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  1. Introuduction

    In The New Zealand Curriculum, teaching as inquiry is described as a cyclical process in which teachers identify the learning needs of groups of target students, and respond to them through planned programmes[3]. The programmes are subsequently evaluated in terms of their impact on student outcomes. This may lead to programme changes if the teaching has not had the desired impact. It may also lead to the identification of new target groups of students.Inquiry practices usually occur in the class...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-as-inquiry-responding-to-learners/introuduction/

  2. Methodology

    As part of ERO’s regular education reviews ERO investigated science teaching and learning in 100 schools. Forty four were full primary schools, 43 contributing primaries, 8 were intermediates, 3 were composite schools and 2 were Years 7 to 13 secondary schools.A team of reviewers with particular science curriculum expertise carried out the evaluation. They observed lessons in Years 5 to 8 classes, analysed documents, and met with senior managers, trustees, teachers and students.ERO evaluated e...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/science-in-the-new-zealand-curriculum-years-5-to-8/methodology/

  3. Appendix 2: Sample of schools

    SamplingERO investigated curriculum principles and teaching as inquiry in 109 schools (67 primary and 42 secondary) reviewed in Term 2 and 3, 2010. The number of classrooms evaluated in each school was dependent on the school size as shown below.Table 9: Classrooms by school roll Roll number Number of classes <300 one 300 - 700 two 700 – 1500 three 1500 four Tables below show the demographics of the sample. The sample has been compared to the national percent...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/directions-for-learning-the-new-zealand-curriculum-principles-and-teaching-as-inquiry/appendix-2-sample-of-schools/

  4. Hamilton Christian School - 27/06/2011

    1.Background The Chief Review Officer has a statutory duty to report on the performance of private schools throughout New Zealand. Section 35I of the Education Act 1989, requires the Education Review Office (ERO) to review fully registered private schools, and to report to the Ministry of Education on whether each school continues to meet the criteria for full registration. This review report was prepared in accordance with standard procedures approved by the Chief Review Officer. 2. Criteria fo...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/review-reports/hamilton-christian-school-27-06-2011/