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Recently published by NZQA

Recently published by NZQA

Published recently by NZQA: 1.2020 assessment specifications If you haven’t read these yet, please note this line at Level 1 – “Each examination will be made up of three questions, and each question may have only one opportunity for Excellence.” At Level 2 it says –...

Digging into nzmaths for home learning

Digging into nzmaths for home learning

From Maries Hirst, Primary Kaiārahi As we all move towards distance learning, don’t forget these great resources already available on nzmaths for years 0-8. Take this  - a collection of thematic learning experiences connecting maths across the strands. Maths at our...

How is your internet speed?

How is your internet speed?

Many of us are struggling with internet connections, according to a recent article New Zealand ranks 27th on the global list of countries internet speed. This is mine and I am on Auckland's North Shore I am not sure what the numbers mean, I think it is pretty dismal. ...

Planning for online learning

Planning for online learning

With the likelihood that some  New Zealand schools may need to close for a period of time in order to "flatten the curve" of the COVID-19 pandemic you might be looking for ways your students can continue to learn from home. Here are some home grown and other options:...

What’s on 2020 by month

What’s on 2020 by month

Please note that until we return to normal events on this page may either be postponed or cancelled. If you know of events or dates that should be included here please email details to  kaiarahi@aucklandmaths.org.nz Census at School open to take part  until the end of...

NCEA changes: resubmissions

NCEA changes: resubmissions

There has been plenty of debate so far around what the revised NCEA assessment will look like. Part of this discussion has included resubmissions. As yet there have been no changes to the re-submission process so it is business as usual. To brush up on your...

From the Census at School Team

From the Census at School Team

Statistics Teachers’ Day 2019 Resources are now available on Census at School Highlights from the day (based on feedback data, of course!) were Critical thinking classroom – Tom Lin Random redirect tool for experiments – Tracey Webster; tool by Anna Fergusson...

Networks of Expertise expands.

We welcome a new kaiārahi, Marie Hirst, to our Networks of Expertise team. Marie is a skilled and knowledgeable educator with many years experience facilitating effective mathematics professional learning and development with schools from Years 0-8. Having Marie on...

New online statistics journal

New online statistics journal

New online statistics journal written by and for NZ teachers. Members of the Stats education committee have brought us the Statistics and Data Science Educator, an online journal. The journal aims to improve the quality of teaching resources and the designing of...

YouCubed kete expands

YouCubed kete expands

Everywhere we turn, data is telling and weaving stories about our world. Youcubed have recognised the growing importance of being able to work with, understand, and use data by launching a data literacy section to their kete...