Te Mātaiaho and CPM relationship

This page describes the relationship between the principles, pedagogies, progress steps and progress outcomes, and the pedagogical practices for Te Mātaiaho and the Common Practice Model.

Te Mātaiaho

Pedagogical principle

Tautōhito urutau - Adaptive Practice

Essential pedagogies

Hononga ako - Caring for learners and their learning

Te piko o te māhuri - Connecting learning to each learner

Rangapū mana taurite - Building power-sharing partnerships

Kauneketanga - Being urgent about progress

Kauawhitanga - Designing for inclusion

Progress steps

Literacy & communication

English (phase 1)


Mathematics and statistics (phases 1 & 2)

Progress outcomes

Literacy & communication

All learning areas (phases 2-5)


All learning areas (phases 2-5)

Common Practice Model

Pedagogical approaches

Culturally responsive teaching

Relationships with literacy, communication, and maths

Rich interactions

Explicit and intentional teaching

Approaches for literacy and communication

Critical literacy

Active learning


Linguistic responsiveness

Approaches for maths

Critical maths

Planned investigations

Thinking and working mathematically

Pedagogical practices

Creating an inclusive learning environment

Organising for learning

Designing and enabling connected learning

Prompting and questioning

Reflecting on teaching and learning

Practices for literacy and communication

Engaging with texts

Practices for maths

Fostering relationships with maths

Engaging in maths processes

Using maths representations and language

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