Vision Education Covid-19 Guidelines

Vision Education Covid-19 Guidelines

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Vision Education COVID-19

At present the Vision Education team are working within the guidelines set by the Ministry of Education.

Using existing PLD hours as planned for term 2

All of our facilitation team have ZOOM downloaded on to their computers and we are able to provide all term 2 planned PLD via distance support

Using existing PLD hours as re-purposed hours

All Vision team members will be available to re-purpose PLD hours as suits the needs of each school we are working with. This means that we are able to use your allocated hours to support teachers develop learning plans, units of work, resources. We are also able to support pedagogical knowledge and practice. Please email Alison – for additional information or register as wanting to re-purpose hours. 

Applying for Vision Education support but do not currently have hours with us

Please contact Dr Alison Davis directly – for advice

We have been carefully following Ministry of Health’s (MoH) advice and we will continue to do so as this situation continues to evolve.

Please keep safe and well in these uncertain times

Ngā mihi

Alison Davis and the Vision Education team

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Skillful and Strategic Professional Learning

“Our Vision facilitator (Justine) built positive relationships with everyone she worked alongside and skillfully aligned her sessions with what we needed to develop in our practice based on our strategic aims.  Her professional development with staff has grown teacher knowledge, improved practice and accelerated progress for our learners.”

Tracey Bennett
Hautapu School

Knowledgeable and Authentic Professional Development

Benneydale School has been working with Leitia for 2 years in a wide range of capacities. Leitia has run a number of Teacher Only Days focusing on effective literacy practice in the classroom and she has modelled and supported best practice related to differentiated learning programs that support accelerated learning. Leitia has worked alongside teachers in the classroom providing feedback and support on teacher effectiveness. She has supported planning meetings with teachers and worked with them to refine their programs through using a coaching model. Evidence of teacher growth due to these coaching sessions can be seen in class practice. We have found Leitia to be very knowledgeable, quick to understand our needs and work with us to create our own PLD journey. I would recommend Leitia as a facilitator for any school wanting to provide authentic opportunities for staff to challenge their thinking and work towards enhancing their practice for the benefit of all learners.

Vanessa Te Huia
Benneydale School