You will demonstrate how your exemplary use of evidence and research to inform professional practice has led to positive outcomes for diverse (all) students.
Evidence should include:
Note, used in this context data can be taken to mean all qualitative and quantitative information that you would normally gather and use to assess student progress.
Professional tools include:
Related criteria and evidence required in order of direct relevance to Section B.
ACET criterion 3a:
Exemplary use of evidence and research to inform practice.
|Requires multiple sources of evidence and its application to practice. This should include evidence of the ways that theory, research, professional learning and development, have informed practice. A list of references to research that has informed your practice should be provided.
ACET criterion 1:
Practice demonstrably higher than the Experienced Teacher Professional Standards.
Evidence is needed of practice that demonstrates creativity and innovation with ongoing development built on an evidential base from both research and academic theory, and sound analysis of children's learning:
ACET criterion 2:
Explicitly demonstrating positive outcomes for all learners, with specific information about meeting the needs of students identified as 'priority learners' in Government policy.
|Evidence is needed of positive student learning outcomes for all learners related to the New Zealand Curriculum or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa or other relevant official curriculum documents through taking account of, and planning for the learning needs of children.
Evaluation by panel