Our products and services model collaboration, guiding teachers and leaders to work together and with whānau and community.
Building a collaborative culture in and across your learning setting, with your community, represents a profound shift – from isolation and autonomy to de-privatised practice.
A networked learning community involves building a commitment to moving ahead together, as well as making it possible for everyone to participate in robust, collegial debate where disagreement, uncertainty and failure are anticipated.
CORE understands collaboration is about mahi ngātahi - working together towards the specific goal of supporting learner success. We know this is most successful when parents, teachers, and learners all understand their rights and responsibilities, commitments, and obligations - whanaungatanga – to work together.
We work with you, implementing structures and processes to support you as you build your collaborations and become a successful networked learning community.
For personalised discussion speak to one of our facilitators or expert partners.