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TKI uses the New Zealand Education Sector Logon system for user accounts. A TKI account lets you personalise your experience - enabling you to save custom homepage layouts, create kete, and save bookmarks and searches.
If you already have an Education Sector user ID and password, you are ready to log in. If not, you should register with the link below.
The NCEA level 2 toolbox contains support for NCEA achievement in the secondary environment, including school-initiated supports, online resources, professional learning opportunities, and key websites.
Education initiatives announced by the Government in Budget 2013. See related factsheets for further information.
The Ministry of Education has published a number of resources that give guidance and advice on boards of trustees’ core areas of responsibility. People considering standing for board election will find them helpful to understand the school board and trustee roles, as will new and renewed boards after elections this month.
The economics senior secondary curriculum guide has been updated, with additions to key concepts and new level 8 achievement objective indicators.
NZ On Screen has a Top 40 collection of NZ music television shaped from a playlist of documentaries and music shows to celebrate New Zealand Music Month
Celebrate New Zealand Music Month with some of these ideas from the New Zealand Music Commission.
Find out more.
An upgrade to e-asTTle was carried out on 30 April 2013. This included changes to e-asTTle writing and to the functionality of the tool.
Changes have been made to the e-asTTle writing tool to ensure that each student performance level within e-asTTle writing aligns as accurately as possible with curriculum levels. FAQ about the changes to e-asTTle writing can be found on the e-asTTle TKI site. You can also find more information about the changes on the e-asTTle Help site, and read about updated documents here.
The Heart Foundation has developed a free new level 3 unit plan called ‘Snack Attack’ that aims to make healthier snacking easy. The unit is essentially a teaching plan for a whole term, providing links to the curriculum, achievement objectives, and national standards assessment tasks. Students will learn about nutrition concepts such as hauora, the four food groups, energy balance, label reading, and how to identify healthier packet snacks.
To receive your unit plan, register and attend one of the free PD workshops that will be held around the country in Term 2. These workshops aim to unpack the resource and show you how it can be used in the classroom.
Find out more, and register here
Find out about school traffic safety teams, who can be in them, why these teams are important, and download useful resources including everything needed to create a customised school traffic safety team manual.