Reviewing your curriculum
New Zealand schools have the scope, flexibility, and authority they need to design and shape their curriculum so that teaching and learning is meaningful and beneficial to their particular communities of students.
This section supports school and curriculum leaders, and professional learning and development providers with the process of curriculum design and review. It includes information, research, tools, suggested areas of focus, and inspirational stories to help schools make decisions about how to give effect to the national curriculum.
This supporting blog post offers a guided tour of this section, highlighting its structure and features.
Curriculum and the community
In 2016 we co-ran an #edchat to explore community engagement and curriculum design. This section captures the thoughts and responses from this chat to further help schools to connect and collaborate with their communities when designing their local curriculum. It includes seven Q and A posts which offer teacher voice, schools stories, reflective questions, and links to further conversations and support. This section is a prototype. We will use your views to make the process and content stronger. Email us your thoughts and ideas.
Explaining curriculum design and review.
Important considerations as you embark on curriculum design and review at your school.
Possible areas to focus on as you review and reshape your curriculum.
Stories, presentations, and communities to support and inspire curriculum change.
Published on: 16 Apr 2014
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