Date
26 September 2021

Gather information to have conversations with ākonga and whānau

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Making a collaborative learning support plan’

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Record observations

Record observations

Consider the following questions in your own context.

Take a look at some examples to kick-start your thinking.

  1. What are you observing?
  2. When does it happen – the particular context or setting?
  3. When does it not happen?
  4. What happens beforehand?
  5. How do people around them respond?
  6. What is the impact on learning?
  7. What helps?

Check your thinking with your peers

Check your thinking with your peers

Take every opportunity to check your thinking and observations with your teaching peers.

Useful resources

Useful resources

Assessment for learning Using the right tools and resources to notice and respond to progress across the curriculum

Assessment for learning: Using the right tools and resources to notice and respond to progress across the curriculum

Read time: 14 min

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Download PDF (637 KB)

Website

Narrative assessment: A guide for teachers

Publisher: Through Different Eyes

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Te Huia: Protecting the wellbeing of the tamaiti

Publisher: Sonya & Angus Macfarlane

Download PDF (157 KB)

Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Making a collaborative learning support plan”:

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