Call for teachers interested in being part of Subject Expert Groups for Literacy & Numeracy

This year the MOE will be developing new literacy and numeracy Unit Standards as part of the NCEA Review. The new standards and associated materials will be developed by Subject Expert Groups (SEGs) who will identify the significant learning within literacy and numeracy and lead the development of standards and supporting materials.

They are calling for Expressions of Interest to join a literacy SEG and numeracy SEG for English-medium.

Application details

Applicants should:
* have expertise or experience in either literacy or numeracy education for young people, in either school or non-school contexts.
* have an interest and expertise in learning and assessment within literacy or numeracy.
* be prepared to commit to approximately 10 days in 2020, including two training days in early April.

They’re looking for a range of voices:
* experienced practising teachers and experts from a range of educational settings and backgrounds, including community, industry and tertiary education.
* people with experience working with ākonga Māori and Pacific students, and who have a strong, authentic understanding of how to integrate te ao and tikanga Māori, and Pacific peoples’ knowledge and cultures into teaching, learning and assessment design.
* people with experience working with English Language Learners.
* expertise in disability and learning support issues in learning and assessment.

To apply, send your CV and cover letter to (Enable Javascript to see the email address) by 21 February 2020 with the subject line ‘Literacy and Numeracy SEG EOI’. Please keep your CV and cover letter concise (max of four pages in total and Word documents only), noting your relevant experience.


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