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The New Zealand Curriculum.

This site has been developed to support The New Zealand Curriculum


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Key Competencies
The Key Competencies website is designed to support teachers and curriculum leaders, to introduce the key competencies in the New Zealand Curriculum. Includes information on how to monitor key competencies, what key competencies look like in leading, teaching, and learning, school stories, video clips, and a resource bank.

NCEA on TKI: Resources for Internally Assessed Achievement Standards - Media Studies
On this page you will find NZQA quality assured assessment resources to support internally assessed Level 1, 2, and 3 registered achievement standards for media studies aligned with The New Zealand Curriculum (2007).

Te Tere Auraki: Māori Students' Success in English-medium
This website supports the Ministry of Education's wider development of evidenced-based frameworks that explore and make explicit the key dimensions of quality teaching for diverse students. This research and professional development strategy, Te Tere Auraki (to 'navigate the mainstream river') is focused on improving teaching and learning for Māori students in English-medium schools. It supports four main Te Tere Auraki projects: Te Kotahitanga, Te Kauhua, Ako Panuku, and Te Mana Kōrero.

Teachers as learners: Improving outcomes for Māori and Pasifika students through inquiry
These learning materials from New Zealand Curriculum Online are aimed at teachers, school leaders, and other people within education. The purpose of the materials is to illustrate how teachers have used an inquiry approach in their practice to become more culturally responsive and to improve outcomes for Māori and Pasifika students. Stories featured are from experienced and new teachers.

The New Zealand Curriculum Online
The Ministry of Education website for the New Zealand Curriculum. It is a statement of official policy relating to teaching and learning in English-medium New Zealand primary and secondary schools. There are implementation resources, support for schools, school stories, an area for parents and whānau, a facility for sharing and discussing, and a link to Te Marautanga o Aotearoa for Māori-medium teaching and learning.

The New Zealand Curriculum Online: Career education and guidance
This Ministry of Education guide offers advice and support to schools on providing effective career education and guidance in years 7 to 13. It outlines a set of career management competencies young people need to develop, and suggests an effective model of career education and guidance that can be used to develop these.

The New Zealand Curriculum Online: Secondary middle leaders
This site is designed to assist secondary middle managers to work with their departments to implement the New Zealand Curriculum. It aims to explore effective pedagogy, focusing on supportive learning environments. Includes sections on effective teaching and learning, pathways, students, connections and partnerships, and infrastructure and processes.




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