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Welcome to the Secondary Education portal
Information, resources and guidance, to support secondary teaching and learning.
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15 December 2014Wellington region teachers can register now for a free workshop.
11 November 2014The Teacher-led Innovation Fund is now open for applications.
16 October 2014If you are interested in teaching second language learning you now have access to a fund to support you.
16 October 2014This publication showcases the critical role parents, whānau and communities play in helping their children to learn.
24 September 2014Entries are now open for the Commonwealth Education Good Practice Awards 2015
23 September 2014October is Connected Educator Month, a global initiative designed to support and promote networked approaches to educational professional learning. Leaders and teachers are invited to engage in this month-long event from October 1, 2014. Thousands of educators, in NZ and beyond, will be connected to free professional learning events, communities and resources, regional, national, and global workshops, keynotes, panels, discussions and more.
Information, tools, and resources to support secondary middle leaders.
Secondary student achievement initiative for English medium schools.
A series of Curriculum Guides to help design quality teaching and learning programmes.
New and updated NCEA support material and internal assessment resources.
Broad information covering NCEA standards and resources.
A portal to stories, reports, statistics, and reviews that support Māori learners achieve education success as Māori.
Four projects that support Maori students' success in English-medium schools.
Setting goals, priorities, actions, targets and outcomes to ensure Māori youth are present, engaged and achieving at secondary level.
Transitions and pathways
Vocational pathways provide a clear framework for vocational options, and assistance in programme planning.
Advice and support on providing effective career education and guidance in years 7 to 13.
Career information to help students at school, or for those making decisions about leaving.
A practical handbook to help schools manage and develop their career education programmes.
Mary Kerrigan, HOD Business, discusses the financial literacy programme at Aorere College, which is being created in consultation with the Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income to provide students with information about income, spending, budgeting, and wise financial management for the future.
The modules are developed with links to other NZ Curriculum learning areas, and will be uploaded to the Commission’s website for every school in New Zealand to download and deliver in their schools.
International capabilities are the knowledge, skills, attitudes, dispositions, and values that make up the key competencies that enable people to live, work, and learn across national and cultural boundaries.
This new section on NZC Online introduces international capabilities and explains their importance. It provides research, links to the NZC, and further resources to support and inspire.