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Current projects

Below is a list of current projects undertaken by CORE Education. The list is alphabetical.

You can also check out our completed projects

The Future Focused Inquiries Programme aims to improve how teachers select and use digital content and software.

Grow Waitaha is a partnership between the MOE, iwi, providers, schools and their communities. CORE works alongside Evaluation Associates, Leadership Lab and Massey University on this project.

The Inclusive Education: Guides for schools is a Ministry of Education website providing New Zealand educators with practical strategies, suggestions and resources to support learners with diverse needs.

The Incredible Years Teacher Programme is a teacher training intervention focused on strengthening teachers strategies to promote children's prosocial behavior. The Incredible Years programme provides teachers with approaches to help create a more positive learning environment for their children. The programme is for early childhood teachers of children aged 3-5 years.

The Learning with Digital Technologies (LwDT) PLD Programme is designed to transition the existing framework from National Support Services for the ICT PD Cluster Programme, to a regional model consistent with PLD provision across priority areas.

CORE Education is working with the Manaiakalani Trust to provide facilitation in five clusters of schools around New Zealand, one in Northland, two in Auckland, one in Christchurch and one on the West Coast.

CORE Education is one of the Ministry of Education’s preferred suppliers for the publication of Te Reo Māori resources for Māori medium schools and settings.

The development of relevant high-quality teaching and learning resources with a multimedia dimension, is crucial to preparing Māori medium students for tomorrow. This guides us as we plan and develop conceptual thinking for future materials.

The National Aspiring Principals' Programme is designed to develop leadership focused on improving student learning outcomes in schools.

CORE were approached by The New Zealand Breastfeeding Authority to migrate their Moodle onto CORE servers. The Learning Design Team are now working alongside NZBA to continue to improve the content.

CORE works on a number of projects with the New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) — Te Whakarōpūtanga Kaitiaki Kura O Aotearoa.

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