PPTA News May 2012

PPTA News cover May 2012PPTA News is the newsletter of the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA). The May 2012 issue of PPTA News includes information on teacher stress, and the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) programme.

PPTA News v.33 (4) May 2012

Table of contents

President's viewpoint - Performance pay is so twentieth century! p.3;

DIY trades training (Nelson College) p.4;

Stressing the issue p.6;

Shonky deals, asset sales, dwindling democracy p.7;

Educational research wall of schame p.7;

Anti-sales (asset sales) pitch p.8;

Postive behaviour for learning in action (PB4L) p.10;

But is readiness being rushed (PB4L) p.11;

Change in schools - 2012 p.12;

Book review: Safe and peaceful schools p.13;

Are you being paid correctly - Field officers' advice p.14;

Potential paid parental leave bill veto provokes protest picnic p.14.

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