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Curriculum implementation case studies

Eight themes arose from the Curriculum Implementation Case Studies as key to understanding the current implementation context and determining next steps.

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Key competencies case studies

Sally Boyd and Verena Watson from NZCER report on their research findings from the normal schools’ key competencies exploration during 2006 in Shifting the Frame: Exploring the Integration of the Key Competencies at Six Normal Schools.

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Network learning community case studies

Network learning communities: ten case studies outline how school leaders have made connections, and learned together to shape their school curricula.

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New Zealand Transport Agency case studies

These case studies illustrate how three schools have explored road safety aligned with the New Zealand Curriculum.

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Principals' professional learning communities

Three school principals take part in learning visits to each other's schools to gather information about issues related to their own professinal leadership.

Road safety case studies.

Road safety as context for the secondary curriculum

These four case studies show how secondary teachers created or trialled resources that use road safety ideas and action to add relevance and depth to learning areas.

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Teachers as learners: Improving outcomes for Māori and Pasifika students through inquiry

These learning materials illustrate how teachers have used an inquiry approach to teaching to become more culturally responsive and to improve outcomes for their Māori and Pasifika students.

Updated on: 18 Oct 2012


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