Below is a list of current projects undertaken by CORE Education. The list is alphabetical.
You can also check out our completed projects
ACCELL is a Ministry funded online ESOL programme for students in years 7–13. Students who are in the first stages of English language learning and at schools without specialist ESOL support can enrol in this programme of live lessons online and follow-up support.
The Auckland Intermediate Schools (AIS) contract is a research project being carried out by CORE for the Ministry of Education, to explore how a diverse community of schools in Auckland is working together to support student, teacher and community agency. This is a qualitative research project employing narrative to capture and share the stories of change from within this community.
CORE’s Learning Design team were engaged to work alongside tutors and authors at the Centre for Veterinary Education (CVE) at the University of Sydney. CVE had identified a need to apply modern learning practices to their existing Moodle courses, and CORE’s role was to support and consult to this initiative.
The Ministry of Education’s Connected Learning Advisory — Te Ara Whītiki (CLA) initiative is led by CORE Education. The initiative is a three-year-long contract aimed at supporting New Zealand schools and kura to maximise the potential of ultra-fast broadband and the managed network and digital technologies to achieve better educational outcomes.
National Curriculum Support Resources include Te Kete Ipurangi, New Zealand Curriculum Online, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa Online, Educational Leaders, Key Competencies Online, Assessment Online, Technology Online, LEE Online, NCEA on TKI, the VLN, the Secondary portal and New Zealand Curriculum Guides - Senior Secondary.
The e-Learning Planning Frameworks project (English and Māori-medium) involves developing principal and teacher planning and practice frameworks to help schools/kura plan for the effective integration of digital technologies into learning and teaching.
CORE’s Learning Design team were employed to assist Early Childhood NZ in adapting their current courses to suit a more flexible and blended delivery model.
EDtalks is a free database of video interviews with leading educators and thinkers. This steadily growing collection features New Zealand and international educators talking about learning.
Enabling e-Learning is the Ministry of Education's online hub for ICT-related resources and programmes for New Zealand teachers and school leaders.
The Educational Positioning System (EPS) is a comprehensive, web-based, self-review tool for whole school development.