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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.

Students in dress ups.

Beginning a journey into play

19/03/19

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
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

Involving your community in curriculum design

05/01/16

When approaching school-based curriculum design the involvement of your school community is crucial. NZC Online recently asked questions through social media about where we could help schools with school-based curriculum design and community engagement. At the heart of all your responses were questions around implementation, sustainability, and longevity. 

This blog highlights stories from New Zealand schools as an impetus for discussion in your school context. Resources and ideas are provided to help you explore implementation, sustainability, and longevity of your school community engagement.

Tags:
community engagement
curriculum design and review
Take a guided tour sign.

Reviewing your curriculum – A guided tour

15/08/14

Reviewing your curriculum is an online space that provides access to information, research, tools, suggested areas of focus, and inspirational stories to support schools in the process of curriculum design and review. This blog post explains what is on offer within the four key sections of the new package.

Tags:
curriculum design and review
local curriculum

The New Zealand Curriculum - The journey so far

03/10/11

This powerpoint was created by Sonia Glogowski, Acting Project Manager, NZ Curriculum Project, Ministry of Education. It outlines the journey so far for the implementation of the New Zealand Curriculum.

PowerPoint icon. The New Zealand Curriculum - The journey so far (PowerPoint, 11 MB)

Tags:
curriculum design and review
leading change
Working with the big screen.

Learning spaces and effective pedagogy: What does our space 'say'?

24/11/10

This document supports school leaders facilitate dialogue on the design of their schools’ learning space, both physical and virtual.
Through engagement in this process, groups reflect on effective pedagogy: How does ‘our space’ support teacher actions that promote student learning?

Word icon. Learning spaces and effective pedagogy (Word, 60 KB)

Tags:
curriculum design and review
effective pedagogy
Developing a school curriculum.

Developing a school curriculum

31/08/10

This resource shows aspects of developing a school curriculum, outlines what the documentation might look like, and how this connects with systems and structures in your school.

Tags:
curriculum design and review
Screenshot of the framework.

Framework for implementing NZC

29/07/10

This framework may be helpful to schools reviewing where they are at and where they need to go. It gives suggestions for discussions and documentation to support development of a school-based curriculum.

Tags:
curriculum design and review