The Numeracy Development Projects (NDP) were a collection of Ministry-funded, in-school professional learning and development initiatives implemented in New Zealand schools between 2000 and 2009. The goal of the NDP was to improve student performance in mathematics through improving the professional capability of teachers. The NDP knowledge and strategy frameworks (the Number Framework) strongly influenced the development of the mathematics and statistics learning area of the New Zealand Curriculum, and in particular the number and algebra strand.
|The Number Framework||Describes stages in the development of students' number strategies and knowledge.|
|The teaching model||Describes the process of leading students from using materials to understanding number properties.|
|Representational framework||Illustrations of each Number Framework stage using work samples and video clips.|
|Equipment animations||How to use common classroom equipment to teach numeracy concepts.|
|Home-School Partnership: Numeracy||Resources to support HSPN, including handbook and activities.|
|Content tutorials||Information to support the teaching of the more challenging aspects of number.|