reposted from NCEA update October 12 

New case studies are now available demonstrating effective practice for understanding learner readiness.

The leading examples include cross-curricular approaches and options for facilitating the Common Assessment Activities to be supportive for all learners. When learners are ready to sit the assessment, and feel comfortable, it helps to create a positive assessment experience.


NCEA case studies focus on three key themes:

  • Effective practices when determining readiness to sit the Common Assessment Activities.
  • Supporting every teacher to be a teacher of literacy and numeracy.
  • Shifts in practice to support NCEA literacy and numeracy.


Teachers, school leaders, and curriculum leaders focused on literacy and numeracy share their experience with:

  • using student data and readiness indicators
  • tracking and communicating of student literacy and numeracy achievement
  • supporting students to achieve the co-requisite
  • cross-curricular approaches to NCEA literacy and numeracy
  • using ākonga and whānau voice to inform processes.


these case studies might help your school or kura to develop a school wide approach numeracy and pāngarau.


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