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THE EDUCATION EXCELLENCE FRAMEWORK

The Education Excellence Framework underpins the Awards. The diagram below illustrates how certain elements overlap to improve and sustain outcomes for children and young people. These include:

  • NZ curricula
  • Practice in learning context
  • Best Evidence Synthesis.

The judges will look for evidence that your team’s entry has integrated the three elements of this framework.

 

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NEW ZEALAND CURRICULA

 

Your case study should include clear links to your curriculum and education strategies.

 

Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013–2017
Kiwi Leadership for Principals
Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
Te Whāriki (Early Childhood Curriculum)
The New Zealand Curriculum for English-medium teaching and learning in years 1–13
The Pasifika Education Plan 2013–2017
Tū Rangatira Māori Medium Educational Leadership
Whakapūmautia, Papakōwhaitia, Tau ana – Grasp, Embrace and Realise (pdf)

 

TOOL FOR ASSESSING VALUED OUTCOMES FOR ALL LEARNERS

 

The Tool for Assessing Valued Outcomes for All Learners is a two-dimensional framework comprising two value axes that represent important outcomes for New Zealand children and young people.

These axes are:

  • achievement and progress
  • achievement and progress
  • social and cultural location.

This tool allows you to assess the extent to which your team is improving achievement and progress, and you are providing contexts for learning that support children and young people to feel socially and culturally located – secure in their identity, language and culture.

 

This tool should help you to answer Question 7 in your entry.

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Example:

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This example illustrates how the tool has been used to demonstrate an improvement in outcomes for children and young people from year 2012 to 2016. It captures a range of education outcomes: academic achievement, social and cultural outcomes. Learners are achieving and progressing at a higher level. Also, learners are more socially and culturally located.

 

ITERATIVE BEST EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS (BES) PROGRAMME

 

The BES describes what works, when and why for children and young people. It includes three tools:

  • the overview of BES findings• the overview of BES findings
  • four levers of educational improvement
  • the Inquiry and Knowledge-Building Cycle.

Overview of the BES findings

 

Refer to this pdf overview for an A3 summary of three key BES publications:

  • School Leadership and Student Outcomes
  • School Leadership and Student Outcomes
  • Teacher Professional Learning and Development
  • Quality Teaching for Diverse (All) Learners.

Four key levers for educational improvement

The overview of BES includes the four levers of educational improvement. When used together, these levers support improved outcomes for all learners.

BES diagram

The Inquiry and Knowledge-Building Cycle

The Inquiry and Knowledge-Building Cycle is a diagram presented in the A3 overview of BES findings. This tool has been designed to help implement a collaborative approach to ongoing school improvement that is responsive to all children and young people.

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You should refer to this diagram to help you write your case study. When answering each question, use the Inquiry and Knowledge Building cycle shown above.

 

Question 4: What did your team set out to achieve, and why? Refer to part A.

Question 5: What practice did you need to change to make this happen? Refer to parts B, C and D.

Question 6: How did you make the changes happen? Refer to part E.

Question 7: What difference did the changes make? Refer to part F.

 

For more information on BES, go to: Best Evidence Synthesis (BES) Iterative Programme.

 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

All children and young people includes:

  • speakers of different languages
  • high and low achievers
  • students with multiple, fluid and complex ethnic, gendered, and social class cultures, heritages (including indigenous heritage) and identities
  • students who bring varied disabilities and cultural resources to their learning.

Refer to the Education of Diverse Student Populations on making a bigger difference for diverse learners.

Education outcomes: All children and young people need to be well served by their education to develop their capabilities, sense of belonging, well-being, and abilities to succeed and contribute to wider communities.

Governance: Governance in schools includes Boards of Trustees. Governance in early childhood settings includes owners, directors, service providers, and trustees.

Transformative practice: This is about understanding the social conditions in which children and young people live and the role played by educators in working towards a more equitable society.

 

TE PAPA KAIRANGI

Ka noho te Papa Kairangi hei pou here mō ngā Tohu. E whakaatu nei te hoahoa i te āhua e inaki ai ētahi huanga hei whakapai ake me te toko i ngā huānga mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi. Kei roto i ēnei ko:Ka noho te Papa Kairangi hei pou here mō ngā Tohu. E whakaatu nei te hoahoa i te āhua e inaki ai ētahi huanga hei whakapai ake me te toko i ngā huānga mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi. Kei roto i ēnei ko:

  • Ngā marautanga o Aotearoa
  • Ngā mahi i te horopaki ako
  • Te Ariā Kete Raukura.

Mā ngā mātanga me ngā kaiwhakawā o te ao mātauranga e kimi taunakitanga kua kōmitimitia ngā huānga e toru o tēnei papa ki roto i tō tono.

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NGĀ MARAUTANGA O AOTEAROA

Me whai hononga tauwhāiti tō take wānanga ki ō rautaki marautanga, rautaki mātauranga anō hoki.

 

Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013–2017 
Kiwi Leadership for Principals
Te Marautanga o Aotearoa 
Te Whāriki (Early Childhood Curriculum) 
The New Zealand Curriculum for English-medium teaching and learning in years 1–13 
The Pasifika Education Plan 2013–2017 
Tū Rangatira Māori Medium Educational Leadership 
Whakapūmautia, Papakōwhaitia, Tau ana – Grasp, Embrace and Realise (pdf) 

 

TE AROHUANGANUI, HEI WHAKAATU I NGĀ TAUNAKITANGA ME TŌ TONO

 He papa tikanga rua Te Arohuanganui e noho mai ai ngā tau tikanga e rua hei tohu i ngā huanga nui mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi o Aotearoa.He papa tikanga rua Te Arohuanganui e noho mai ai ngā tau tikanga e rua hei tohu i ngā huanga nui mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi o Aotearoa.

Ko aua tikanga ko ēnei:

  • te whakatutukitanga me te nekehanga
  • te nohoanga ā-iwi, te nohoanga ā-ahurea.

Ka whiriwhiria Te Arohuanganui e ngā kura me ngā kaiwhakarato kaupapa hei tikanga whakamātautau i te āhua o tā rātou mahi whakapai i ngā whakatutukitanga me ngā nekehanga, ā, e whakamātautau ana hoki i te kaha whāriki i te ako hei tautoko i ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi kia tau ai, kia tangata whenua ai te noho - e mana ai te whakapapa, te reo me ngā tikanga.

Mā Te Arohuanganui koe e āwhina ki te whakautu i te Pātai 7 i tō tono.

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He tauira:

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Kei te whakaatu tēnei tauira i pēhea te arohuanganui i whakamahia ai ki te whakaatu i te painga ake o ngā huanga mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi mai i te 2012 ki te 2016. Ka kitea i roto te whānuitanga o ngā huanga mātauranga: ngā paetae mātauranga, ngā putanga pāpori me te ahurea. Kei te taumata teitei ake ngā paetae me ngā nekenga whakamua a ngā ākonga. I tua atu anō hoki, ka ū ake te nohoanga ā-pāpori, ā-ahurea hoki o ngā ākonga.

 

TE AUAUTANGA O TE ARIĀ KETE RAUKURA (BES)

Whakaahua ai Te Ariā Kete Raukura i ngā mahi whaihua me te take i whaihua ai mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi. E toru ōna taputapu, arā:Whakaahua ai Te Ariā Kete Raukura i ngā mahi whaihua me te take i whaihua ai mō ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi. E toru ōna taputapu, arā:

  • ko te tirohanga whānui o ngā kitenga o Te Ariā Kete Raukura,
  • ko ngā pou matua e whā o ngā huanga pai o te mātauranga,
  • He Ako Reikura He Akonga Rerekura (Katoa).

Whakarāpopototanga o ngā kitenga o Te Ariā Kete RaukuraWhakarāpopototanga o ngā kitenga o Te Ariā Kete RaukuraHe whakarāpopototanga pdf A3 Te Ariā Kete Raukura i ngā kete matua e toru nei:

  • He Kura Rangatira, He Kura Ākonga
  • Te Kaupapa Whakaako, Whakapakari Kaiako
  • Te Putanga o Te Kete Raukura mō Te Kounga o Te Whakaako i Ngā Momo Ākonga i Te Kura.

Ko ngā pou matua e whā o ngā huanga pai o te mātauranga


Kei roto i te tirohanga whānui ko ngā pou matua e whā o te whakapakaritanga mātauranga. Kia mahia ngātahitia, ka tautokona ngā huanga pai ake mō ngā momo (katoa) ākonga.

 BES diagram

 

Ko te Rauru Wānanga

Ko te Rauru Wānanga he hoahoa kua takoto ki te A3 tirohanga whānui o ngā kitenga o te kaupapa Kete Raukura. I hoahoatia ai tēnei 
tikanga hei āwhina i te mahi tahi hei āhuatanga whakapakari i ngā mahi i te kura kia aronui atu ai ki ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi katoa.

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Tirohia tēnei hoahoa hei āwhina i a koe ki te tuhi i tō take wānanga. Whakamahia te Rauru Wānanga i runga ake nei hei whakautu i ngā pātai.

Pātai 4: He aha tā koutou i whai ai, ā, he aha te take i whāia ai? Tirohia te wāhanga A.

Pātai 5: He aha ngā mahi i whāia kia rerekē ai ngā huanga? Tirohia ngā wāhanga B, C me D.

Pātai 6: He aha tā koutou i mahi ai kia rerekē ngā huanga? Tirohia te wāhanga E.

Pātai 7: He aha ngā rerekētanga i puta i ēnei mahi? Tirohia te wāhanga F.

Mō ētahi atu kōrero mō Te Kete Raukura (BES) haere ki te pā ipurangi: Te Auautanga o Te Ariā Kete Raukura (BES).

TE RĀRANGI WHAKAMĀRAMATE RĀRANGI WHAKAMĀRAMA

Ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi katoa arā:

  • ko ngā ākonga o ngā momo reo,
  • ko ērā e tino whakatutuki ana, ko ērā hoki kāore i te tino whakatutuki,
  • ko ngā ākonga i heke mai i ngā tini karangatanga, tangatatanga, nohoanga, whakapapa (tae atu ki ngā whakapapa iwi taketake), tuakiritanga hoki,
  • ko ngā ākonga whai momo hauātanga/pūkenga hoki, me ērā e whai tikanga ā-iwi anō hei kai mā te kete rauemi ako.

Me kōrero mō te Mātauranga o ngā Taupori Kanorau o ngā Ākonga mō te whakarite kia whiwhi hua kaha ake ngā momo ākonga rerekē.

Huanga mātauranga: Me tika te manaaki a te ao mātauranga i ngā ākonga katoa kia whai hua mai ō rātou māiatanga, ō rātou tuakiritanga, ō rātou hauora, ō rātou pūkenga hoki kia puta ai rātou ki te whai ao hei tohu oranga mō ō rātou iwi.

Kaitiakitanga: Ko ngā momo kaitiakitanga i ngā kura ko ngā Poari Kaitiaki tonu. Hei wāhi nō te Kaitiakitanga i te kaupapa kura kōhungahunga, ko te hunga nō rātou ngā kura kōhungahunga, ko ngā kaiārahi, ko ngā kaikawe kaupapa, ko ngā kaitiaki anō hoki.

Te kaupapa whakaumu: he āhuatanga e mōhiotia ai ngā tikanga noho o ngā tamariki me ngā taiohi, ā, me te wāhi hei kawe mā ngā kaiako ki te whakatauōrite i te noho i te ao nei.

Entry FAQs

Ngā Pātai Auau

Check out the eligibility criteria and get the answers to the most common questions about entering the Awards.

Tirohia ngā tikanga māraurau me ngā whakautu ki ngā pātai auau mō te whakauru ki ngā Tohu.

Evidence

Ngā Taunakitanga

Your evidence is a key part of your entry. Find out how to put it to best use in your entry.

Ko ngā taunakitanga tētahi wāhanga tino whaitake o tō tono. Tirohia ngā kōrero kia mōhio me pēhea te whakamahi kia whai hua ai ki tō tono.

Tips from Judges and Entrants

He Kōrero Āwhina mai i ngā Kaiwhakawā me Ngā Kaitono o ngā tau ki mua

We asked past judges, as well as previous finalists and winners, how to write a successful entry.

I pātaihia ngā kaiwhakawā me ngā toa o ngā tau ki mua, me pēhea e tuhi ai tētahi tono whakauru kia angitu ai.