Needs Competencies Values

Early Childhood - Compulsory Schooling (Prim & Sec) - Tertiary Education

Glasser

Choice Theory

Borba/Frankl

The Five Gifts

Te Whariki

Pelorus Transition Bridges

Havelock Values

NZ/MoE Values

Key Competencies

School Leavers…

Tertiary Key Competencies

fun & learning mission

Exploration

- Mana aotūroa

Being a Learner

- Whakaaro

Learning for life… Akoranga

making meaning, throughout life, habits of mind, higher order thinking, creativity & adaptability

Thinking

can understand and critique the nature of the world around him/her and make informed decisions

Thinking

power, importance & success competence

Communication

- Mana reo

Being a Communicator

- Mana reo

Responsibility Kawenga

duty, obedience, loyalty/allegiance, honour

Using languages, symbols and texts

is able to engage in learning throughout life

Using tools interactively

Safety

security

Well-being

- Mana atua

Being Well

- Kaha

Honesty Pononga

truthfulness, trustworthiness, integrity, reliability, humility

Managing Self

takes responsibility for self; motivated, reliable and confident

Acting autonomously

Courage Toa

best effort/quality, self-discipline, enterprising, preparation, organisation, independence, positivity, perseverance

freedom to choose

self-hood

Contribution

- Mana tangata

Taking Responsibility

- Haepapa

Caring Manaakitia

for others & self…

fairness, kindness, politeness/tact, understanding, helpfulness, co-operation, compassion, concern, reasonableness, rights, property, respect, courtesy

Relating to Others

can participate effectively in and contribute to a range of life contexts

Operating in social groups

love & belonging affiliation

Belonging

- Mana whenua

Being Perseverant

- Pūkeke

Community Iwi Whānui ~ Tauira

engagement, respect for difference/diversity, exemplary role-model, leadership

Participating & Contributing

has a positive sense of identity