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Level 6 and 7 snapshots

Learning programme design

Level 6/7 snapshots

Health ed snapshots:

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

Physical ed snapshots:

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

Home economics snapshots:

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Combined HPE and home economics snapshots

Level 6 and 7 learning programme design consultation process

There was a lengthy consultation process for this phase of the SSTLG writing development. The lead writers and expert teachers drafted a set of snapshots targeted at either level 6 or 7 of the NZC, for their subject. 

Two combined subject snapshots were designed to demonstrate learning across the subjects within the HPE learning area. 

In consultation with the HPE Senior Subject National Coordinators (Siobhan Harrod and Rachael Dixon), these snapshots were then sent out to over 50 HPE professionals. Included in this group were tertiary lecturers, as we felt they needed to be up-to-date with current trends in the senior school in order to make use of these resources with their pre-service students. 

Subject associations (PENZ, NZHEA and HETTANZ) were also consulted, and they used their networks to communicate with their members. In some instances the subject associations posted the draft snapshots on their website for comment. 

Our consultation process consisted of the draft snapshots being sent by email to a range of recipients (teachers, lecturers, health professionals) with an invitation to make comment on the snapshots that were attached, as well as an invitation to complete a survey monkey questionnaire about them. 

In addition, each lead writer was responsible for their own in-depth consultation, through a group process. This was really useful, as feedback could be given direct to the writers. The home economics consultation group, in particular, provided excellent feedback, and meet several times to critique, process, and feedback. 

After the initial consultation the draft snapshots were sent to the Ministry of Education for comment. This process proved to be invaluable, as additional feedback enabled the lead writers to reconsider aspects of the design as well as content. 

Finally, the facilitators considered the total feedback and edited the snapshots, which were then quality assured by the Ministry of Education in June 2013.

Last updated September 4, 2013