Reporting, like assessment, happens throughout a teaching inquiry and is not just limited to parent teacher evenings. Students and whānau need to be kept constantly informed about progress and achievement, in language they can understand.
Fact sheet – reporting in plain language
Tips for reporting in plain language for teachers.
Resources to support conversations with parents, families, whānau, and communities
Literacy and numeracy resources to help teachers in their conversations with parents, families, whānau, and communities.
Reporting to parents - examples and templates
A selection of example reports and templates for schools to use or adapt.
School stories specific to reporting to parents
These Assessment Online school stories may help you, when revising your reporting processes, to ensure they are aligned with National Standards
Use the quotes selected from the video to discuss your department’s current approaches to engaging a range of people within the school community in talking about students’ learning.
Introducing the e-portfolio
A short presentation designed for those who are unfamiliar with e-portfolios. It defines, illustrates and identifies the impact of e-portfolios on learning with a focus on the 5–18 age group.
Why use ePortfolios?
Nick Rate gives this CORE breakfast seminar focused on the potential of e-portfolios to support an assessment-for-learning approach in the primary classroom.
Red Beach School vision
In this Ministry of Education seminar, staff, students, and a parent from Red Beach School discuss the use of ePortfolios as a teaching and learning tool.
Published on: 01 Mar 2010