2017 Data on Year 4 to 10 Classes

Julia Westera   Julia Westera

In one of our largest multicultural high schools, for two years running, Year 9 and 10 students have averaged three sublevel shifts with Reciprocal Teaching – RT3T™:

Pre-Post graph of seismic shifts 2017

Similar accelerate shifts were also gained by priority Year 4 to 6 students in a decile 2 primary school comprising about 80% Māori, and for Year 3 and 4 classes in a decile 9 primary school.


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