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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.

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
PEP document cover.

Pasifika Education Plan – Policy to practice

16/09/14

This blog post takes a closer look at the Pasifika Education Plan and the Pasifika Education Implementation Plan. It offers reflective questions, ideas, stories, and resources to support and inspire schools to make a difference for all Pasifika students.

Tags:
community engagement
cultural diversity
Pasifika
Ka Hikitia cover page.

A closer look at Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013-2017

13/02/14

The blog posts look closely at different aspects of the Māori education strategy and provide questions, resources, and suggested actions for school leaders and kaiako.

Tags:
community engagement
ka hikitia
māori achievement
partnerships

School charters

16/07/13

A closer look at school charters with examples from New Zealand Schools.

Tags:
community engagement
vision
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Engaging the community through your school website

08/07/13

This blog post invites you to reflect on your school's current website and consider the messages that it is sending to students, families, whānau, and communities.

Tags:
community engagement
partnerships
Boys in traditional costume.

Funds of knowledge

26/11/12

Funds of knowledge are the bodies of knowledge that underlie the activities in households. The Funds of Knowledge project began in a bid to “develop innovations in teaching that draw upon the knowledge and skills found in local households” (Moll et al, 1992).

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community engagement
cultural diversity
Inclusion