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This blog contains many ideas and resources for talking about the curriculum in your school. Click on the find more link to see the full blog posts.

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Reviewing your curriculum – Possible pathways

26/11/19

This blog provides tools and resources to help you explore the directions for student learning in The New Zealand Curriculum. Choose an area of focus to strengthen your local curriculum. Reviewing one part of the curriculum inevitably leads to thinking about the other parts. As you embed changes you can revisit this blog to find support in other areas. 

Tags:
curriculum design and review
Leslee Allen.

Some misunderstandings about play

21/10/19

Leslee Allen, principal of Kaurihohore School, is an advocate and practitioner of play-based learning. In this blog, Leslee responds to three common misunderstandings about play. This is the third blog in a three part series about learning through play.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
student outcomes
Students in dress ups.

Beginning a journey into play

18/10/19

Leslee Allen, principal of Kaurihohore School, is an advocate and practitioner of play-based learning. In this blog, Leslee shares key considerations for teachers who are interested in beginning a journey into play.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
student outcomes
Students in dress ups.

Beginning a journey into play

18/10/19

Leslee Allen, principal of Kaurihohore School, is an advocate and practitioner of play-based learning. In this blog, Leslee shares key considerations for teachers who are interested in beginning a journey into play.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
student outcomes
Celia Fleck.

Creating a connected curriculum

25/07/19

In this blog, Celia Fleck explains the importance of making connections in your local curriculum and offers practical suggestions on how you can connect your learners to the health and physical education learning area.

Tags:
coherence
curriculum design and review
health and physical education
Oakura School – Homes for penguins.

Learning locally – Connecting kids to their community

04/06/19

Are you looking for ways to explore and develop your local curriculum? One way to get started is to identify the rich learning opportunities that exist in your own community. This blog offers some ideas, stories, and questions to help your students “learn locally”.  

Tags:
community engagement
curriculum design and review
Leslee Allen.

Some misunderstandings about play

21/10/19

Leslee Allen, principal of Kaurihohore School, is an advocate and practitioner of play-based learning. In this blog, Leslee responds to three common misunderstandings about play. This is the third blog in a three part series about learning through play.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
student outcomes
Students in dress ups.

Beginning a journey into play

18/10/19

Leslee Allen, principal of Kaurihohore School, is an advocate and practitioner of play-based learning. In this blog, Leslee shares key considerations for teachers who are interested in beginning a journey into play.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
student outcomes
student building hut

Learning through play – What's it all about?

20/02/19

This blog explores what learning through play is all about and shares how some schools are designing a play-based curriculum.

Tags:
Curriculum
primary
Greg Fenton, principal of Havelock North High School.

Lifelong learners at Havelock North High

18/09/18

Greg Fenton, principal of Havelock North High School, shares some of the highlights from his recent sabbatical where he explored how to further engage students in lifelong learning.

Tags:
curriculum design and review
key competencies

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