By Alwyn Poole www.innovativeducation.co.nz In an affluent country like New Zealand children are in material deprivation for one of two reasons. Either their parent(s) are not earning/receiving enough money in a relatively high cost nation...
New research shows that when teachers view themselves as character educators it helps develop a shared "virtue literacy" with students.
Parents of pre-schoolers can take reassurance from new Otago research which shows early bedtimes aren’t vital for healthy development, as long as young children get enough sleep.
More than 60 per cent of parents were either ‘extremely’, ‘very’ or ‘somewhat’ worried about their children catching COVID-19 at school, when surveyed just prior to schools reopening at Alert Level 2.
A method for identifying children and young people on the autism spectrum/Takiwātanga using health data within the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) has been developed.
An online survey has been launched to help understand the initiatives already underway driving the revitalisation of te reo Māori with the intention of creating a free database.
Research out of the University of Auckland highlights just how important the effective use of quality data in schools is in helping to raise Māori student achievement.