Curriculum approaches in years 9 and 10 are designed to set students up for success.
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Domain 4: Responsive curriculum, effective teaching and opportunity to learn
- Students learn, achieve and progress in the breadth and depth of The New Zealand Curriculum and/or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
- Students have effective, sufficient and equitable opportunities to learn
- Assessment prior to school entry is the starting point for tracking students’ achievement and progress
- Mixed ability groupings operate at years 9 and 10
- All students work to individual goals and teaching is differentiated
- Priority is place on students achievement and progress in mathematics and English to ensure all students have opportunity to succeed in NCEA
- Role modeling by senior students enables year 9 and 10 students to develop the confidence to achieve equitable outcomes
- “We are all the same, we all have our strengths and our weaknesses, we all move forward, there is no difference between us”
Things to think about
- How do you ensure that the design and implementation of your curriculum enables every student to make the progress needed to achieve curriculum expectations and be successful beyond school?