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The Key Competencies: Realising the Potential of the New Zealand Curriculum

Published: 22 Nov 2019

This is a companion report to Developing Key Competencies in Students Years 1 to 8. It explores current thinking about the importance of building the capabilities of young people. It outlines what the Key Competencies (KCs) are, why they are important, New Zealand’s journey with thinking about the nature and potential uses of KCs, and where this development fits in the international context.

Audience:
Education
Parents
Schools
Content type:
Research
Topics:
Key competencies
Curriculum
Learning

He Pou Tātaki: How ERO reviews hospital-based education and care services

Published: 31 Mar 2021

This document is the result of a collaborative effort between ERO and representatives from hospital-based education and care services. It will support improved service performance and accountability, and focuses on how well placed hospital-based services are to contribute to children’s learning, and promote their wellbeing.

Audience:
Early learning
Education
Content type:
Basic page
Topics:
Hospital-based education
Evaluation
Ngā Pou Here
Evaluation indicators

Developing Key Competencies in Students Years 1-8

Published: 22 Nov 2019

This Education Review Office (ERO) report describes what a sample of New Zealand schools with Years 1 to 8 students are doing to integrate and support the development of key competencies in their students.

It outlines the support that schools are giving their students to use these competencies in their learning and wellbeing. The report also explores what schools are doing to promote the understanding of key competencies among parents, whānau and trustees.

Audience:
Parents
Schools
Content type:
Research
Topics:
Key competencies

Extending their language - expanding their world: Children’s oral language (birth-8 years)

Published: 09 Feb 2017

Research evidence shows early in a child’s life is a critical time in terms of the rapid language development that takes place, particularly in the first two to three years.

This evaluation investigated how effectively young children’s oral language learning and development were supported in their early years of education.

Audience:
Early learning
Parents
Schools
Content type:
Research
Topics:
Linguistically diverse learners
Oral language
Much more than words: Manuka takoto kawea ake