for any group of schools, kura and early childhood services that are working together – across leaders, tumuaki, kaiako, teachers, iwi, communities, whānau and ākonga.
The Framework can be used as a formative self-review tool to help groups identify:
- what effective collaboration that makes a difference for learners looks like
- next steps towards becoming a more effective collaborative group
- a way of monitoring progress towards the collaborative state.
By identifying the above, groups can work to improve outcomes for their ākonga.
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