Case studies are rich sources of data, capturing both the process of inquiry with regard to a school’s particular focus for improvement, as well as the learning and observations obtained throughout the journey.
2017/2018 Case Studies
Focus: To investigate how creating land based art works with first nations influences foster collaboration and reflection in art classes and across the school community.
Focus: In what ways will deliberate and planned activities in the classroom, on the land, and in community shape students’ sense of identity and influence their metacognition of transferable skills and strengths?
Focus: In what way will creating a safe learning environment in which students are able to learn deeply through self-determination and self-regulation impact learning?
Focus: Developing and maintaining relationships in our learning community is essential to our ability to support learners in a place-based environment to develop literacy, numeracy and social skills.
Focus: How to effectively use my role as a specialist teacher at JHES to engage others in Applied Design, Skills & Technology (ADST); this is two-fold: student learning and support of their needs and interests as 21st century learners and promoting ADST to the staff for their professional practice.
Focus: Teaching students the skills of self regulated learning, focused on creating a flexible learning environment which would impact student engagement and success.