Items tagged with "Leadership and NCEA"

Assessment Through the Student’s Eyes

This article is very useful for New Zealand school leaders. The New Zealand Curriculum emphasises that the purpose of assessment is to improve learning; the reading makes the point that student's motivation to remain engaged with learning is enhanced when students are clear about assessment practices and purposes. The reading is also relevant to discussions about NCEA.

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Culture shifts

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Data at Queen Charlotte College

Seeing the student behind the data is key to decision-making at Queen Charlotte College. This story looks at how multiple strategies, including unbundling data, have made a difference to improving student outcomes at the school.

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Jones Grant

To look at what enables students at similar decile schools to perform better in NCEA by visiting selected decile 8-10 schools.

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Leading with moral purpose

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Mangan Robert

Undertake an investigation into the role that rites of passage, rituals and traditions play in engaging boys in their schools.

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McGuinness Paul

Review literature on personalising learning for students, focusing on project-based, real-world experiences; and develop a model to be used by a secondary school.

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Rangiātea: case studies and exemplars

These five Rangiātea case studies and exemplars examine five New Zealand secondary schools on their journeys towards realising Māori student potential.

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Shanahan Mark

Strategies for schools to improve retention and academic achievement for Māori and Pasifika students.

Tags: Leadership and NCEA, Maori student achievement, Priority learners

Smith Lindy

Academic mentoring as a tool in the raising of student achievement - its key elements, variety of models and implications for teacher practice in New Zealand secondary schools.

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