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  • Resource Information:
    Added: 20/01/2014

    EDtalk: Trevor Bond - Building question askers not question answerers (7:29 min)

    CORE Education's Trevor Bond explores how we create an environment for our students to be inquiring lifelong learners. He challenges us to think about if our students spend more time asking questions or answering questions.

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    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Where PDF files of original material are held on this site, written permission has been sought and granted by the author or publisher. All summaries and citations have been correctly referenced to the original source. Where this does not occur, or the citation is incorrect, users or owners of material referenced are invited to contact the project director with the details to: leadership@tki.govt.nz

     

    The New Zealand Ministry of Education does not accept any responsibility for inaccurate, out-of-date, or misleading information. The Ministry does not have editorial rights over sites that are linked to from Educational Leaders and is not responsible for their content or the content of the links you may access in the resources listed.

     

    Any information, endorsements of products or services, materials, or personal opinions appearing on such external sites are not controlled, sponsored, nor approved by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

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    Added: 09/01/2014

    The essence of school leadership for the 21st century

    Jeff Johnstone, principal of Willow Park School, explains the essence of school leadership for the 21st century.

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    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Where PDF files of original material are held on this site, written permission has been sought and granted by the author or publisher. All summaries and citations have been correctly referenced to the original source. Where this does not occur, or the citation is incorrect, users or owners of material referenced are invited to contact the project director with the details to: leadership@tki.govt.nz

     

    The New Zealand Ministry of Education does not accept any responsibility for inaccurate, out-of-date, or misleading information. The Ministry does not have editorial rights over sites that are linked to from Educational Leaders and is not responsible for their content or the content of the links you may access in the resources listed.

     

    Any information, endorsements of products or services, materials, or personal opinions appearing on such external sites are not controlled, sponsored, nor approved by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

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    Added: 18/12/2013

    Success for all

    Lynne Silcock from the Ministry of Education discusses how Universal Design for Learning theory and technology together can support success for all.

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    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Where PDF files of original material are held on this site, written permission has been sought and granted by the author or publisher. All summaries and citations have been correctly referenced to the original source. Where this does not occur, or the citation is incorrect, users or owners of material referenced are invited to contact the project director with the details to: leadership@tki.govt.nz

     

    The New Zealand Ministry of Education does not accept any responsibility for inaccurate, out-of-date, or misleading information. The Ministry does not have editorial rights over sites that are linked to from Educational Leaders and is not responsible for their content or the content of the links you may access in the resources listed.

     

    Any information, endorsements of products or services, materials, or personal opinions appearing on such external sites are not controlled, sponsored, nor approved by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

  • Resource Information:
    Added: 04/11/2013

    Split-screen thinking

    Kelburn Normal School based their split-screen thinking model on Guy Claxton's work - looking at two processes or multi-processes at once.

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    Copyright

     

    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Where PDF files of original material are held on this site, written permission has been sought and granted by the author or publisher. All summaries and citations have been correctly referenced to the original source. Where this does not occur, or the citation is incorrect, users or owners of material referenced are invited to contact the project director with the details to: leadership@tki.govt.nz

     

    The New Zealand Ministry of Education does not accept any responsibility for inaccurate, out-of-date, or misleading information. The Ministry does not have editorial rights over sites that are linked to from Educational Leaders and is not responsible for their content or the content of the links you may access in the resources listed.

     

    Any information, endorsements of products or services, materials, or personal opinions appearing on such external sites are not controlled, sponsored, nor approved by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

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    Added: 04/11/2013

    Teaching as inquiry

    De-privatising practice – opening up classrooms, practice, and discussion – involved teachers looking at themselves as inquirer and learner. Here they share reflections on the action research within their classrooms for themselves and their students.

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    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Where PDF files of original material are held on this site, written permission has been sought and granted by the author or publisher. All summaries and citations have been correctly referenced to the original source. Where this does not occur, or the citation is incorrect, users or owners of material referenced are invited to contact the project director with the details to: leadership@tki.govt.nz

     

    The New Zealand Ministry of Education does not accept any responsibility for inaccurate, out-of-date, or misleading information. The Ministry does not have editorial rights over sites that are linked to from Educational Leaders and is not responsible for their content or the content of the links you may access in the resources listed.

     

    Any information, endorsements of products or services, materials, or personal opinions appearing on such external sites are not controlled, sponsored, nor approved by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

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    Added: 14/10/2013

    Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!

    A video adaptation of the book "Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!" Students of Diffendoofer School celebrate their unusual teachers and curriculum even though they are faced with a High Stakes all school test.

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    Copyright

     

    This website and its contents including pages, documents, online graphics, audio and video are subject to copyright laws of New Zealand and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by the Ministry of Education (New Zealand), unless indicated in the body of the document.

     

    Copyright protects the original skill and effort of an author of copyright works from unauthorised replication of that work.

     

    For material copyright to the Ministry of Education:

     

    You may view this website and its contents and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or private study, but only if you:

     

    (a) do not modify the copy; and
    (b) include the copyright notice "© Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand" on the copy.

     

    You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt, re-distribute or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except with the prior written consent of the Ministry of Education and any conditions specified by the Ministry.

     

    For material with third-party copyright:

     

    The permission to reproduce Crown copyright-protected material does not extend to any material on this site that is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

     

    Privacy statement

     

    You may browse and access information on this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide information, we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep your personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. If you want to check personal information that we hold, please write to:

     

    The Privacy Officer
    Ministry of Education
    P O Box 1666
    Thorndon
    Wellington.

     

    For more information on privacy, please visit the Privacy Commissioner's website.

     

    Unsolicited email

     

    Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.

     

    Web accessibility

     

    The Ministry of Education is currently in the process of redeveloping its existing websites. This process includes ensuring that we comply with the New Zealand Government's Web and Accessibility Guidelines.

     

    Until that exercise has been completed, if you have difficulty navigating or accessing any of the information that this site provides, please contact the Ministry on 0800 422 599 or email Web.Services@minedu.govt.nz, and we will endeavour to supply you with the information being sought.

     

    Disclaimer

     

    This site has been compiled from information obtained from sources commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and within the Ministry, and is subject to change without notice. The Ministry has used its best endeavours to ensure that the information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein.

     

    Inclusion of resources or suggested sites does not imply endorsement by the Ministry of Education, nor does exclusion imply the opposite. In each instance, it remains the user's responsibility to:

     

    · conduct their own evaluation of a product, including consideration of the safety of students, the security of data and the accuracy and reliability of content (particularly with regard to social software or web 2.0)
    · give their own independent consideration to the license and other contractual terms proposed by the supplier.

     

    Links to external websites on Educational Leaders are intended for school leaders' professional learning. In using Educational Leaders, users agree to evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any content and associated links, including any reliance on accuracy, completeness or usefulness of such content.

     

    Educational Leaders contains links to Internet sites that may be of interest to viewers, but which are not owned or controlled by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    Registered users of Educational Leaders are invited to comment on its resource materials through an online feedback facility. While these comments may be of interest to viewers, they are not owned, controlled or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

    The Ministry of Education hosts principals' sabbatical reports on Educational Leaders as part of the sabbatical scheme agreements. While the sabbatical reports may be of interest to viewers, their content is not owned, controlled, or necessarily endorsed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

     

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    EDtalks: Thinking about learning (7:12min)

    Education Consultant Julia Atkin shares some of the key principles she has formed over her 30 years in education, including the importance of working in an environment of trust and mutual respect, and the importance of enabling learners to drive their own learning. In this EDtalk Julia shares many valuable messages for teachers and school leaders.

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    YouTube Teachers

    YouTube EDU currently includes over 700,000 high quality educational videos from over 800 channels. A team of teachers around the country scour the site to uncover the latest and greatest educational videos to add to YouTube EDU, ensuring that there are videos on everything from Astrophysics to Zoology.

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    EDtalks: Educational ideas now and for the future (8:34min)

    In this EDtalk Ewan McIntosh from No Tosh talks about the benefits of students directing their own learning - benefits for teachers as well as students. Ewan gives some examples, and believes that over time outcomes from student-directed learning can be tied back to the curriculum.

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    Universal design for learning

    Learning facilitator, Chrissie Butler, discusses Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a framework for looking at how we plan our goals, teaching methods, resources and materials we use, and the way we design assessments. UDL is based around three principles that ensure that there are options for all learners to have equal access to learning.

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    Rich questions in history

    Andrew Savage, as HOD History at Wellington College, discusses how his department decided to place ideas at the centre of their courses rather than content. Andrew explains that history is a contested topic and there are multiple ways of understanding the past. Therefore, they engage students with rich questions that offer no answers, incorporate complex ideas, and ask the students to make decisions based on investigating the past and their own interpretations of the past.

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    Literacy and numeracy for adults

    These video clips explore Māori and Pasifika worldviews for educators to consider in teaching to help lift achievement in literacy and numeracy.

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    Koputaroa School principal Regan Orr introduced and led teaching as inquiry throughout the school, resulting in a collaborative, supportive, and motivational learning experience for all.

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    Stonefields School has learning hubs where students are taught by a team of three teachers. The teachers in the junior learning hub discuss how this works and talk about the success and challenges in this collaborative approach.

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    Sylvia Park School inquiry framework

    Sylvia Park School's inquiry planning team support all teachers to develop authentic engaging learning for their students.

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    Where good ideas come from

    Steven Johnson takes on, in exhilarating style, one of our key questions: Where do good ideas come from?

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    Real learning – It’s bigger than inquiry

    Lane Clark explores the processes of learning while taking a light hearted look at some of the current practices within many of our schools. Lane believes how we educate will be more important than what we educate about, and that we need to work with students on how to learn, how to think and the relationship between the two.

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    Using teaching as inquiry to guide to e-learning action plans

    Claire Amos talks about using a "teaching as inquiry" cycle to inform the eLearning action plans that will be implemented by professional learning groups in each of the school's curriculum areas.

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    Ken Robinson - Bring on the learning revolution

    "In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning -- creating conditions where kids' natural talents can flourish."

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    We are the people we've been waiting for

    This Youtube video presents the argument for a change in teaching and learning for the 21st century

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    The power of a common language of instruction

    In this YouTube video Dr Marzano explains the power of a common language of instruction.

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    EDtalk: Sharon Friesen - Creating knowledge building environments

    Sharon Friesen, of the Galileo Network, speaks about the creation of knowledge building environments. Sharon believes teachers need to be guiding learning in exciting and engaging learning environments, where students can work creatively with ideas to create new ideas, and knowledge.

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    EDtalk: Lenva Shearing - The e-portfolio, a personal space for learning

    Lenva Shearing is DP at Bucklands Beach Intermediate, where all 750 students use ePorfolios. Rather than ePortfolios acting simply as a showcase of learning, Lenva describes how students use them for goal setting and reflection, and to help articulate their learning and look for next steps. The focus is on the process of learning.

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    EDtalk: Helen Timperley - Professional learning that makes a difference to students

    Helen Timperley, Professor of Education at The University of Auckland, talks about the importance of combining careful assessment and analysis with pedagogical content knowledge, and ways teachers can gain this knowledge through cycles of inquiry into their practice.

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    EDtalk: John Hattie - Getting beyond the narrow

    Professor John Hattie asks if teachers in their critical role as change agents, are too focused on the short term horizon - National Standards, literacy and numeracy - when they should be focused on using literacy and numeracy to engage more students in the pursuit of learning.

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    Eportfolios at Ilam School

    Following consultation with parents and teachers, Ilam School decided to move from hard copy portfolios to e-portfolios and online learning journeys in 2010. Principal, Lyn Bird, says this shift fits with future national standards reporting.

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    Effective pedagogy at Ilam School

    "Our first step was to unpack effective teaching approaches at Ilam. We identified twenty-two different approaches and needed to bring the focus down to a small group that we could work on in line with the effective pedagogy outlined in the New Zealand Curriculum..."

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    Inquiry learning at Weber School

    Staff at Weber School have investigated inquiry for a number of years and have come to the realisation that there is no 'one size fits all' model. For Weber, inquiry has become 'just the way we do things here' rather than a teaching approach.

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    Teaching as inquiry - capturing teachers' hearts and minds at Onerahi School

    “The key thing with curriculum development is that as much as you plan, share models and put labels on things, the real step for that to be effective is to win the hearts and minds of teachers.” Deputy principal, Richard Jones

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    EDtalk: Jan-Marie Kellow - Inquiry based learning

    Jan-Marie discusses that inquiry based learning provides an excellent context for developing students’ thinking skills. She believes in empowering students to make a difference in the classroom, community, and globally, and outlines some of the characteristics of good questions.

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    EDtalk: Trevor Bond - Effective questioning

    Trevor Bond, a consultant working within New Zealand schools, discusses one of his passions - 'questioning'. He sees questioning as being central to thinking and learning. Trevor believes that we must go beyond just talking to our students about 'open' and 'closed' questions. He states that a good question is the one that gives you the answer.

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    Feedback on learning- Dylan Wiliams

    The focus of this perspective movie is feedback on learning. Dylan Wiliam reviews the importance of giving learners effective feedback as an integral component of formative assessment.

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    EDtalk: David Anderson - Enacting the Vision: Teacher Beliefs

    David Anderson, Co-director of 'Hands On Educational Consultancy' discusses the importance of having a vision for our young people, so that they will thrive in a rapidly changing world.

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    EDTalk: Tony Ryan - Transactional vs Transformational Teachers

    Tony Ryan discusses the need for schools to have transformational teachers, focusing on who we are as being more important than what we teach. He outlines four roles of a transformational teacher, ‘Energiser’, ‘Connector’, ‘Entrepreneur’ and 'Sustainer'.

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    EDTalk: Tineka Tuala-Fata - Formative coaching

    Tineka Tuala-Fata, DP at Peterhead School, describes the "Formative Coaching" model used at her school. This model combines the power of structured peer observation, the sharing of good practice, learning conversations in teams, and reflective journals.

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    EDtalk: Michael Fenton - Technology and Teaching

    2008 eFellow Michael Fenton researched ways to bridge the gap between technology enthusiasts and skeptics. He describes his research, and provides a new take on how educational institutions might use and encourage apparent reluctant users of technology.

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    EDtalk: Nick Rate - Assessment for learning and ePortfolios

    Nick Rate, DP and 2008 eFellow at Russell St School, explored the way digital portfolios support effective pedagogy and formative assessment in his school. Nick talks about his research, and how eportfolios are essential to the formative assessment process.

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    EDtalk: Tania Coutts - ECE and ICT

    Tania Coutts, Head Teacher at Manaia Kindergarten, describes how professional learning based around ICT has benefited their children and community. Their blog (manaiakindergarten) involves families in the children's learning, as well as offering oral and visual stimulus...

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    EDtalk: Andrew Churches - Global awareness wiki collaboration

    Andrew is Curriculum Manager for ICT at Kristin School. He describes how 4 schools from 4 countries collaborate on an 18 month case study using a wiki, where students create all the content, and drive the learning, while teachers act as moderators.

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    EDtalk: Tony Ryan - The four "E"s

    Tony Ryan believes that in the future, who we are as educators will be more important than what we teach. Tony outlines his four "E"s - teachers who are energisers, ethicists, entrepreneurs, and environmentalists.

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    EDtalk: Nicola Yelland - Learning by design; pedagogy as knowledge in action.

    Nicola Yelland, Research Professor at Victoria University in Melbourne, talks about the "learning by design" pedagogical framework. Looking at pedagogy as knowledge in action provided contexts for learning that re-engaged teachers and students.

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    EDtalk: Allanah King - Connecting with the world (4:05 min)

    Nelson Teacher Allanah King talks about the benefits of 'opening the classroom walls to the outside world' through blogging, podcasts, and wikis, including authentic audiences, celebration of school events and engagement with the local community.

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    Te Awamutu - you have a message (12 min)

    This video is the result of much discussion, planning, filming and editing by 27 Year 6 to 13 students from the Rosetown Learning Community who have a clear message for their teachers and community about how they learn and what they want from school.

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    EDtalk: Sharon Friesen - New roles for teachers (10:17 min)

    Sharon Friesen warns against trying to put new technologies over old practices.

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    EDtalk: Ewan McIntosh - Assessment (5:49 min)

    Ewan McIntosh discusses developments in formative and individualized assessment in Scotland, and encourages the use of blogs as online learning logs.

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    EDtalk: Ewan McIntosh - E-portfolios (5:15 min)

    Ewan McIntosh discusses free tools that can capture the learning journey for students, and compares these with e-portfolio software. He suggests there is value in seeing the thinking ('all the mess') that goes into the final product.

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    EDtalk: Ewan McIntosh - Game playing (5:12 min)

    Ewan McIntosh describes how in a 'flexible curriculum' games can be used as a basis for creative writing, speaking, across curriculum areas, and for cross curricular studies.

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    EDtalk: Ewan McIntosh - Identity in a digital age (7:23 min)

    We have many identities, this is also the case for our students. Are schools recognising that students have multiple identities? Ewan describes the spaces we inhabit in this digital age - secret, group, publishing, performing and participation spaces.

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    EDtalk: Ewan McIntosh - Internet safety (3:50 min)

    Ewan McIntosh discusses the new skills and attitudes associated with internet safety, emphasizing the need to work from established teaching and learning practices, and applying these when working with social media.

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