Reducing youth advantage through ‘Education for Enterprise’ : the case of Ngā Kākano School
Mellalieu, Peter; Vause, Arohanui; Coleman, Elizabeth Byers; Kearns, Nick
Citation:Mellalieu, P. J., Vause, A., Coleman, E., & Kearns, N. (2015, December). Reducing youth advantage through ‘Education for Enterprise’: The case of Ngā Kākano School. In C. O'Cane and E. Rose (Ed.), 29th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management: Managing for Peak Performance (pp.1-18). 29.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3974
The case study details the journey of a high school that embarked on a path to engage all of its students in 'Education for Enterprise' (E4E) as a curriculum foundation to help its students achieve educational outcomes that better position them for modern citizenship and promising career pathways. The strategic change implemented by the school was informed by strategic audit and idealised design, but ultimately was pursued in an enterprising and opportunistic fashion. A instinctive teaching and learning environment is emerging combining indigenous (Māori), Western, and contemporary pedagogies: Te Kaupapa Ngā Kākano