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Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Tapuwae

Arihia Stirling discusses how data improves professional knowledge. The Analysis and Use of Student Achievement Data Project (AUSAD) used at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Tapuwae, is about Māori educators developing programmes that are going to work successfully for Māori learners.

Our data will often say, ‘Something's happening in this class. What's going on here?’ And then you start eliminating the things that could be the reason why they're actually better or worse. We've often found that it's teacher strategies in class and the way that they're involving students.

Arihia Stirling

Questions/Things to think about

  1. What does your cross-school data say about your Māori students’ educational success?
  2. What does your data say about your Māori students’ educational success as Maori? What does your whānau say? What do your students say?
  3. Is your data telling the same story across the whole school? Why? Why not?
  4. How are you sharing this data across the school?
  5. How are teachers sharing their learning?

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