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These videos address some aspect of beginning to look at the key competencies in classrooms or whole school contexts.
Jane Holloway, Principal of St Catherine's College, discusses four elements she sees as vital for getting started with the key competencies.
John Locke, Director of the First Time Principals' Programme, explains that The New Zealand Curriculum offers school leaders an opportunity to carry out significant and systematic change.
Mary Chamberlain, from the Ministry of Education, outlines two approaches to teaching an algebra lesson to explain key competencies in action.
Ngaire Harris, Principal of Hauraki Plains College, talks about how they introduced key competencies by building on existing successful initiatives within the school.
Tineke Tuala-Fata explains that it is okay to start small with the key competencies.
Trudy Francis discusses how an integrated model of learning is helping children develop the key competencies in rich and authentic contexts, integrate higher order thinking and take action.
Lisa Smith explains how Rototuna School helps teachers develop rich understandings of the key competencies. This approach involves engaging with research, exploring personal experience, building a framework of the language of the competency, and then modeling the competency in the classroom.