Matrix of Professional Indicators

Dimension

Beginning Teacher

Fully Registered Teacher

Experienced Teacher

Registered Teacher Criteria

Tātaiako

Teaching as Inquiry

As well as demonstrating the standards for Beginning Teachers, Fully Registered Teachers:

As well as demonstrating the standards for Fully Registered Teachers, Experienced Teachers:

 

 

 

Professional Knowledge

  • Curriculum
  • Treaty of Waitangi
  • Learning and assessment theory
  • have a sound knowledge of curriculum learning and assessment theory
  • understand the implications of the Treaty of Waitangi and te reo me öna tikanga
  • are competent in the content of relevant curriculum
  • keep informed of developments in curriculum and learning theory
  • demonstrate knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi and te reo me öna tikanga
  • demonstrate a high level of knowledge of relevant curriculum, and of current learning and assessment theory
  • demonstrate a commitment to their own ongoing learning

3

6

10

11

 

Wānanga

Tangata Whenuatanga

Ako

Focusing Inquiry

Teaching Inquiry

Learning Inquiry

Teaching Techniques

  • planning and preparation
  • teaching and learning strategies
  • assessment/ reporting
  • use of resources and technology
  • plan programmes and develop learning and assessment strategies that are consistent with sound teaching and learning practice
  • use appropriate teaching objectives, programmes, learning activities, and assessment
  • demonstrate a range of effective teaching techniques
  • demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness
  • impart subject content effectively
  • use appropriate technology and resources
  • reflect on teaching with a view to improvement
  • demonstrate a broad range of highly effective teaching techniques
  • continually evaluate and reflect on their teaching and act on areas where it can be improved.

6

9

11

Wananga

Tangatawhenuatanga

Ako

Teaching Inquiry

Teaching/Learning

Motivation of Students

  • student engagement in learning
  • expectations that value and promote learning
  • demonstrate effective techniques for motivating students
  • demonstrate expectations that value and promote learning
  • recognise and support diversity amongst individuals and groups
  • engage students in learning
  • establish high expectations that value and promote learning
  • demonstrate a wide range of techniques that provide strong motivation for a diversity of students

7

8

9

Manaakitanga

Tanaga Whenuatanga

Ako

Focusing Inquiry

Teaching Inquiry

Teaching/Learning

Classroom Management

  • student behaviour
  • physical environment
  • respect and understanding
  • apply understanding of positive behaviour management
  • create and maintain a safe environment that is conducive to learning
  • model interactions in ways that are known to be associated with developing respect and understanding
  • manage student behaviour positively
  • establish good relationships with students and respect their individual needs and cultural backgrounds
  • organise a safe physical environment
  • create an environment of respect and understanding
  • provide and maintain a purposeful working atmosphere
  • demonstrate a high level of commitment to student welfare and learning
  • effectively manage challenging learning environments

1

2

7

Manaakitanga

Whanaungataunga

 

Teaching/Learning

Focusing Inquiry

Teaching Inquiry

Learning Inquiry

Communication

  • students
  • colleagues
  • Families/ whanau
  • demonstrate skills of effective communication
  • communicate clearly and accurately in either, or both, of the official languages of New Zealand
  • provide feedback to students
  • communicate with families, whanau and caregivers
  • share information with colleagues
  • demonstrate highly effective communication skills when interacting with students, colleagues and families/whanau

1

11

Whanaungataunga

Wananga

Teaching/Learning

Learning Inquiry

Support for and Co-operation with Colleagues

  • co-operate with and seek support from colleagues
  • establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues
  • encourage others and participate in professional development
  • support and provide effective assistance to colleagues in improving teaching and learning

4

5

12

Wananga

Ako

Teaching Inquiry

Contribution to Wider School Activities

  • participate in the life of the school
  • contribute to the life of the school
  • successfully organise aspects of programmes within the school to promote teaching and learning

5

Wananga

Teaching/Learning

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