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Word icon. A position paper: Social studies in the New Zealand school curriculum (Word, 67 KB) . (n.d.). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Aitken, G. (2007). PDF icon. Commentary for MoE Reference Group Meeting, 1–2 March 2007 on reports analysing submissions to the New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation, 2006 (PDF, 55 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Auckland UniServices Ltd. (2003). PDF icon. asTTle technical report 36: Mathematics curriculum framework and map – levels 2–6 (PDF, 260 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland.

Auckland UniServices Ltd. (2004, August). Word icon. The school statistics curriculum: Statistics and probability education literature review (Word, 279 KB) . Paper prepared by A. Begg, M. Pfannkuch, M. Camden, P. Hughes, A. Noble, & C. Wilde for the Mathematics Curriculum Reference Group, Ministry of Education.

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

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Baldwin, R. (2007, September). Word icon. A way forward with the new social sciences curriculum: Approaches to planning programmes for schools (Word, 46 KB) . Canterbury: UC Education Plus.

Barker, M. (2004, July). Word icon. Key aims for science education in New Zealand schools in the 21st century: Messages from the international literature (Word, 82 KB) . Commissioned report for the Ministry of Education.

Barker, M., Hipkins, R., & Bartholomew, R. (2004, July). Word icon. Reframing the essential skills: Implications for and from the science curriculum (Word, 94 KB) . A commissioned research report for the Ministry of Education, Wellington.

Bolstad, R. (2004, July).   Word icon. School-based curriculum development: principles, processes, and practices - A background paper on school-based curriculum development for the New Zealand Curriculum Project (Word, 675 KB) . Wellington : NZCER.

Boyd, S., & Watson, V. (2006, December). PDF icon. Shifting the frame: Exploring integration of the key competencies at six normal schools (PDF, 2 MB) . Wellington: NZCER.

Brewerton, M. (2004, Faebruary). Word icon. Reframing the essential skills: Implications of the OECD Defining and Selecting Key Competencies Project – A background paper (Word, 256 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Brewerton, M. (2004, October). Word icon. Thoughts on what students need to learn at school: Summary for discussion purposes (Word, 184 KB) . Paper prepared for Ministry of Education.

Burrows, L. (2005, June). Word icon. Proposed key competencies and health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 154 KB) . Paper prepared for the New Zealand Ministry of Education New Zealand Curriculum/Marautanga Project.

Burns, J. (1997). Technology-intervening in the world. In J. Burns (Ed.), Technology in the New Zealand curriculum – perspectives on practice (pp.15–30). Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press.

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Carr, M. (2006, September). . University of Waikato.

Carroll-Lind, J., Bevan-Brown, J., & Kearney, A. (n.d.) PDF icon. Critique of the New Zealand draft Curriculum: An inclusive/special education perspective (PDF, 179 KB) . Massey University College of Education.

Colmar Brunton. (2006). PowerPoint icon. The draft New Zealand curriculum – penetration & understanding (PowerPoint, 5 MB) . [PowerPoint presentation] Presentation prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Colmar Brunton. (2007). PowerPoint icon. The draft New Zealand curriculum – feedback questionnaire results (PowerPoint, 5 MB) . [PowerPoint presentation] Presentation prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Compton, V. (2004, June). Word icon. Technological knowledge: A developing framework for technology education in New Zealand (Word, 154 KB) . Briefing paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Compton, V. (2004, October). Word icon. The relationship between science and technology (Word, 40 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Compton, V., Dinning, N. & Keith, G. (2007). PDF icon. Report to Technology Writing Group: Summary of feedback and recommendations for change (PDF, 205 KB) .

Compton, V., & France, B. (2006, September). Word icon. Discussion document: Background information on the new strands (Word, 94 KB) . Faculty of Education, University of Auckland.

Compton, V. J., & Harwood, C. D. (2003). Enhancing technological practice: An assessment framework for technology education in New Zealand. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 13(1), 1–26.

Compton, V. J., & Harwood, C. D. (2004). Moving from the one-off: Supporting progression in technology. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 23–30.

Compton, V., & Harwood, C. (2006, September). Word icon. Discussion document: Design ideas for future technology programmes (Word, 106 KB) .

Compton, V., & Jones, A. (2004, November). Word icon. The nature of technology: Briefing paper prepared for the New Zealand Ministry of Education Curriculum Project (Word, 103 KB) .

Compton, V. J., & Jones, A. J. (2003, October). Visionary practice or curriculum imposition: Why it matters for implementation. In conference proceedings of Technology Education New Zealand, Biannual Conference, Hamilton.

Council of Europe. (2001). Word icon. Common European framework of reference for Languages: Common reference levels (Word, 37 KB) . Common European framework of reference for languages: Learning, teaching and assessment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crabbe, D. (2005). Word icon. The essence of learning second languages in the New Zealand school context (Word, 80 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Crooks, T.J., & Flockton, L.C. (2003). Writing assessment results 2002: National Education Monitoring Report 27. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Culpan, I. (2005, November). Word icon. Physical education: What is it all about? The muddled puzzle (Word, 307 KB) .

Word icon. Curriculum project discussion paper: Key competencies (Word, 64 KB) . (n.d.). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

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Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ) website.
http://www.danz.org.nz/

Davies Burns, J. (2000). Learning about technology in society: Developing a liberating literacy. In J. Ziman (Ed.), Technological innovation as an evolutionary process (pp. 299–311). Cambridge, U.K: Cambridge University Press.

Department of Education. (1988). National curriculum statement: A discussion document for primary and secondary schools (Draft). Wellington: Author.

Dewar, S. (2001, June). PDF icon. Implementing health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum: A report of the experiences of a national sample of schools (PDF, 337 KB) . The Research Bulletin, 12, 81–97.

Doig, C. (2007). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum: Draft for consultation 2006 – Impact of the feedback on the final curriculum (PDF, 522 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

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Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga (2001, April). The New Zealand curriculum: An ERO perspective. Wellington: Education Review Office.

Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga. (2002, June). Writing in years 5 to 8: An evaluation of writing programmes. Wellington: Author.

Erlam, R. (n.d.). (Draft) Word icon. Learning languages in the New Zealand curriculum: Implications for pedagogy and assessment (Word, 251 KB) . The University of Auckland.

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Ferguson, S. (2007). PDF icon. Commentary on the New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006 (PDF, 84 KB) . Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Flockton, L. (2007). PDF icon. Consideration of submissions and questionnaire responses on the draft New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 387 KB) . Dunedin: University of Otago. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Flockton, L. (2007). PDF icon. School curriculum design and review (PDF, 274 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media. A resource prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Flockton, L. C., & Crooks, T.J. (2001). Reading and speaking assessment results 2000: National Education Monitoring Report 19. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Flockton, L. C., & Crooks, T.J. (2003). Listening and viewing assessment results 2002: National Education Monitoring Report 25. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Fowler, M. (2005, March). Word icon. Refloating a stranded curriculum? Restructuring the English curriculum into receptive and productive strands (Word, 121 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

France, B. (1999, December). Technological literacy: A realisable goal or a chimera? ACE Papers, (5), 38–52.

PDF icon. From the New Zealand Curriculum to School Curriculum – booklet (PDF, 14 MB) . (2007) Wellington: Learning Media. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

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Gatman, V. (2005, December). Word icon. Physical activity and physical education within health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum: A primary school teacher's perspective (Word, 191 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland.

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Hipkins, R. (2007) PDF icon. Assessing key competencies: Why would we? How could we? (PDF, 272 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Hipkins, R. (n.d.). Word icon. Rethinking the self and the social in the ‘knowledge age’: Learning opportunities provided by health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 88 KB) . Unpublished paper from NZCER.

Hipkins, R. (2006, June). PDF icon. The nature of the key competencies: A background paper (PDF, 653 KB) . Wellington: NZCER. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Hipkins, R., Boyd, S., & Joyce, C. (2005). PDF icon. Documenting learning of the key competencies: What are the issues? A discussion paper (PDF, 726 KB) . Wellington: NZCER.

Hipkins, R., Roberts, J., & Bolstad, R. (2007). Kick starts: Key competencies – the journey begins. Wellington: NZCER Press.

Horrocks, R., & Hoben, N. (2005, July). Word icon. Media studies and English in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 138 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

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Jones, A. (2003). The development of a national curriculum in technology for New Zealand. International Journal of technology and design education, 13, 83–99.

Jones, A., & Moreland, J. (2003). Developing classroom-focused research in technology education. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 51–66.

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Keown, P., Parker, L., & Tiakiwai, S. (2005). Values in the New Zealand curriculum: A literature review on values in the curriculum. Report for the Ministry of Education, New Zealand by the Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, School of Education, The University of Waikato.

Kerr, D., & Nelson, J. (2006, October). PDF icon. Active citizenship in INCA countries: Definitions, policies, practices and outcomes (PDF, 520 KB) .

Kohler, M., Harbon, L., Fischmann, V., McLaughlin, M., and Liddicoat, A. J. (2006, February). Quality teaching – Views from the profession. BABEL, Journal of the AFMLTA, 40(3), 23–30.
This is an in-depth discussion of the important characteristics of accomplished language teachers.

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Le Métais, J. (2002). New Zealand stocktake: An international critique. Slough, Berkshire, UK: National Foundation for Educational Research.

Le Métais, J. (2007). PDF icon. Critique of the New Zealand curriculum: Draft for consultation 2006 (PDF, 518 KB) . Berkshire, UK: Le Métais Consulting. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Liddicoat, A. J., Papademetre, L., Scarino, A., & Kohler, M. (2003, July). PDF icon. Report on intercultural language learning (PDF, 2 MB) . Australia: Department of Education, Science and Training.

Limbrick, L., & Aikman, M. (n.d.). Word icon. Literacy and English: A discussion document prepared for the Ministry of Education (Word, 171 KB) .

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Milne, I. (2004, October). Word icon. Aims and goals for science education (Word, 41 KB) [abridged editorial]. New Zealand Science Teacher, 107.

Milne, L. (2004). Put your finger on your nose if you are proud of your technology: Technology in the new entrant classroom. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 31–36.

Ministry of Education (n.d.). The effects of curricula and assessment on pedagogical approaches and on educational outcomes.

Ministry of Education. (1993). The New Zealand curriculum framework. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1995). Chinese in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1995). Spanish in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1996). PDF icon. Samoan in the New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 589 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1996). Te reo Māori i roto i te marautanga o Aotearoa. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1996). Te whāriki: He whāriki mātauranga mō ngā mokopuna o Aotearoa Early childhood curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education. (1998). Japanese in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education (2001, January). PDF icon. A summary of feedback from the first meeting of the Curriculum Stocktake Reference Group (PDF, 147 KB) .

Ministry of Education. (2002). PDF icon. Cook Islands Māori in the New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 953 KB) (Draft). Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Curriculum, learning and effective pedagogy: A Literature review in science education. Report for the Ministry of Education from the University of Waikato and NZCER, with Auckland College of Education. Wellington: Author.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Curriculum stocktake report to Minister of Education. Wellington: Author.

Ministry of Education. (2002). French in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). German in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Korean in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Learning languages: A guide for New Zealand schools. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: English, languages, science and social studies. [Second of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, mathematics and technology. [One of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Ministry of Education. (2004). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, the arts, and health and physical education. [National School Sampling Study reports]

Ministry of Education. (2004). PISA 2000: The New Zealand context.

Ministry of Education (2004). The New Zealand curriculum exemplars. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2004). The arts strategy – Frequently asked questions and answers.

Ministry of Education. (2005, March). PDF icon. Key competencies: The New Zealand Curriculum/Marautanga Project (Issue 2) (PDF, 248 KB) .

Ministry of Education. (2005). Progress in international reading literacy study – PIRLS.

Ministry of Education. (2005). The schooling strategy 2005–2010.

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. Achievement objectives by learning area (PDF, 2 MB) .

Ministry of Education. (2007). Word icon. Mathematics and statistics: Review of the draft curriculum statement (Word, 122 KB) . Wellington: Author.

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. Preparing to lead curriculum change (PDF, 1 MB) .

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. The New Zealand Curriculum for English-medium teaching and learning in years 1–13 (PDF, 7 MB) . Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. Years and curriculum levels (PDF, 597 KB) .

Moreland, J. & Jones, A. (2000). Emerging assessment practices in an emergent curriculum: Implications for technology. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 10(3), 283–305.

Moreland, J., Jones, A., & Northover, A. (2001). Enhancing teachers' technological and assessment practices to enhance student learning in technology: A two year classroom study. Research in Science Education, 31(1), 155–176.

Moreland, J. (2004). Putting students at the centre: Developing effective learners in primary technology classrooms. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 37–43.

Music Education New Zealand website.
http://www.nzsme.org.nz/

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National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP) website.
http://nemp.otago.ac.nz/

National Foundation for Educational Research (UK) website.
http://www.nfer.ac.uk/

New Zealand Association for Drama in Education website.

New Zealand Music Commission website.
http://www.nzmusic.org.nz/

New Zealand Secondary School Arts Coordinators Project website.
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/arts/ssac/index_e.php

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O'Connor, P., & Dunmill, M. (2005, August). Word icon. Key competencies and the arts in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 89 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

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Patara, L. (2007). PDF icon. Report to Ministry of Education on draft New Zealand curriculum 2006 (PDF, 95 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Petrina, S. (2000). The political ecology of design and technology education: An inquiry into methods. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 10, 207–237.

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Word icon. Quick guide to the draft technology curriculum (Word, 41 KB) .

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Robertson, J. (2005). Word icon. Making sense of health promotion in context of health and physical education curriculum learning (Word, 177 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Rutherford, J. (2004, December). Word icon. Key competencies in the New Zealand curriculum: A snapshot of consultation (Word, 151 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Rychen, D. S. & Salganik, L. H. (Eds.). (2003). Key competencies for a successful life and a well-functioning society. Switzerland: Hogrefe & Huber. [For details, see Hogrefe and Huber website].

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Scarino, A. (2004). Word icon. Response to draft essence statement learning languages (Word, 40 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Scarino, A. (2005, October). Word icon. Learning languages in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 173 KB) . Paper commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education for the New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Science assessment results 1999: National Education Monitoring Report 13. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Sinnema, C. E. L. (2004, August). PDF icon. Social sciences, social studies or a new term?: The dilemma of naming a learning area (PDF, 785 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Word icon. Social sciences consultation paper (Word, 55 KB) . (n.d.). Paper developed by representatives of Aotearoa New Zealand Federation of Social Studies Associations (ANZFSSA), Board of Geography Teachers (BOG), New Zealand History Teachers Association (NZHTA), Commercial Educators Teachers Association (CETA), for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Social studies assessment results 2001: National Education Monitoring Report 22. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Street, P. (2006, October). Word icon. Home economics education in New Zealand: A position statement (Word, 150 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Stuart, D. (2005). Word icon. Educator responses to food-related school business relationships from a socio-ecological and health promotion perspective (Word, 162 KB) .

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Tagg, A., Holton, D., & Thomas, G. (2004). Word icon. The teaching and learning of geometry and measurement: A review of literature (Word, 296 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Tasker, G. (2006, August). Word icon. ‘It makes you think outside the square’ – Examining the relationships between students’ perceptions of their learning in senior secondary health education, the proposed key competencies, the schooling strategy 2005–2010 and learning in the knowledge rich (Word, 134 KB) .

Te Kaupapa Marautanga o Aotearoa web page.
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/marautanga/index_m.php

Word icon. Technology education: Proposed changes and why (Word, 41 KB) . (2005, July). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

TIMMS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study) home page.
http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/themes/research/timss

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Wallhead, T. L., & Buckworth, J. (2004). The role of physical education in the promotion of youth physical activity. Quest, 56, 285–301.

Watson, S., Bowen, E., Tao, L. & Earle, K. (2006a). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006: Analysis of long submissions – Draft supplementary report (PDF, 645 KB) . Wellington, NZ: Lift Education. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Watson, S., Bowen, E., Tao, L. & Earle, K. (2006b). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006: Analysis of long submissions – Report (PDF, 1 MB) . Wellington, NZ: Lift Education. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Vision, values, and principles

Brewerton, M. (2004, October). Word icon. Thoughts on what students need to learn at school: Summary for discussion purposes (Word, 184 KB) . Paper prepared for Ministry of Education.

Keown, P., Parker, L., & Tiakiwai, S. (2005). Values in the New Zealand curriculum: A literature review on values in the curriculum. Report for the Ministry of Education, New Zealand by the Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, School of Education, The University of Waikato.

Kerr, D., & Nelson, J. (2006, October). PDF icon. Active citizenship in INCA countries: Definitions, policies, practices and outcomes (PDF, 520 KB) .

Key competencies

Barker, M., Hipkins, R., & Bartholomew, R. (2004, July). Word icon. Reframing the essential skills: Implications for and from the science curriculum (Word, 94 KB) .
Report for the Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand.

Boyd, S., & Watson, V. (2006, December). PDF icon. Shifting the frame: Exploring integration of the key competencies at six normal schools (PDF, 2 MB) . Wellington: NZCER.

Brewerton, M. (2004, February). Word icon. Reframing the essential skills: Implications of the OECD Defining and Selecting Key Competencies Project – A background paper (Word, 256 KB) .
Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Brewerton, M. (2004, October). Word icon. Thoughts on what students need to learn at school: Summary for discussion purposes (Word, 184 KB) .
Paper prepared for Ministry of Education.

Burrows, L. (2005, June). Word icon. Proposed key competencies and health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 154 KB) .
Paper prepared for the New Zealand Ministry of Education New Zealand Curriculum/Marautanga Project.

Carr, M. (2006, September). . University of Waikato.

Hipkins, R. (2007) PDF icon. Assessing key competencies: Why would we? How could we? (PDF, 272 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Word icon. Curriculum project discussion paper: Key competencies (Word, 64 KB) . (n.d.).
Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Hipkins, R. (2006, June). PDF icon. The nature of the key competencies: A background paper (PDF, 653 KB) . Wellington: NZCER. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Hipkins, R., Boyd, S., & Joyce, C. (2005). PDF icon. Documenting learning of the key competencies: What are the issues? A discussion paper (PDF, 726 KB) . Wellington: NZCER.  

Hipkins, R., Roberts, J., & Bolstad, R. (2007). Kick starts: Key competencies – the journey begins. Wellington: NZCER Press.

Ministry of Education. (2005, March). PDF icon. Key competencies: The New Zealand Curriculum/Marautanga Project (Issue 2) (PDF, 248 KB) .

O'Connor, P., & Dunmill, M. (2005, August). Word icon. Key competencies and the arts in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 89 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Rutherford, J. (2004, December). Word icon. Key competencies in the New Zealand curriculum: A snapshot of consultation (Word, 151 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Rychen, D. S. & Salganik, L. H. (Eds.). (2003). Key competencies for a successful life and a well-functioning society. Switzerland: Hogrefe & Huber. [For details, see Hogrefe and Huber website.]

School curriculum design

Bolstad, R. (2004, July). Word icon. School-based curriculum development: principles, processes, and practices - A background paper on school-based curriculum development for the New Zealand Curriculum Project (Word, 675 KB) . Wellington: NZCER.

Boyd, S., & Watson, V. (2006, December). PDF icon. Shifting the frame: Exploring integration of the key competencies at six normal schools (PDF, 2 MB) . Wellington: NZCER.

Flockton, L. (2007). PDF icon. School curriculum design and review (PDF, 274 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media. A resource prepared for the Ministry of Education.

PDF icon. From the New Zealand Curriculum to School Curriculum – booklet (PDF, 14 MB) . (2007) Wellington: Learning Media. A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Kerr, D., & Nelson, J. (2006, October). PDF icon. Active citizenship in INCA countries: Definitions, policies, practices and outcomes (PDF, 520 KB) .

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. Preparing to lead curriculum change (PDF, 1 MB) .

Arts

Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ) website.
http://www.danz.org.nz/

Fitzpatrick, K., & O'Brien, P. (2005). The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum and the Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (Word 30KB).

Music Education New Zealand website.
http://www.nzsme.org.nz/

New Zealand Association for Drama in Education website.
http://www.art-search.com/listings/19650/ new_zealand_association_for_drama_in_education

New Zealand Music Commission website.
http://www.nzmusic.org.nz/

New Zealand Secondary Schools Arts Coordinators Project website.
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/arts/ssac/index_e.php

O'Connor, P., & Dunmill, M. (2005, August). Word icon. Key competencies and the arts in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 89 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

English

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Section 3: Language and languages. Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

Crooks, T.J., & Flockton, L.C. (2003). Writing assessment results 2002: National Education Monitoring Report 27. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga. (2002, June). Writing in years 5 to 8: An evaluation of writing programmes. Wellington: Author.

Flockton, L. C., & Crooks, T.J. (2001). Reading and speaking assessment results 2000: National Education Monitoring Report 19. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Flockton, L. C., & Crooks, T.J. (2003). Listening and viewing assessment results 2002: National Education Monitoring Report 25. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Fowler, M. (2005, March). Word icon. Refloating a stranded curriculum? Restructuring the English curriculum into receptive and productive strands (Word, 121 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Horrocks, R., & Hoben, N. (2005, July). Word icon. Media studies and English in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 138 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Limbrick, L., & Aikman, M. (n.d.). Word icon. Literacy and English: A discussion document prepared for the Ministry of Education (Word, 171 KB) .

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: English, languages, science and social studies. [Second of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Ministry of Education. (2004). PISA 2000: The New Zealand context.

Ministry of Education. (2005). Progress in international reading literacy study – PIRLS.

Health and physical education

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Section 8: Health and physical education. Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

Burrows, L. (2005, June). Word icon. Proposed key competencies and health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 154 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Culpan, I. (2005, November). Word icon. Physical education: What is it all about? The muddled puzzle (Word, 307 KB) .

Dewar, S. (2001, June). PDF icon. Implementing health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum: A report of the experiences of a national sample of schools (PDF, 337 KB) . The Research Bulletin, 12, 81–97.

Gatman, V. (2005, December). Word icon. Physical activity and physical education within health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum: A primary school teacher's perspective (Word, 191 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland.

Hipkins, R. (n.d.). Word icon. Rethinking the self and the social in the ‘knowledge age’: Learning opportunities provided by health and physical education in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 88 KB) . Unpublished paper from NZCER.

Ministry of Education. (2004). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, the arts, and health and physical education. Curriculum stocktake: National school sampling study.

National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP) website.
http://nemp.otago.ac.nz/

Robertson, J. (2005). Word icon. Making sense of health promotion in context of health and physical education curriculum learning (Word, 177 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Street, P. (2006, October). Word icon. Home economics education in New Zealand: A position statement (Word, 150 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Stuart, D. (2005). Word icon. Educator responses to food-related school business relationships from a socio-ecological and health promotion perspective (Word, 162 KB) .

Tasker, G. (2006, August). Word icon. ‘It makes you think outside the square’ – Examining the relationships between students’ perceptions of their learning in senior secondary health education, the proposed key competencies, the schooling strategy 2005–2010 and learning in the knowledge rich (Word, 134 KB) .

Wallhead, T. L., & Buckworth, J. (2004). The role of physical education in the promotion of youth physical activity. Quest, 56, 285–301.

Learning languages

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Section 3: Language and languages. Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

Council of Europe. (2001). Word icon. Common European framework of reference for Languages: Common reference levels (Word, 37 KB) . Common European framework of reference for languages: Learning, teaching and assessment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crabbe, D. (2005). Word icon. The essence of learning second languages in the New Zealand school context (Word, 80 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Erlam, R. (n.d.). (Draft) Word icon. Learning languages in the New Zealand curriculum: Implications for pedagogy and assessment (Word, 251 KB) . The University of Auckland.

Kohler, M., Harbon, L., Fischmann, V., McLaughlin, M., and Liddicoat, A. J. (2006, February). Quality teaching – Views from the profession. BABEL, Journal of the AFMLTA, 40(3), 23–30.
This is an in-depth discussion of the important characteristics of accomplished language teachers.

Liddicoat, A. J., Papademetre, L., Scarino, A., & Kohler, M. (2003, July). PDF icon. Report on intercultural language learning (PDF, 2 MB) . Australia: Department of Education, Science and Training.

Ministry of Education. (1995). Chinese in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1995). Spanish in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1996). PDF icon. Samoan in the New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 589 KB) . Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1996). Te reo Māori i roto i te marautanga o Aotearoa. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (1998). Japanese in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). PDF icon. Cook Islands Māori in the New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 953 KB) (Draft) . Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). French in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). German in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Korean in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Learning languages: A guide for New Zealand schools. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: English, languages, science and social studies. [Second of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Scarino, A. (2004). Word icon. Response to draft essence statement learning languages (Word, 40 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Scarino, A. (2005, October). Word icon. Learning languages in the New Zealand curriculum (Word, 173 KB) . Paper commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education for The New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Mathematics and statistics

Auckland UniServices Ltd. (2003). PDF icon. asTTle technical report 36: Mathematics curriculum framework and map – levels 2–6 (PDF, 260 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland.

Auckland UniServices Ltd. (2004, August). Word icon. The school statistics curriculum: Statistics and probability education literature review (Word, 279 KB) . Paper prepared by A. Begg, M. Pfannkuch, M. Camden, P. Hughes, A. Noble, & C. Wilde for the Mathematics Curriculum Reference Group, Ministry of Education.

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, mathematics and technology. [One of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Ministry of Education. (2007). Word icon. Mathematics and statistics: Review of the draft curriculum statement (Word, 122 KB) . Wellington: Author.

Tagg, A., Holton, D., & Thomas, G. (2004). Word icon. The teaching and learning of geometry and measurement: A review of literature (Word, 296 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

TIMMS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study) home page.

Wright, V. (2007). . A paper prepared for the Ministry of Education.

Science

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Section 5: Science. Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

Barker, M. (2004, July). Word icon. Key aims for science education in New Zealand schools in the 21st century: Messages from the international literature (Word, 82 KB) . Commissioned report for the Ministry of Education.

Barker, M., Hipkins, R., & Bartholomew, R. (2004, July). Word icon. Reframing the essential skills: Implications for and from the science curriculum (Word, 94 KB) . A commissioned research report for the Ministry of Education, Wellington.

Compton, V. (2004, October). Word icon. The relationship between science and technology (Word, 40 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga (2001, April). The New Zealand curriculum: An ERO perspective. Wellington: Education Review Office.

Milne, I. (2004, October). Word icon. Aims and goals for science education (Word, 41 KB) [abridged editorial]. New Zealand Science Teacher, 107.

Ministry of Education. (2002). Curriculum, learning and effective pedagogy: A Literature review in science education. Report for the Ministry of Education from the University of Waikato and NZCER, with Auckland College of Education. Wellington: Author.

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, mathematics, and technology. [One of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Science assessment results 1999: National Education Monitoring Report 13. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

TIMMS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study) home page.

Social sciences

Australian Council of Educational Research. (2002). Section 7: Social studies. Report on the New Zealand national curriculum.

Word icon. A position paper: Social studies in the New Zealand school curriculum (Word, 67 KB) . (n.d.). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Baldwin, R. (2007, September). Word icon. A way forward with the new social sciences curriculum: Approaches to planning programmes for schools (Word, 46 KB) . Canterbury: UC Education Plus.

Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga (2001, April). The New Zealand curriculum: An ERO perspective. Wellington: Education Review Office.

Kerr, D., & Nelson, J. (2006, October). PDF icon. Active citizenship in INCA countries: Definitions, policies, practices and outcomes (PDF, 520 KB) .

Ministry of Education. (2003). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: English, languages, science and social studies. [Second of three National School Sampling Study reports]

Sinnema, C. E. L. (2004, August). PDF icon. Social sciences, social studies or a new term?: The dilemma of naming a learning area (PDF, 785 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Word icon. Social sciences consultation paper (Word, 55 KB) . (n.d.). Paper developed by representatives of Aotearoa New Zealand Federation of Social Studies Associations (ANZFSSA), Board of Geography Teachers (BOG), New Zealand History Teachers Association (NZHTA), Commercial Educators Teachers Association (CETA), for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Social studies assessment results 2001: National Education Monitoring Report 22. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

Technology

Burns, J. (1997). Technology-intervening in the world. In J. Burns (Ed.), Technology in the New Zealand curriculum – perspectives on practice (pp.15–30). Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press.

Compton, V. (2004, June). Word icon. Technological knowledge: A developing framework for technology education in New Zealand (Word, 154 KB) . Briefing paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Compton, V. (2004, October). Word icon. The relationship between science and technology (Word, 40 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Compton, V., Dinning, N. & Keith, G. (2007). PDF icon. Report to Technology Writing Group: Summary of feedback and recommendations for change (PDF, 205 KB) .

Compton, V., & France, B. (2006, September). Word icon. Discussion document: Background information on the new strands (Word, 94 KB) . Faculty of Education, University of Auckland.

Compton, V., & Harwood, C. (2006, September). Word icon. Discussion document: Design ideas for future technology programmes (Word, 106 KB) .

Compton, V., & Jones, A. (2004, November). Word icon. The nature of technology: Briefing paper prepared for the New Zealand Ministry of Education Curriculum Project (Word, 103 KB) .

Compton, V. J., & Jones, A. J. (2003, October). Visionary practice or curriculum imposition: Why it matters for implementation. In conference proceedings of Technology Education New Zealand, Biannual Conference, Hamilton.

Compton, V. J., & Harwood, C. D. (2003). Enhancing technological practice: An assessment framework for technology education in New Zealand. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 13(1), 1–26.

Compton, V. J., & Harwood, C. D. (2004). Moving from the one-off: Supporting progression in technology. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 23–30.

Davies Burns, J. (2000). Learning about technology in society: Developing a liberating literacy. In J. Ziman (Ed.), Technological innovation as an evolutionary process (pp. 299–311). Cambridge, U.K: Cambridge University Press.

France, B. (1999, December). Technological literacy: A realisable goal or a chimera? ACE Papers, (5), 38–52.

Jones, A. (2003). The development of a national curriculum in technology for New Zealand. International Journal of technology and design education, 13, 83–99.

Jones, A., & Moreland, J. (2003). Developing classroom-focused research in technology education. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 51–66.

Milne, L. (2004). Put your finger on your nose if you are proud of your technology: Technology in the new entrant classroom. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 31–36.

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Moreland, J. & Jones, A. (2000). Emerging assessment practices in an emergent curriculum: Implications for technology. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 10(3), 283–305.

Moreland, J., Jones, A., & Northover, A. (2001). Enhancing teachers' technological and assessment practices to enhance student learning in technology: A two year classroom study. Research in Science Education, 31(1), 155–176.

Moreland, J. (2004). Putting students at the centre: Developing effective learners in primary technology classrooms. Research Information for Teachers, 1, 37–43.

Petrina, S. (2000). The political ecology of design and technology education: An inquiry into methods. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 10, 207–237.

Word icon. Quick guide to the draft technology curriculum (Word, 41 KB) .

Word icon. Technology education: Proposed changes and why (Word, 41 KB) . (2005, July). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education's New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Marautanga o Aotearoa

Ministry of Education. (1993). The New Zealand curriculum framework. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education. (2004). Teachers' experiences in curriculum implementation: General curriculum, the arts, and health and physical education. Curriculum Stocktake: National School Sampling Study. [One of the National School Sampling Study reports]

Te whāriki

Ministry of Education. (1996). Te Whāriki: He Whāriki Mātauranga mō ngā Mokopuna o Aotearoa: Early Childhood Education. Wellington: Learning Media.

General

Aitken, G. (2007). PDF icon. Commentary for MoE Reference Group Meeting, 1–2 March 2007 on reports analysing submissions to the New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation, 2006 (PDF, 55 KB) . Auckland: University of Auckland. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Carroll-Lind, J., Bevan-Brown, J., & Kearney, A. (n.d.) PDF icon. Critique of the New Zealand draft Curriculum: An inclusive/special education perspective (PDF, 179 KB) . Massey University College of Education.

Colmar Brunton. (2006). PowerPoint icon. The draft New Zealand curriculum – penetration & understanding (PowerPoint, 5 MB) . [PowerPoint presentation] Presentation prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Colmar Brunton. (2007). PowerPoint icon. The draft New Zealand curriculum – feedback questionnaire results (PowerPoint, 5 MB) . [PowerPoint presentation] Presentation prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Crooks, T.J., & Flockton, L.C. (2003). Writing assessment results 2002: National Education Monitoring Report 27. Dunedin: Educational Assessment Research Unit.

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Doig, C. (2007). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum: Draft for consultation 2006 – Impact of the feedback on the final curriculum (PDF, 522 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga (2001, April). The New Zealand curriculum: An ERO perspective. Wellington: Education Review Office.

Ferguson, S. (2007). PDF icon. Commentary on the New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006 (PDF, 84 KB) . Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Flockton, L. (2007). PDF icon. Consideration of submissions and questionnaire responses on the draft New Zealand curriculum (PDF, 387 KB) . Dunedin: University of Otago. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Kerr, D., Nelson, J. (2006, October). PDF icon. Active citizenship in INCA countries: Definitions, policies, practices and outcomes (PDF, 520 KB) .

Le Métais, J. (2002). New Zealand stocktake: An international critique. Slough, Berkshire, UK: National Foundation for Educational Research.

Le Métais, J. (2007). PDF icon. Critique of the New Zealand curriculum: Draft for consultation 2006 (PDF, 518 KB) . Berkshire, UK: Le Métais Consulting. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Ministry of Education (n.d.). The effects of curricula and assessment on pedagogical approaches and on educational outcomes.

Ministry of Education (2001, January). PDF icon. A summary of feedback from the first meeting of the Curriculum Stocktake Reference Group (PDF, 147 KB) .

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Ministry of Education. (2004). PISA 2000: The New Zealand context.

Ministry of Education (2004). The New Zealand curriculum exemplars. Wellington: Learning Media Ltd.

Ministry of Education (2005). The schooling strategy 2005–2010.

Ministry of Education. (2007). PDF icon. The New Zealand Curriculum for English-medium teaching and learning in years 1–13 (PDF, 7 MB) . Wellington: Learning Media.

National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP) website.
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National Foundation for Educational Research (UK) website.
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Patara, L. (2007). PDF icon. Report to Ministry of Education on draft New Zealand curriculum 2006 (PDF, 95 KB) . Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Watson, S., Bowen, E., Tao, L. & Earle, K. (2006a). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006: Analysis of long submissions – Draft supplementary report (PDF, 645 KB) . Wellington, NZ: Lift Education. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

Watson, S., Bowen, E., Tao, L. & Earle, K. (2006b). PDF icon. The New Zealand curriculum draft for consultation 2006: Analysis of long submissions – Report (PDF, 1 MB) . Wellington, NZ: Lift Education. Paper prepared for the Ministry of Education’s New Zealand Curriculum Marautanga Project.

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