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Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Off the record: the problems with NCEA (Spoiler alert: It’s not the schools fault)

One teacher says the pressure from school leadership, boards and Ministry to meet NCEA achievement targets is zapping the creativity and innovation from their teaching practice.

Off the Record: Cut the trivia, let me teach

One teacher has had enough of administrative meetings that cut into invaluable planning time for teaching and learning.

Off the Record: Communities of Learning – lovers and haters, read on

A secondary school teacher says teachers need to inform themselves about what CoLs are achieving before passing judgement.

Off the Record: The days of JUST ‘chalk and talk’ are past

A secondary school teacher shares frustrations at how teachers are not evolving their teaching practices despite a robust BYOD policy in place.

Off the record: the WHAT matters

Content is still important when it comes to students’ learning.

Off the record: An interesting comparison between business and teaching

A secondary school teacher says we need students to realise that learning extends beyond the requirements of the Achievement Standard and is relevant, exciting and necessary in the 21st century.

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