English medium eFellowship

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Do you share CORE Education’s vision for an equitable and thriving Aotearoa New Zealand? The Dr Vince Ham eFellowship is about our research team walking alongside you in your journey to inquire deeply into an identified puzzle of your practice.

This year, we are particularly interested in hearing from educators who are drawn to exploring culturally sustaining practices, for example localised curriculum. When applying, you may find it useful to consider this overview from CORE’s 2019 Ten Trends discussion about cultural narratives and localised curriculum, or to research available on the Education Counts.

The Dr Vince Ham eFellowship is a year-long supported action research project. Not only will you bond with like-minded colleagues, you will have access to our team of experienced facilitators, researchers, writers and evaluators as part of CORE’s commitment to you and your research. You will be supported to share your stories to inspire others.

The eFellowship is open to any educator or kaiako from early years through to senior secondary.

What CORE Education will provide for English medium eFellows:

  • Ongoing mentoring (virtual and kanohi-ki-te-kanohi) throughout the year
  • A programme which includes workshops, dialogue, reflection, guest speakers, field trips and networking
  • Travel, meals and accommodation to attend hui
  • Teacher release (or equivalent funding) for attendance at hui
  • The option of attending uLearn 2021 including registration, travel, meals and accommodation.

What is expected of English medium eFellows:

  • Attend all planned hui, including an induction hui in February 2021
  • Meet regularly with your research mentor(s) online as agreed
  • Liaise with your mentor to visit and work with you in your setting before the end of Term 1, 2021
  • Complete an action research project as agreed
  • Present and share your eFellowship research and experience with your community
  • Present your research findings at uLearn21 (virtually or kanohi-ki-te-kanohi) which may be in a waiata composition, art piece, video reflections, or other means as agreed
  • Prepare a short research summary of your year-long research project which will be published on our CORE website.