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Registered Teacher Criteria and e-Learning


The twelve criteria of the Registered Teacher Criteria have been "unpacked" with examples provided for each criteria. 

Look to the side navigation bar for links and examples from my teacher and facilitator practice that show evidence of my fulfilling the criteria to maintain teacher registration.


 Criteria 
 Examples

What might this look like?
 Criteria 1

Fully registered teachers establish and maintain effective professional relationships focused on the learning and well-being of all ākonga. 

How do I/can I embrace e-learning to establish and develop working relationships with my ākonga, their whānau, and my colleagues to support the learning of those I teach?



Developing relationships with students

Developing relationships with parents/whānau

Developing relationships with colleagues
 Criteria 2

Fully registered teachers demonstrate commitment to promoting the well-being of ākonga/learners.

How do I/can I use e-learning effectively to actively promote the well-being of all ākonga/learners for whom I am responsible?


Developing digital citizens

Being culturally responsive

Catering for all learners

Knowing the learner
 Criteria 3

Fully registered teachers demonstrate commitment to bicultural partnership in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
How do I/can I utilise e-learning to demonstrate respect for the cultural heritages of both Treaty partners in Aotearoa/New Zealand?


Professional development

Teaching and learning resources 

Macrons 

Connections to iwi

 Criteria 4

Fully registered teachers demonstrate commitment to ongoing professional learning and development of personal professional practice.

How do I/can I utilise e-learning to further my professional learning and development?

PD networks

Online PD

Online PD resources

Teacher inquiry and practice

Organising content and resources

 Criteria 5

Fully registered teachers show leadership that contributes to effective teaching and learning.

How do I/can I use e-learning to support my colleagues to strengthen teaching and learning in my setting?


Role of the e-learning leader

Vision and strategic planning

Managing change
 Criteria 6

Fully registered teachers conceptualise, plan, and implement an appropriate learning programme.

How can e-learning support and extend what I am trying to achieve when planning programmes of work for groups and individuals?

Effective pedagogy and e-learning 

Teaching examples using ICT 

Digital resources supporting teaching and learning 

Capturing student voice

 Criteria 7

Fully registered teachers promote a collaborative, inclusive, and supportive learning environment.

How do I promote a collaborative, inclusive, and supportive learning environment that embraces e-learning and engages learners?

Developing digital citizens 

Creating a collaborative learning environment 

Being culturally responsive 

Raising engagement and motivation 
 
Catering for all learners

 Criteria 8

Fully registered teachers demonstrate in practice their knowledge and understanding of how ākonga learn.

How does my e-learning practice reflect that I understand the main influences of how my ākonga/students learn?

Creating multiple learning opportunities 

Student ownership of learning  

Assisting critical thinking 

Enhancing the relevance of learning

 Criteria 9

Fully registered teachers respond effectively to the diverse language and cultural experiences, and the varied strengths, interests, and needs of individuals and groups of ākonga/learners.

How does e-learning support me to respond effectively to the experiences, strengths, interests, and needs of individuals and groups of ākonga/learners?

Being culturally responsive 

Gifted and talented

Inclusion and accessibility

Personalising learning

Analysing student data 

Connecting with students 

Engaging with the school community

 Criteria 10

Fully registered teachers work effectively within the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand.

How can e-learning support my teaching to take into account the bicultural context of teaching and learning in Aotearoa New Zealand?


Professional development 

Teaching and learning resources 
 
Macrons 

Connections to iwi
 Criteria 11

Fully registered teachers analyse and appropriately use assessment and information, which has been gathered formally and informally.

How can I use e-learning tools to gather and use assessment information in ways that advances the learning of my ākonga/students?


Digital tools for assessment 

SMS and LMS 

Capturing student voice  

Engaging with the school community
 Criteria 12

Fully registered teachers use critical inquiry and problem-solving effectively in their professional practice.

How do I use e-learning to advance the learning of my ākonga/learners through critical inquiry with my professional learning?


Teacher inquiry 

Professional Learning Communities 

Research
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