Resources from Teachers in Industry Programme 2017.
The following are a collection of some of the resources collated during the Teachers in Industry programme.
The Teachers in Industry programme aimed to foster curious minds by:initiating, developing and extending current networks connecting teachers to local Franklin, Papakura and Manurewa business/industry. The programme was part of a Nation of Curious Minds.
The programme was for school teachers and Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) intensive businesses.
The aims of the programme were to:
- support teachers/kaiako in ways to collaborate with, and leverage off, existing activities to enhance teacher/kaiako engagement with science and technology;
- facilitate links between schools and industry and
- foster curious minds by initiating, developing and extending current networks, connecting teachers/kaiako to local business/industry.
The Teachers in Industry (TiI) contract finished on 13 April, 2018.
Royal Society Te Apārangi appreciated the interest and participation by teachers, businesses and organisations in the programme and is delighted to report that the programme achieved the project outcomes.Teachers have told us the events have been “amazing”; they are sharing their new knowledge with their student’s, colleagues and communities and they are increasingly aware of the need to factor in local opportunities and employability skills into their teaching and learning programmes and Businesses have valued the opportunity to engage with teachers and to showcase their sector.
Below are some of the Teachers in Industry resources.
- Benchmarks and supporting resources: The career development benchmarks and supporting resources help schools and tertiary organisations self-review their career development programmes and services.
- Career Development Benchmarks: Year 7 and 8: The Career Development Benchmarks: Year 7 and 8 are a self-review tool for schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development for Year 7 and 8 students.
- Career Development Benchmarks: Secondary: The Career Development Benchmarks: Secondary are a self-review tool for secondary schools to assess and improve the quality of their career development programmes and services.
- Inspire rangatahi with Māia videos: Career New Zealand’s Māia video series celebrates seven inspiring Māori businesses. Watch their stories plus get tips on employability skills for young people and how they can score a job or start a business! Visit the teacher’s page for advice on how to use it in the classroom.
- Employability Cards: These "cards” are designed to help schools and businesses to engage with each other. One card for schools and one for businesses:
- The Vocational Pathways assessment resources provide learners with real-world assessment activities that support learning programmes.