My professional inquiry
My school inquiry
Evidence based practice
Digital tools
Reflective practice
Models for professional inquiry 
Code examples in practice.  
Goals and targets
Inquiry actions in the classroom
Teaching as inquiry
Knowledge building cycle
Spiral of inquiry
Te Tiriti o Waitangi
partnership: Demonstrate commitment to
tangata whenuatanga and Te
Tiriti o Waitangi partnership in
Aotearoa New Zealand
Professional relationships: Establish and maintain professional relationships and behaviours focused on the learning and wellbeing of each learner.
Learning-focused culture: Develop a culture that is focused on learning, and is characterised by respect, inclusion, empathy, collaboration and safety
Design for learning Design: learning based on curriculum and pedagogical knowledge, assessment information and an understanding of each learner’s strengths, interests, needs, identities, languages and cultures.
Teaching: Teach and respond to learners in a knowledgeable and adaptive way to progress their learning at an appropriate depth and pace. 
Coaching and mentoring
Data literacy
Seesaw for teachers e-portfolios: webinar
Google slides
Māori achieving success  as Māori framework
as Māori framework

Professional learning conversations
Tapasā: Cultural Competencies Framework for Teachers of Pacific Learners
Examples of teacher and principal e-portfolios
Thinking outside the echo chamber
Doing things differently
Needs feed PLD
Teaching codes and standards document
Comparison between older Practising Teacher Criteria and New codes and standards.
Performance management in line with new codes and standards
Code Our Standards has been crafted by teachers, leaders and teaching experts to articulate the expectations and aspirations of our profession.
Collaborative Inquiry