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  1. Leadership for curriculum

    Teaching practices were inclusive and respectful of Pacific values and beliefs. Parents and families contributed to the curriculum and enhanced teachers’ professional knowledge. This meant that programmes better reflected children’s culture, values and beliefs. Teachers were receptive to feedback from families, other teachers, local schools and the wider Pacific community.  What’s important? What does good practice look like? For example: Language The Pacific language of the...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/how-do-leaders-support-improvement-in-pacific-early-childhood-services/leadership-for-curriculum/

  2. Central Region - Te Tai Pūtahi Nui

    Scheduled Reviews for Term 1 2020Includes schools and early childhood services from Taranaki to Marlborough (including Taumarunui and Gisborne). Updated February 2020ECE Abbey's Place Childcare Centre Above & Beyond Tauriko Active Discovers Educare Active Discovers Educare Active Explorers Grey Street (from T4) Active Explorers Tauriko (Evolve) Ark Early Childhood Centre Awatuna and Districts Playcentre Barnardos Early Learning Homebased Huia BestStart Claudelands BestStart Hastings Central...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/forthcoming-reviews/central-region-te-tai-putahi-nui/

  3. 03 Working collaboratively to develop and implement an agreed mathematics curriculum and consistent, high quality teaching practices

    ERO’s 2014 report Raising Achievement in Primary Schools identified that, in many schools, the processes for reviewing the mathematics curriculum and assessing teaching and learning were not well connected. Some used the same long-term plans each year without analysing or responding to their assessment information. Many lacked a deliberate and relentless whole-school focus on improving student achievement.This narrative shares what leaders and teachers at HOKOWHITU SCHOOL in Palmerston North d...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-strategies-that-work-mathematics/mathematics-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/03-working-collaboratively-to-develop-and-implement-an-agreed-mathematics-curriculum-and-consistent-high-quality-teaching-practices/