Reciprocal Teaching – RT3T™ shows Seismic Shifts with Māori

Julia Westera Julia Westera

An exciting outcome of the modernised Reciprocal Teaching - RT3T™ initiative is the large data base we now have showing huge gains for Māori students. Some of the 2016 data follows.

In a secondary school with predominantly Māori students, students in 4 classes averaged 2 years’ growth, with ‘a seismic shift’.

Results with Lowest Year 9 and 10 Classes

Two teachers volunteered to run the coaching intensives for a second time, but now with their Year 12 classes. One teacher excitedly talked about ‘the amazing impact on my teaching’.

Results with two Year 12 classes

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