Grow Waitaha is a programme that supports schools through the process of change happening in Canterbury.
The goal of Grow Waitaha is to assist schools to achieve pedagogical change in a meaningful and manageable way, with a network of support, and to put learners at the centre of that change.
A 'play–based' learning approach at Halswell School: Part 1
Teacher Kate Bodger and Year 3–4 students discuss teaching and learning at Halswell School in Christchurch. There are three videos in this playlist.
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Collaborative inquiry in a secondary school: Part 1
Teachers and students at Christchurch Girls High, describe a collaborative teaching as inquiry in a secondary school; to support student wellbeing and agency. There are three videos in this playlist.
The Canterbury DigiAwards
Grow Waitaha is proud to support the Canterbury DigiAwards 2017! An opportunity for kids to unleash their creative talents! Select the image above or 'DigiAwards' in the main menu of the Grow Waitaha website to find out more.