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Kelburn Normal School has developed a shared understanding regarding integrating and embedding the key competencies.
The 'learning triangle' model was designed to build learning power and capacity in students, and embed key competencies into all learning.
Teachers discuss learning conversations and empowering students with several learning dispositions.
De-privatising practice – opening up classrooms, practice, and discussion – involved teachers looking at themselves as inquirer and learner.
Kelburn Normal School based their split-screen thinking model on Guy Claxton's work - looking at two processes or multi-processes at once.