Martin challenges us not to only think about how we use ICT but why we use it?
Martin’s personalised approach ensures staff buy in and generates huge engagement.
Martin’s additional focus on reducing screen-time whilst raising expectations around learning has resonated well with our community
Martin’s approach has challenged us to raise expectations of our systems, technologies, colleagues and students.
By ensuring ‘early wins’ in terms of increased competency and effectiveness, this provides a launching pad for focussing on ICT as a tool, and a means to enhance confidence in using it to support teaching and learning, as well as enhancing personal productivity at work.
By simplifying our admin systems and boosting staff confidence with ICT, Martin’s approach has enabled our teachers to focus more on enhanced practice.
Feedback from staff has been overwhelmingly positive.
Martin is very flexible in his approach and is, therefore, able to manage the complications and differing approaches to technology which is required in a Kāhui Ako workspace.
Martin’s differentiated approach works equally well with our more confident and less confident staff members.
Martin demonstrates Scaffolding, Differentiation and Feedback when working with staff, which helps us to realise the wider goals within our Kāhui Ako.