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Aug292010

Wendy Kofoed

Dr Wendy Kofoed, principal of Newmarket School, talks with David Stewart about her recent Doctor of Education thesis: Written Reporting: Strengthening learning partnerships through purposeful reporting.

The conversation covers an outline of the main purposes of the study, the questions that were addressed and the methodology for so doing. An explanation of the kind and range of data is given. There is a discussion about what this means for schools and how some of the contemporary issues might be addressed. National Standards bring new demands for schools and Dr Kofoed explains the relationship between her research and the current pressures to implement these notions in schools' written reporting schedules.

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Slide Reference:
Kofoed, W.J. Written Reporting: Strengthening learning partnerships through purposeful reporting. Auckland University, Unpublished Doctor of Education Thesis. 2009.

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