Date: 27 May 2020
Teacher Brendon Marshall has been awarded a Fellowship with CollectivED, Centre for Coaching, Mentoring and Professional Development at Carnegie School of Education, Leeds-Beckett University. The Fellowship recognises his contribution to the field of coaching and mentoring in education, both as a researcher and practitioner. Brendon recently graduated with his Master of Educational Leadership, focusing his research on the impact of coaching conversations in developing teacher practices for improving student achievement.
As well as working at Onehunga High School as a teacher of Science and Sustainability, Brendon also spends some of his week working as an Across School Lead Teacher for Te Iti Kahurangi Kāhui Ako - a community of ten schools in our local area. Schools included in this Kāhui Ako are Onehunga High School, Royal Oak Intermediate, Waterlea Primary School, Māngere Bridge Primary School, Onehunga Primary School, Royal Oak Primary School, Oranga Primary School, Te Papapa Primary School, Marcellin College, St Joseph’s Primary School and several early childhood providers. Brendon’s role involves coaching teacher leaders in building networks of collaborative inquiry to improve outcomes for students. Brendon is excited to join as a fellow of CollectivED and to be able to share and learn more about effective ways of supporting teachers to learn and develop their capabilities in making a positive difference for all our students.
Congratulations on this wonderful achievement Brendon.
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