Ministry and other agency resources
Teaching and learning resources from the Ministry of Education
The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
These key documents set the direction for student learning and provide guidance for schools as they design and review their curriculum. Each document starts with a vision of young people developing the competencies they need for study, work, and lifelong learning, so they may go on to realise their potential. The online material provides essential reading for all practicing and intending teachers.
20 downloadable case studies that have been incorporated into a range of learning programmes.
An opportunity to investigate some new teaching and learning tools.
Resources from other agencies
Conservation Education from the Department of Conservation
Find pages and links to educational material, local field trips, National education programmes, other useful websites and access to a Conservation Education Newsletter.
Education Space at the Walking Access Commission
School-focused website pages produced by the New Zealand Walking Access Commission exploring key conservation messages for students and teachers.
Lesson plans designed to explore the 7 environmental awareness principles of Leave No Trace and which apply across year levels.
This website resource supports schools and teachers to develop learning opportunities that are place-based, inquiry-led, and focused on participation for change. Read more in About this resource.
- Classroom, Curriculum & Assessment
- EOTC Conference 2020
- EOTC Research
- Good Practice Stories
- Revisioning School Camps
- Te Ao Māori
- Te Whakatika
- Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education
- Unit Standard Assessment Resources
- Embracing Uncertainty Conference (EONZ, NZHEA, PENZ) 2021