Reflections - Panel Discussion


Dr. Martin Thrupp, Dr. Cathy Wylie, and Dr. John O'Neill reflect on the presentations, summarising the connections, possibilities, and potential pitfalls in making the curricula living documents.

Thrupp is Head of Te Whiringa School of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Waikato. His research interests are in education policy with a particular focus on the importance of school contexts.

Wylie is a Chief Researcher at NZCER. She is well-known for her research on policy and its impacts for school leadership, teaching, and learning, and the longitudinal study Competent Learners.

O’Neill is Head of the Institute of Education, Massey University. His professorial Chair is in Teacher Education.

This talk was a part of Taking the Lead - Celebrating the Curricula in Wellington on 9, March, 2018

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