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Those teaching school students about resilience, mental health, interpersonal skills, and wellbeing will welcome a new resource from NZCER Press.
Our Education Advisers are offering a free 30min webinar to schools that use the NZCER Marking site. The webinar focusses on how the online reports will support teachers to consider: progress within the NZ Curriculum using scale scores, a curriculum snapshot, and reporting and analysis to support evidence-based decision making.
Mission Heights Junior College (Manukau, Auckland) supported by NZCER bring you a one-day workshop about games and game design for the classroom. The workshop covers both digital and non-digital games. The experienced presenters include a good mix of educators, game designers, and researchers.
School students have completed over one million online assessments in the four years since the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) began offering Progressive Achievement Tests (PATs) online.
Government policy to support te reo Māori in kura and schools has lacked cohesion and has yet to address the shortage of reo Māori teachers. This includes teachers of the language and those able to teach in te reo Māori.
We were very fortunate to recently have hosted international visitors from the USA and Taiwan.
Our Board is looking for a new member, which will be by Ministerial appointment made by the Associate Minister of Education, Hon Jenny Salesa.
Our incumbent’s 4-year term ends on 1 October, and applications for the position are now open.
Details about the role