Kei Tua o te Pae/Assessment for Learning: Early Childhood Exemplars is a best practice resource that will help teachers continue to improve the quality of their teaching. The exemplars consist of a series of books that will help teachers to understand and strengthen children’s learning and show how children, parents and whānau can contribute to this assessment and ongoing learning.

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Aminiasi Sets Himself a Goal

Book 2: Sociocultural assessment


Write About My Moves

Book 2: Sociocultural assessment



Pihikete's Learning

Book 3: Bicultural assessment



Micah and his Grandfather

Book 3: Bicultural assessment

 



Te Aranga Responds to a Photo

Book 3: Bicultural assessment



Hatupatu and the Birdwoman

Book 3: Bicultural assessment



"Oh, No!" That's Not Right!"

Book 4: Children contributing to their own assessment

 



Louie Going Out the Door

Book 4: Children contributing to their own assessment



Alexandra Corrects the Record

Book 4: Children contributing to their own assessment



Your Brain is for Thinking

Book 4: Children contributing to their own assessment



Readers, Carers and Friends

Book 6: Assessment and Learning - Competence



George Makes Music

Book 7: Assessment for Learning - Continuity



Issy's New Role

Book 15: The Strands of Te Whāriki: Contribution



Looking Back Through Your Portfolio

Book 17: Oral, visual and written literacy



Zachary's Proof Reading

Book 17: Oral, visual and written literacy



Hamish Sews a Corgi

Book 18: Mathematics



Measuring the Play Dough

Book 18: Mathematics



Jake's Survey

Book 18: Mathematics



Vanessa's Dog, Trent

Book 19: The Arts



From Costume Designer to Movie Director

Book 19: The Arts



I Wonder What This Is?

Book 20: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)



The Photographer At Work

Book 20: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)



Tori's Powerpoint Story

Book 20: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)