We are excited to announce a new addition to our team – Tabitha Leonard.
Tabitha works with organisations seeking innovation and growth. She can help you build stronger foundations for sustainable learning cultures.
Tabitha is available to partner with schools through centrally-funded PLD. She will help you and your team sharpen up inquiry practices. This will enable your school or Kāhui Ako to redefine the learning culture for staff and build sustainability into your practices.
Tabitha brings a range of specialist skills that support schools, kura and Kāhui Ako become more reflective. She works with schools and Kāhui Ako to develop a culture of critical inquiry amongst their leaders and wider staff.
Tabitha is a secondary-trained teacher with over 10 years experience in leading Professional Learning and Development (PLD). She has a Masters in Science (with honours), a post-graduate certificate in ICT in education, as well as a post-graduate diploma in educational leadership.
Most recently, Tabitha has worked at St Kentigern College in Auckland leading professional learning and mentoring staff. She is also the co-author of the highly-acclaimed book An Action Research Project with SOLO Taxonomy, How to tell if it is making a difference, which she authored with the amazing Pam Hook.
Tabitha is available for schools and Kāhui Ako who wish to use her expertise for centrally-funded professional learning and development (PLD) and privately.
Further Details & More Information:
Tabitha Leonard, MSc(Hons), PGDipTchg, PGCert(ICT)Ed, PGDipEdLd
e: [email protected]
m: +64 223 548 255
Inquiry into practice
Developing sustainable learning cultures
Year 1 – 11 Science, and year 11 – 13 Chemistry
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