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Information, resources and guidance, to support secondary teaching and learning.
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01 July 2016On 30 June 2016 Minister Joyce and Minister Parata launched the FindMyPath tool.
13 June 2016Te Wiki o te Reo Māori takes place this year between Monday 4 July and Sunday 10 July. This resource page from NZC Online offers ideas, links, and stories to help schools engage with their students, parents, and whānau to support the learning of te reo Māori.
30 May 2016Welcome to Samoa language week. Check out this resource page on NZC Online. It is packed with ideas, resources, and stories to help students learn gagana Sāmoa.
23 May 2016Inclusive Practice and the School Curriculum is a resource for teachers and leaders in New Zealand English-medium school settings. It has been developed to build professional knowledge and create a shared understanding of inclusive practice within the New Zealand Curriculum. It is anticipated that providers of PLD will draw on the resource as they work in and with schools to develop effective and inclusive teaching and learning programmes.
15 April 2016The 2016 Secondary Teacher Census is open until Friday 22 April at teacherscount.education.govt.nz
Principals have been sent information packs for their secondary school teachers to complete the census.
This census is designed to reveal trends and provide insights about New Zealand’s secondary teaching profession. This information will help the education sector, including teacher education providers, to meet the needs of students.
For example, it may show secondary school teachers which specialities will be most valued in the future, and help them plan their career and further professional development.
If you have taught in a secondary school at any time since the beginning of 2013, you are able to participate in the census.
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
04 April 2016To ensure that the Vocational Pathways remain current and relevant we are carrying out a minor update for 2016. This means expired standards and qualifications can be removed and newly registered standards and qualifications can be considered for inclusion. There will also be consideration of any submissions we have received proposing the inclusion of registered standards or qualifications that are not currently in an appropriate pathway. You have until the 18th April to make a submission, providing details of the specific standards or qualifications, pathway(s) to be considered for and reasons for inclusion. Submissions should be emailed to Vocational.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information, tools, and resources to support secondary middle leaders.
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.
Teachers from Mt Roskill High School are part of a campus wide professional learning programme to explore effective teaching practice, create coherent transitions, and drive greater student achievement.
This NZCER report provides a comprehensive picture of the current experiences and challenges for secondary schools in New Zealand. It presents the findings from NZCER's national survey of secondary schools, conducted in July and August 2015. It includes the perspectives of principals, teachers, parents and board of trustee members on a wide range of issues.