Criteria 2

Demonstrate commitment to promoting the well-being of all ākonga

Key Indicators


i. take all reasonable steps to provide and maintain a teaching and learning environment that is physically, socially, culturally and emotionally safe

ii. acknowledge and respect the languages, heritages and cultures of all ākonga

iii. comply with relevant regulatory and statutory requirements

Key Indicators
What does this look like for Scale A teachers?
(evidence)
What does this look like for Principals and School Leaders?
(evidence)
How do I / can I use e-learning to actively promote the well-being of all ākonga for whom I am responsible?
(evidence)

i. take all reasonable steps to provide and maintain a teaching and learning environment that is physically, socially, culturally and emotionally safe
Build a class environment which is physically safe and learning-focused. Ako willing to share cultural knowledge, speak their first language and respect the languages, heritages and cultures of their peers.
Ensure that all classes maintain a safe learning-focused environment. Evidence collected through regular walk-throughs & observations. Evidence on digital environments e.g. blogs & social media.
equity of access to ICT for all Providing access for students who do not have computers at home eg in school, provide computer access in ITC during lunchtimes/ homework club.
Support whanau in their understanding of how to support their children to use ICTs responsibly and safely.

ii. acknowledge and respect the languages, heritages and cultures of all ākonga
Encouraging ākonga to speak in their first language. Planning incorporates cultural knowledge of all learners. Ensuring names are pronounced accurately. Build relationships with whanau & encourage whanau to share cultural knowledge.
Ensure Maori world view, tikanga Maori and te reo are evident through teaching and learning as part of bicultural partnership in Aotearoa New Zealand.



iii. comply with relevant regulatory and statutory requirements
Understand what these are: standards for teachers.













Links to Tataiako, Professional Standards (Primary PrincipalsSecondary School Principals teachers), , Ka Hikitia and NZC (written by +1chattyteacher in Tataiako Word Doc)
(- ulimasao ulimasao I just copied and pasted from word :)

Sonya, There's an updated version that includes the e-learning and graduating teacher standards. - 1chattyteacher 1chattyteacher Oct 25, 2015


Updated version

Tataiako
PTC
Indicators
Professional Standards for Principals and Leaders
Professional Standards for Scale A
teachers
Graduating Teacher Standards
KaHikitia
NZ Curriculum
E-learning
Manaakitanga-
Leading with Moral Purpose
2. demonstrate commitment to promoting the well-being of all ākonga
  1. i. take all reasonable steps to provide and maintain a teaching and learning environment that is physically, socially, culturally and emotionally safe
  2. ii. acknowledge and respect the languages, heritages and cultures of all ākonga
  3. iii. comply with relevant regulatory and statutory requirements
Culture
Maintain a safe, learning-focused environment.

Promote an inclusive environment in which the diversity and prior experiences of students are acknowledged and respected.

Manage conflict and other challenging situations and effectively and actively work to achieve solutions.
Systems
Effectively manage and administer finance, property and health and safety systems.
establish good relationships with students and respect their individual needs and cultural backgrounds

organise a safe physical environment
Standard Four: Graduating teachers use professional knowledge to plan for a safe, high quality teaching and learning environment:

a. Draw upon content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge

when planning, teaching and

evaluating.

b. Use and sequence a range of learning experiences to influence and promote learner achievement.

c. Demonstrate high expectations of all learners, focus on learning and recognise and value diversity.

d. Demonstrate proficiency in oral

and written language (Māori and/or

English), in numeracy and in ICT

relevant to their professional role.

e. Use te reo Māori me ngā tikangaa-iwi appropriately in their

practice.

f. Demonstrate commitment to and

strategies for promoting and

nurturing the physical and

emotional safety of learners.
All Māori are inherently capable of achieving success.

Māori enjoying success as Māori.
The curriculum supports and empowers all students to learn and achieve personal excellence, regardless of their individual circumstances.
Help students to understand the impact of their actions online and their role as a digital citizens.
Explore resources related to well being online.
Provide opportunities
for students to share their home life with the
class.
Use digital tools to allow student’s work to be viewed and valued multiple times by authentic audiences.
Provide a variety of ways for students to engage in new learning and demonstrate their understanding using digital tools in order to match their learning style.
Ensure that students and their families know how to keep safeonline.
Provide access for students who do not have computers at home
Encourage good posture when students are using ICT equipment and ensuing that equipment has been set up with this in mind.










Culture
Maintain a safe, learning-focused environment.
Promote an inclusive environment in which the diversity and prior experiences of students are acknowledged and respected.
Manage conflict and other challenging situations and effectively and actively work to achieve solutions.
Systems
Effectively manage and administer finance, property and health and safety systems.