Shadow education as an emerging focus in worldwide curriculum studies; How “tight/loose” curriculum dynamics impact the treatment of knowledge in two national contexts; School libraries and librarians in New Zealand secondary school curriculum planning
and delivery; A conversation with Tamsin Hanly; Second-language learning and teaching; Political indoctrination through myth building: The New Zealand School Journal at the time of World War 1
18 December 2018
The influence of Frozen; Pedagogical strategies that support young children’s civic action; Pedagogical dialogues with 2 year olds in “preschool” settings: What do they look like?; Using puppets to support children’s prosocial thinking and action; Navigating the complexity of tree climbing in early childhood education Early childhood teacher health and wellbeing
14 December 2018
Special issue: Learning through Play and Games
12 December 2018
In this issue: markers of personalisation; lessons from Chinese international students at risk of not achieving; untangling constructivism, knowledge, and knowledge-building for ‘future-oriented’ teaching; developing mathematical inquiry communities; using collaborative inquiry to examine equity-linked problems of practice; pedagogical scaffolding; SOLO taxonomy; Exciting innovations for assessment in Aotearoa New Zealand
3 October 2018
In this issue: teacher experiences with summative assessment when working with grades 7 to 9 students using one-to-one Pads;
classroom assessment as a reciprocal practice to develop students’ agency; assessment of student teachers on practicum;
sustaining assessment for learning by valuing partnerships; revitalisation, relationships, resources: Assessment 3Rs for New Zealand teachers.
1 October 2018
A resource for teachers wanting to teach about resilience, mental health, interpersonal skills, and wellbeing.