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  1. The parent partnership approaches and strategies that worked

    In the following narratives we share the approaches and strategies of the schools that implemented deliberate strategies to improve their learning partnerships with parents. The list below highlights the key approaches in each narrative. 01 Moving to genuine relational and learning partnerships with parents, families and whānau BELMONT SCHOOL, Lower Hutt >   Identifying the extent of their partnerships >   Changing to genuine partnerships >   Sustaining the improvements 02 Us...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/building-genuine-learning-partnerships-with-parents/the-parent-partnership-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/

  2. The writing approaches and strategies that worked

    In the following pages we share the narratives of six schools. Some share developments to improve writing achievement for children in all year levels. Other schools made improvements in specific year levels.01 Transforming teaching to introduce skills for current and future writing successNORTHCROSS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLAUCKLAND professional development and support for teachers trialing and early implementation the programme in action focusing on outcomes and improvements working with another sch...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/keeping-children-engaged-and-achieving-in-writing/the-writing-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/

  3. Mathematics approaches and strategies that worked

    In the following links we share the narratives of eight schools. The first four describe the school-wide development of effective approaches to mathematics teaching, and some teaching strategies. The final four describe strategies that were implemented in parts of the schools concerned.01 Using both long-term and short-term strategies to improve mathematics learning and achievementABERDEEN SCHOOLHAMILTON Focused professional learning and development Managing improvements across the school Work...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-strategies-that-work-mathematics/mathematics-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/

  4. Exemplar Review - East Taieri School - January 2019

    BackgroundIntroductionUnder Part 28 of the Education Act 1989 the Chief Review Officer has the power to administer reviews either general or relating to particular matters, of the performance of applicable (pre-tertiary) organisations in relation to the applicable services they provide, and prepare reports on the undertaking and results of such reviews.An exemplar report may be produced when ERO finds an organisation demonstrates effective practice in relation to specific aspects of performance....

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/exemplar-reports/exemplar-review-east-taieri-school-january-2019/

  5. Exemplar Review - East Taieri School - Writing - May 2019

    BackgroundIntroductionUnder Part 28 of the Education Act, 1989, the Chief Review Officer has the power to administer reviews either general or relating to particular matters, of the performance of applicable (pre-tertiary) organisations in relation to the applicable services they provide, and prepare reports on the undertaking and results of such reviews.An exemplar report may be produced when ERO finds an organisation demonstrates effective practice in relation to specific aspects of performanc...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/exemplar-reports/exemplar-review-east-taieri-school-writing-may-2019/

  6. Ten narratives

    On the following pages we have shared approaches and strategies that work from 10 different schools.  In most cases, their positive achievement trajectories are the outcomes of years of ongoing review and making changes to all aspects of practice.  While the schools have chosen different approaches, all have been effective in terms of helping make sure children continue to make progress throughout their primary school years.These approaches include: developing a rich curriculum managing change...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-approaches-and-strategies-that-work/ten-narratives/

  7. 06 Working closely with families to accelerate children's progress in mathematics

    ERO shared details about positive relationships when responding to underachievement in Educationally powerful connections with parents and whānau.Leaders and teachers at ABERDEEN SCHOOL and EAST TAIERI SCHOOLidentified the learning strengths, needs and interests of the children along with their parents' aspirations for them. The school responded to underachievement with deliberate actions and innovations that involved parents and whanau. Then they responded to those that worked for each child a...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/building-genuine-learning-partnerships-with-parents/06-working-closely-with-families-to-accelerate-childrens-progress-in-mathematics/

  8. Appendix 2: RTLB Clusters in this evaluation

    Cluster No. Lead School/Kura Name Cluster Area No. ofSchools RTLB FTTE 2017 1 Taipa Area School Northland 70 26 2 Whangarei Girls High Whangarei 76 25 3 Red Beach School Hibiscus Coast/Rodney 36 14 4 Campbells Bay School North Shore 70 30 5 Don Buck School Massey/Henderson/Te Atatu 50 32 6 Arahoe School Kelston/Avondale 29 20 7 Newmarket School Mt Eden/Mt Roskill/Mt Albert 65 36 8 Royal Oak School Tamaki/Remuera/Maungakiekie 50 30 9 Southern Cross Campus Otahuhu/Mangere...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/resource-teachers-learning-and-behaviour-governing-and-managing-rtlb-clusters/appendix-2-rtlb-clusters-in-this-evaluation/

  9. 9. Developing student agency and motivation through effective teaching as inquiry

    East Taieri School in Mosgiel has a roll of around 300 children in Years 1 to 6. Most are European/Pākehā; approximately one-tenth are Māori. The number of children achieving success rises as children move into the upper primary school. In reading and writing, about 60 percent of children achieve at or above the expected levels in Year 1, while around 90 percent reach or exceed the expected levels by Year 6. Leaders explained the positive trajectories occurred as they focused on: i...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-approaches-and-strategies-that-work/developing-student-agency-and-motivation-through-effective-teacher-practices-and-inquiry/

  10. 06 Supporting children’s developing confidence with mathematics by establishing educationally powerful connections and relationships with families

    New Zealand research shared in the School Evaluation Indicators: Effective Practice for Improvement and Learner Success identifies the benefits for children when teachers and leaders form educationally powerful partnerships with parents, families, whānau and communities. Such partnerships increase the range of resources available to support the learning of children; they enhance outcomes for all children, but especially those at risk of underachieving. Partnerships have the potential to achieve...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-strategies-that-work-mathematics/mathematics-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/06-supporting-childrens-developing-confidence-with-mathematics-by-establishing-educationally-powerful-connections-and-relationships-with-families/

  11. 03 Using a structured process to teach non-fiction writing

    ERO’s report Reading and writing in Years 1 and 2 (2009) found effective teachers gave children a purpose for writing and encouraged them to write about things and experiences they were likely to be familiar with. Their teaching was evidence based, deliberate and gave children opportunities to practise new skills and knowledge during the instructional classroom programme.Leaders and teachers at EAST TAIERI SCHOOL had worked on giving children a purpose for writing as part of the considerable e...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/keeping-children-engaged-and-achieving-in-writing/03-using-a-structured-process-to-teach-non-fiction-writing/