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Expressions of Interest – NCEA Review of Achievement Standards Subject Expert Groups

Contracts and tenders

Posted: 06 December 2019
Notice reference #: 1HA3jX

We are calling for Expressions of Interest to join the NCEA Review of Achievement Standards (RAS) Subject Expert Groups (SEGs) for all wāhanga ako in Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA), as well as some subjects in the New Zealand Curriculum (NZC).

Note: All other subjects in the NZC can be found here: https://conversation.education.govt.nz/conversations/ncea-review/review-of-achievement-standards/subject-expert-groups-expressions-of-interest-tmoa

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

We are calling for expressions of interest for:

  • Hauora
  • Hangarau
  • Pāngarau
  • Pūtaiao
  • Ngā Toi
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi

Te Reo Māori

We are calling for expressions of interest for:

  • Te reo Māori (NZC)
  • Te reo Māori (TMoA)

What will the SEGs do?

SEGs will work in collaboration with the Ministry to identify the significant learning in their wāhanga ako/subject, and develop new NCEA Level 1 achievement standards and associated material, based on the NCEA Change Package.  

Application details

Each SEG is expected to have 4-8 representatives.

Applicants should:

  • Have expertise or experience in the wāhanga ako/subject
  • Have interest or expertise in learning and assessment within that wāhanga ako/subject
  • Be proficient in te reo Māori and for te reo Māori learning areas, have working knowledge of second language acquisition
  • Be prepared to commit approximately 10 days in 2020
  • Going forward, members may be asked to commit to 6–8 days over 2021, 2022 and 2023.

We’re looking for a range of voices:

  • Experienced teachers and experts from a range of educational settings and backgrounds with special emphasis on Māori medium, iwi, community, industry and tertiary education
  • People with experience working with ākonga Māori, who can represent the rich diversity of our learners. 

To apply, send your CV and cover letter to ras.review@education.govt.nz by 31 January, 2020. Please keep your submission concise (max five pages), noting relevant experience.