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News of November 2014

Curriculum news and website highlights.

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Curriculum design and review at Pomaria School

18/11/14

This film is the first in a series, designed to share one school's journey of curriculum design and review. This first story outlines some of the changes that Pomaria School have introduced, including values teaching, coaching and mentoring, teacher inquiry, goal setting, and community workshops. A second film provides more detail about student goal setting and parent engagement.

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Help shape the future of TKI

14/11/14

Calling all educators! The Ministry of Education are working to understand the future of the TKI website (www.tki.org.nz) and they want to hear from you about what online content and tools you need to deliver the curriculum. The Ministry are working with PwC Optimal Experience who are a user experience company to develop a set of personas. In order to gather information, PwC will conduct a series of face-to-face and phone interviews with teachers. Be part of the future – use this online form to find further information and register your interest.

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NEW First World War teaching resource

11/11/14

This resource for Years 5-8 is the first in a series of inquiry guides in English, and resource packs in Māori, for Years 1-13 that are being produced. A high resolution version of this guide will be available in December, on the new First World War website which will hold all the resources as they become available throughout 2015.

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Investing in Educational Success

11/11/14

The Teacher-led Innovation Fund is now live. Teachers are able to apply for funding for research projects online.

The fund is part of the Investing in Educational Success programme and is designed to help teachers come up with and test new ways of raising educational achievement. $10m is available over the next four years.

More information on the Teacher-led Innovation Fund is available online or you can email IES.Team@minedu.govt.nz

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