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Term one professional development e-newsletters now available

9/2/2015

Secondary student achievement facilitators send regular e-newsletters to NZ secondary middle leaders.

These newsletters include information about upcoming regional workshops and cluster sessions, guidelines for effective teaching and learning strategies, the latest information on standards alignment, links to resources and readings, and feedback from national moderators.

Waitangi Day – how will you commemorate?

2/2/2015

This resource page is packed with ideas and links to help you celebrate Waitangi Day with your students and the wider community. The page also provides support for schools to use the Treaty of Waitangi principle as a foundation of curriculum decision making. 

Virtual Great Walker competition

2/2/2015

Teachers, kura māhita, home school parents, club leaders – find out about The Virtual Great Walker competition running in Term 1, 2015! Your group or class could win an ultimate Great Walks experience!

New Zealand's nine Great Walks pass through some of this country’s most special places. These tracks might be a long way from home, so what if you could ‘imagine’ you were on a Great Walk? DOC and Air New Zealand have joined forces to bring the Great Walks directly to you through the Virtual Great Walker competition.

Find out more...

Mutukaroa: A landmark learning partnership

29/1/2015

Share the news about the new Mutukaroa website. It has information about the Mutukaroa project, it's background, and how it works for schools, parents, coordinators, and teachers working together to improve the literacy and numeracy progress of students in years 1–3. It also has links to downloadable funding application forms, stories of success, and answers to frequently asked questions about Mutukaroa.

Boys will learn like boys

29/1/2015

A group of North Shore schools has become an example of how sector-wide partnerships can be powerful in bringing about positive change in boys’ learning and engagement.

Youth Guarantee Website has had a makeover!

26/1/2015

The Youth Guarantee website has been refreshed, making it more modern and easier to navigate. Here are some of the new developments on the homepage:  

  • An opening blurb which describes what Youth Guarantee is all about.
  • Resources split up by our work streams appear at the top of the page.
  • The "Latest News" section appears at the top of the page.
  • Instead of having columns for students, employers and education providers, we now have cool drop down menus.
  • The fonts throughout the website have been updated 

Check it out here!

Chinese New Year 2015

15/1/2015

Chinese New Year, the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar, takes place this year from 19 February. This resource page provides ideas and resources to help you plan programmes of learning around this event.

New resources for Connected 2014

19/12/2014

Connected 2014 Google Slides and Google Drive are now available to accompany the recently published 2014 teacher support material (TSM). The focus in this issue of Connected is on the Nature of Science strand of the curriculum and the science capability: Use evidence to support ideas.
The resources have been published on the following pages:

TSM for Connected 2014 now available

12/12/2014

Connected promotes scientific, technological, and mathematical literacy so that students can engage in a critical and informed manner with real-life science and technology related issues and authentic, context-based mathematical explorations.

TSM for most of the articles is available, with additional digital content coming in 2015.

Advisory Group on Early Learning

11/12/2014

The Minister of Education has established an Advisory Group on Early Learning. The group will consider ways to ensure a successful learning pathway for children from early childhood education through into the first years of school, and to strengthen the implementation of the early childhood education curriculum framework, Te Whāriki.


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