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2016 research publications uploaded

16/08/16

National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project 2010–2014 (published July 2016)
The Project describes and evaluates the implementation of National Standards in New Zealand schools from 2010 to 2014. This final report summarises the findings from all five years of the project, and describes results collected in 2014.

English: Reading 2014 Overview (published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This report presents an overview of the results from the English: reading study.

English: Reading 2014 Contextual Report (published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This report examines a selection of contextual data collected as part of the study of English: reading.

Māori Student Achievement in English: Reading (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for Māori students in English: reading.

Pasifika Student Achievement in English: Reading (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for Pasifika students in English: reading.

Achievement of Students with Special Education Needs in English: Reading (published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for students with special education needs in English: reading.

Social Studies: 2014 Overview (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This report is an overview of the results for social studies.

Social Studies 2014: Contextual Report (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This report examines a range of contextual data collected from students, teachers and principals as part of the 2014 NMSSA study of social studies. The report supplements Social Studies 2014 – Overview and the priority learner group reports in social studies for Māori, Pasifika and students with special education needs.

Māori Student Achievement in Social Studies (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for Māori students in social studies.

Pasifika Student Achievement in Social Studies (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for Pasifika students in social studies.

Achievement of Students with Special Education Needs in Social Studies (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This brief report presents the results for students with special education needs in social studies.

Technical Information 2014: Social Studies and English: Reading (Published July 2016)
In 2014 the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) assessed student achievement at year 4 and year 8 in two areas of The New Zealand Curriculum – English: reading and social studies. This report provides technical information for social studies and English: reading.

Wellbeing for Success: Effective Practice (published March 2016)
In 2014 the Education Review Office (ERO) undertook an evaluation of the extent to which schools were promoting and responding to student wellbeing in primary and secondary schools. This 2016 effective practice report provides further detail about practices in selected schools that promote wellbeing for all students, and describes how these schools respond when concerns, issues or events require more targeted support.

Wellbeing for Success: A Resource for Schools (published March 2016)
This resource has been developed to help schools evaluate and improve student wellbeing. It highlights the importance of schools promoting the wellbeing of all students as well as the need for systems, people and initiatives to respond to wellbeing concerns for students who need additional support.

Insights for Teachers: Year 7–10 teachers' self-efficacy and job satisfaction (Published February 2016)
This is the third Insights for Teachers focusing on TALIS. This Insights for Teachers reports on teachers’ self-efficacy and job satisfaction, as reported in the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS).

Modern New Zealand learning practice: Glossary (Published February 2016)
This glossary is designed to promote a shared understanding of those terms currently used in modern learning practice (MLP), across all education agencies, educators, parents and whānau, and students.

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