This section contains information, records, and links relating to the development and consultation phases of the New Zealand Curriculum Project between 2004 and 2007.
Each month we bring you an email update with new information, links, strategies, and school stories on New Zealand Curriculum Online. All previous updates can be found here.
These newsletters contain guidelines for effective teaching and learning strategies, subject-specific literacy strategies, the latest information on standards alignment, useful links for resources and exemplars, feedback from national moderators, and links to relevant readings.
These materials, designed for school principals and curriculum leaders, support the implementation of The New Zealand Curriculum.
(Archived July 2009)
The Ministry of Education supports curriculum implementation through a number of initiatives. It is expected that all Ministry-funded, in-school projects will have a strong curriculum focus.
These stories provide examples of ideas and approaches some schools are using to reshape their curricula (2007– 2010).
This education programme presents Rugby World Cup 2011 as a context for engaging students in learning activities relevant to their everyday lives.
How do our students view learning? How do they see their future and define success?
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