Te aromihi pouako e puta ai ngā ihu o ngā ākonga Māori

Making changes: What to use

Review the resources and tools suggested under “What to use” in earlier stages of this inquiry and knowledge-building cycle. Many of them will help you to record and monitor changes in teacher performance and student achievement as changes are being made to practices. For example:

  • Use the LPDP observation tool for classroom observations that inform inquiry into the impact of teachers’ changed actions.
  • Use the National Standards self-review tools to identify progress in assessing the achievement of Māori students or in engagement with professional development. The set of self-review tools pay particular attention to Māori students and to students who are at risk of not being able to fully access the New Zealand Curriculum over time.
  • Use the Numeracy Project’s Global Strategy Stage Assessment (GloSS) recording sheets and project books to guide teaching decisions and monitor student progress.

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