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A. Approach to learning design (1000 words). Explain how you are thinking about

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A. Approach to learning design (1000 words). Explain how you are thinking about education for Pacific peoples and
issues of race1
, power, and privilege in relation to learning design. Consider how your approach to learning design
in Part B will be informed by:
• The curriculum: the nature and purposes of your focus curriculum areas
• The learners: your knowledge of the learners; including assessment information, ethnic and cultural
backgrounds, racial dynamics of the class, school and community.
• Relevant literature: including frameworks such as the elaborations for the Education for Pacific Peoples crossprogramme priority, Mahi Arotake 1 and 2, Te Hurihanganui, Pacific Education Action Plan, Tapasā, Te
Waharoa, Ngā Paerewa | Standards
B. Learning design (2000 words). Create an inquiry question that integrates your selected curriculum areas. Design a
four to five lesson sequence2
that would sit within the inquiry that:
• is informed by your approach to learning design (Part A)
• develops students’ curriculum-specific knowledge, understandings, and inquiry skills
• includes the specific curriculum content, learning intentions, tasks and activities, success criteria intended for
each lesson, as well as opportunities for formative assessment
• includes differentiated, co-operative, and co-constructed approaches
C. Next steps (500 words). Critically reflect on your next steps to strengthen your learning design, using relevant
literature. Provide concrete, curriculum-specific examples of how you will:
• use assessment information to modify the design across diverse school contexts, drawing on another scenario
or class with which you are familiar
• deepen your curriculum expertise, including your content and pedagogical knowledge to support the inquiry
• enhance and apply your understandings of Pacific knowledges, experiences, values, and language/s
• address the ongoing effects of colonialism and structural inequities through learning designs

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