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A Symposium on Assessment and Learner Outcomes will be held at Rutherford House in central Wellington from 1-3 September 2011.
This international, evidence-based conference on assessment is co-sponsored by Victoria University, the University of Auckland, the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.
The symposium will highlight research, policy development, challenges, and evidence-based practice in the assessment of learner outcomes.
Explore resources and support material in this wiki to help build your knowledge and understanding of effective use of software for learning.
Content within the wiki changes regularly in response to teachers' needs and contributions.
Take a look at these New Zealand Transport Agency resources, and related links that you can use to help promote road safety.
You can share them with parents and students and use them in the classroom.
See Science Online's new section on science teaching strategies, a selection of professional development readings about the learning and teaching of science.
Includes using models, investigation, and enquiry, and a discussion about the ‘school science - working science’ continuum.
Take a look also at the reviewed and updated support material for the Building Science Concepts, with links to Assessment Resources, and the Nature of Science teaching activities that provide examples for how other activities might be adapted to meet the aims of the Nature of Science strand.
The Ministry is strengthening its Professional Learning and Development (PLD) to provide consistent and high quality professional development for teachers and school leaders across the country.
You can find out how to access PLD for 2011 from this page. This information has been updated
Find out about this new website for students from the Office of Film & Literature Classification, designed to help NCEA Media Studies students with their assignments on censorship.
The Censor's Log has censorship related news from New Zealand and around the world to stimulate debate.
Case Studies explore interesting classification decisions or highlight different aspects of the censorship system, and new research in 2010 looks at how young people use entertainment mediums.
Take a look at Techlink's Teaching Snapshots where teachers share ideas they have used successfully in their classroom practice.
These may be strategies for delivering the Technology curriculum, activities that have engaged student interest, resources used in the classroom, interaction with the wider community, or promotion of technology education subject areas.
A snapshot of overall patterns and findings related to National Standards.
Find out the results of a survey conducted in July 2010, in a random sample of 350 schools. It includes the views of principals, teachers, boards of trustees, and parents on a range of issues. The report provides a snapshot of the overall patterns, and findings from questions about the implementation of National Standards.
This is a revised version of the report that was first issued in October 2011.
Interim Findings Term 3, 2010
Read about the implementation of the National Standards in 80 schools reviewed by ERO (Education Review Office) in Term 3, 2010.
As part of the review process, ERO asked specific questions about each school's use of National Standards, its preparedness for these, and how well school leaders, teachers, and trustees understood the National Standards.
This is an interim report. Findings from Term 3 and 4 will be aggregated and published as a national evaluation report in early 2011.
New and revised teaching and learning sequences and units provide models that can help teachers in their planning to support learners and meet the requirements of the New Zealand Curriculum.
Some units include curriculum objectives for other learning areas as well as English.