Teaching Today Podcast Episode 4: A case study on culturally responsive teaching

The fourth episode of Teaching Today podcast is a case study on culturally responsive teaching at Rotorua Girls' High School - it is now available below or download from iTunes or Apple Podcasts - it's a podcast about teachers, with teachers and for teachers.

The all-girls school just won a Prime Minister's Excellence in Education Award for their efforts to raise Māori achievement. Four years ago the school struggled to engage students, 78% of whom are Māori, but with new principal Ally Gibbons at the helm, the school has transformed itself completely. How did they do it? listen to the podcast as Ally shares insights and practical advice on raising engagement and education outcomes for Māori learners.

Listen and tell us what you think by commenting on social media or email letstalk@educationcouncil.org.nz

A transcript of the podcast is available here.

Want more? Listen to Episode One: physical restraint in an educational setting, Episode Two: teacher wellbeing, Episode Three: Modern Learning Environments.

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