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Moderation is the process of teachers sharing their expectations and understanding of standards with each other in order to improve the consistency of their decisions about student learning. In these pages you can find information on the theory of moderation, and practical advice on the ways schools might go about setting up moderation processes.
This page includes information on making reliable, valid, evidence-based decisions and making consistent decisions over time. It also covers how moderation supports assessment for learning.
This page covers the general processes of moderation in schools, including the moderation of OTJs, and explains the roles that students and teachers play in the process.
Guidance is given on resources available to assist teachers with moderation. Included are questions that schools can use for discussion in staff, department or syndicate meetings.
This case study follows a team of senior leaders from a cluster of schools in the Upper Hutt area. This Network Learning Communities project has a focus on establishing sustainable and effective moderation systems for making Overall Teacher Judgments against National Standards.
This is a series of professional learning modules that will help teachers to develop shared expectations and understanding of student learning and progress through the process of moderation.