The shape of the success zone is determined by the 41 schools involved and their representatives. More info
KSZ is about building productive partnerships across schools, sectors and communities in the Kimberley. Access a list of KSZ activities.
The six KSZ priority areas are literacy, numeracy, attendance/engagement, community, leadership and special needs.
KSZ in collaboration with the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) have set up a KSZ group on the connect with maths Indigenous online community
space, so we can connect and build a dynamic community that taps into
the existing expertise in KSZ schools, while we collect and share
knowledge and understandings. Everyone of us contributing in ways that
improve teaching and learning for Kimberley kids. More info and how to join here.
Click here to download the latest issue of the KSZ newsletter, Kimberley Kaleidoscope. Sign up to our mailing list (see right) to receive updates on publications and KSZ activities.
This publication informs secondary students and their families on further education, training and employment options across the Kimberley. Printed booklets for students and class sets for use by teachers (including extensive teacher guides) were distributed to Kimberley schools end of October 2013. Download electronic version here.
Extensive new material, such as planning and assessment tools, case studies, forum information, research and reports, has now been gradually added to the website under the menu tabs 'Tools for success' and 'Priority areas'. Check them out when you have a moment!
A series of forums were held in 2011 and 2012. Information and resources gathered from the Literacy forums can be accessed here and from the Numeracy forums here.
KSZ has developed a series of videos around four central topics on leadership in KSZ schools featuring experienced KSZ principals. Professional learning guides for group and individual learning are also provided.
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Follow Caty Morris from AAMT and KSZ Coordinator Sue Thomas on their Maths Roadtrip visiting Kimberley schools to capture the existing expertise and showcase effective practices being used to improve numeracy outcomes for Aboriginal students.
Literacy workshops run by Dyslexia SPELD Foundation (DSF) in cooperation with KSZ. More info here.
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This edition focuses on EAL/D in the Kimberley; online communities for Kimberley educators: Connect with Maths and Scootle Community and contains useful weblinks and resources.
KSZ is sponsoring KidsMatter and MindMatters to roll out their programs across the Kimberley in 2013. The program is adapted specifically for the
Kimberley context. Read more
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