Schools and clusters have used a case study approach to document the story of their implementation of PoLT.
Warrandyte Primary School - Our PoLT Journey - Gail Parke, Middle Years Team Leader and PoLT co-ordinator at Warrandyte Primary School, shares her school's experiences from the Principles of Learning and Teaching (PoLT) program.
Belmont High School - Transforming Teachers' Professional Practice - Belmont High School recognises the need to adopt new paradigms. At the heart of this is a renewal of teacher professional practice is the Principles of Learning and Teaching P-12.
The Merging Minds Cluster decided that if pedagogical practice was to be substantially changed and sustained at the classroom level, then work-based, on-going authentic professional learning was the key. This cluster has developed a multifaceted approach that uses the Principles of Learning and Teaching (PoLT) as the foundation and combines professional learning activities, Professional Action Inquiry Teams (PAIT) and peer coaching to support this learning.
Drouin Cluster - Principles of Learning and Teaching (PoLT) Pilot - Rod Cameron, Cluster Educator for the Drouin Cluster, shares the experiences of their involvement in the Principles of Learning and Teaching pilot.
Geelong Gardens Cluster - A Positive Experience - Helen Hatsis of the Geelong Gardens cluster comments on the success of the Principles of Learning and Teaching P-12 program.
Geelong Midlands Cluster - PoLT Action Plan - Robyn Anderson, the Geelong-Midlands Cluster Coordinator, shares her cluster's PoLT story and action plan. She also presents some templates developed to analyse PoLT data and help plan action research.
Montmorency Cluster - Our PoLT Journey - Sandra Bishop, Cluster Educator for the Montmorency Cluster, describes the Cluster PoLT journey in 2004.
Pascoe Park Cluster - The Value of Reflection - The success of PoLT in the Pascoe Park Schools for Innovations and Excellence Cluster is due to the teamwork and dedication of the PoLT coordinators across the cluster schools and the commitment of the Principal Management Team. The time and thinking involved in the initial strategic and action planning allowed for cohesiveness and direction from the very beginning.