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Learning to reinvent the school curriculum

Rosemary Hipkins

This paper discusses the ways in which school leaders and teachers became connected to each other via professional learning networks as they worked to implement The New Zealand Curriculum. It explores how those networks were shaped and reshaped over at least a three year period.

This paper was the basis of a talk given at the NZCER conference Connected and Contagious: Exploring learning organisation ideas in schools, held in Wellington on 12 May 2011

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