New DMIC video series released

The NZ Ministry of Education have released a third video series highlighting the effective practice, professional learning and school improvement associated with the Developing Mathematical Inquiry Communities (DMIC) project. The 10-video series was launched at the NZEI symposium "Taking the lead – celebrating our curricula" in Wellington on 9 March 2018, where DMIC co-leaders Professor Roberta Hunter and Dr Jodie Hunter delivered a keynote presentation.

The new video series explores critical success factors for the implementation of DMIC over the first two years of the change process at Russell School in Porirua East:

  • Pedagogical leadership: Preparation in year 0 (watch video)
  • Teachers responding to the challenge (watch video)
  • Building social competencies for accelerated improvement (watch video)
  • The Mathematics Communication and Participation Framework: Integrated progressions (watch video)
  • In-class mentoring for accelerated pedagogical improvement (watch video)
  • Deep change: Applied postgraduate study (watch video)
  • Collaborative lesson study for sustainability (watch video)
  • Towards Kāhui Ako: Building learning community (watch video)
  • Family and community: Partners in change (watch video)
  • Russell School: The difference (watch video)

The two earlier video series about DMIC are available here and here.