Help to shape the future of learning

The Curriculum, Progress and Achievement Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) wants to hear from educators, students, parents, whānau, iwi and communities on its emerging ideas for making sure every child experiences rich opportunities to learn and progress in the learning that matters.

The Curriculum, Progress and Achievement Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) wants to hear from educators, students, parents, whānau, iwi and communities on its emerging ideas for making sure every child experiences rich opportunities to learn and progress in the learning that matters.

The emerging ideas include developing records of learning that take a holistic view of student progress, growing partnerships with parents and whānau to support learning, and supporting the design of responsive local curriculum.

The ideas aim to ensure that all students in years 1 to 10 make progress in learning that is important for lifelong wellbeing, through a rich and engaging curriculum that is relevant to their local contexts.

Mary Chamberlain, Chair of the Curriculum, Progress and Achievement MAG, says the group wants to test the ideas with educators, learners, parents, whānau, communities and iwi. “The more feedback we get, the more we can refine the ideas and the stronger they’ll become.”

 

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