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Triads – one school’s experience

Authors: Danielle Meloney
Triads – one school’s experience

In today's video, Assistant Principal and Director of Learning and Teaching Julie Percy discusses the impact of incorporating triads into the teaching structure of her school.

The staff at St Peter’s Primary School in Epping, Victoria, come together in groups to form triads and work collaboratively to improve their practice - focusing on lesson planning and delivery.

In an interview for the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership's (AITSL) Teacher Feature, Percy explains how students are benefiting from the approach and the tools that the school is using to collect data and measure improvement in outcomes.


Are teachers working collaboratively in your school?

Do you collaborate with teachers from different subject areas or year levels?

How has working in a team informed your own practice?

Max 11 September 2019

We are in the process of introducing Triads in our school.  I was interested to watch your video but unfortunately I am unable to view as I have no log in.  Would you be willing to share your knowledge and expertise in this area with us.  I look forward to hearing back from you.
Max Valentino - Assistant Head Teacher.  Gosden House.  Surrey.  England.

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