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Past projects

Below is an alphabetical list of projects undertaken and completed by CORE Education

You can also view a list of current projects

CORE developed this Social Sciences curriculum resource in 2009 to investigate values and traditions, cultural interaction and identity, and to foster many of the principles of The New Zealand Curriculum.

CORE Education and the Asia NZ Foundation have worked closely together on several initiatives.

CORE developed the conceptual framework, researched and wrote the content and school stories for Educating For Asia: New Zealand Curriculum and Asia Guide. The guide was released in November 2009.

The Christchurch Earthquake Early Childhood Education (ECE) Participation Project was a Ministry of Education Intensive Community Participation Project that aimed to sustain and improve participation in early childhood education for priority groups in greater Christchurch following the impact of the 2011-2012 earthquakes.

This Ministry of Education funded research project is about exploring effective and innovative ways of sharing early learners’ learning passions, strengths, challenges, and objectives as they transition from early years settings into primary schools.

DigiOps projects were joint partnerships between the Ministry, ICT-related businesses, and schools covering a wide range of schools and themes. CORE Education was contracted by the Ministry to evaluate a number of the DigiOps projects.

The Leadership Programme (2010–2013) is a Ministry of Education funded professional learning programme supporting the development of leadership within early childhood services.

The Targeted Professional Development Programme (2010–2013) is Ministry of Education funded. It operates in specific locations in New Zealand where communities have the most to gain from high quality early childhood services.

CORE Education was commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Education to develop content for the Early Childhood Education website.

The ECE ICT Professional Learning Programme was a national pilot programme for early childhood services initiated by the Ministry of Education and aimed at developing the innovative integration of ICT into teaching and learning and/or administration.

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