Kāhui Ako and the collaborative turn in education: emergent evidence and leadership implications (2020)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherVictoria University of Wellington Library
AuthorsKamp Ashow all
EditorsHiggins JCherrington S
Internationally, in contexts of escalating globalisation, collaboration has increasingly been taken up as a social policy tool. Education has not been exempt from that uptake. In Aotearoa, this is most clearly evidenced in the implementation of Kāhui Ako | Communities of Learning. In this paper, I detail the ‘why’ of this global shift towards collaborative initiatives, engage with available research as to the limits and possibilities of their successful implementation, and consider the implications of collaboration for leadership. I then draw on theory to advance some practice priorities for realising the potential of such policy initiatives.
CitationKamp A (2020). Kāhui Ako and the collaborative turn in education: emergent evidence and leadership implications. New Zealand Annual Review of Education. 2020(24). 177-191.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3902 - Education policy, sociology and philosophy::390201 - Education policy
39 - Education::3904 - Specialist studies in education::390403 - Educational administration, management and leadership
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