Below is a list of current projects undertaken by CORE Education. The list is alphabetical.
You can also check out our completed projects
CORE Education and the Asia NZ Foundation have worked closely together on several initiatives.
The Blended e-Learning PLD Programme is designed to transition the existing framework from National Support Services for the ICT PD Cluster Programme, to a regional model consistent with PLD provision across priority areas.
BookTalks is an easy and fun way of connecting early childhood centres, schools, and other organisations with New Zealand authors and illustrators online.
National Curriculum sites and communities include New Zealand Curriculum Online, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa Online, Key Competencies Online, Secondary middle leaders, Community engagement, Middle schooling, the Secondary portal and New Zealand Curriculum Guides - Senior Secondary.
The Digi-Advisors Programme aims to improve how teachers select and use digital content and software.
The e-Learning Planning Frameworks project will develop principal and teacher planning and practice frameworks for the effective integration of ICT into learning and teaching.
The Leadership Programme (2010–2013) is a Ministry of Education funded professional learning programme supporting the development of leadership within early childhood services.
The Targeted Professional Development Programme (2010–2013) is Ministry of Education funded. It operates in specific locations in New Zealand where communities have the most to gain from high quality early childhood services.
Enabling e-Learning will be the Ministry of Education's online hub for ICT-related resources and programmes for New Zealand teachers and school leaders.
Gifted and Talented Education PLD, Helping Gifted Learners Soar: Kia Rewa ki Runga, is designed to raise the achievement of all gifted learners, with a particular focus on gifted Māori and Pasifika students, gifted students with special education needs, gifted students who are underachieving in the regular school system and gifted students from low socioeconomic backgrounds.