Strategic planning to develop



Graduate profile

Development and implementation of a  

concept-based curriculum

Embedding core beliefs around learning into practice



Authentic concept-based subject integration  

Innovation for real-world problem solving

Student passion and agency


Constructivist approach to learning

Meta-cognitive learning

Assessment for learning

Experienced IBPYP educator, curriculum writer  and workshop leader. 

EduKateNZ  supports schools and kura to design and  implement concept-based curriculum to equip students for their future.

Kia ora koutou katoa.  


Ko Kate Brown toku ingoa, founder of EduKateNZ.  I have been an educator for over 40 years and have worked in multiple New Zealand and international schools. 

During this time I have seen passionate teachers working hard to provide the best education for their learners, but I have all too often seen disengaged learners.

This is not a case of not enough passion or effort by the teachers, or effort from the learner, it is often a case of curriculum design and delivery that doesn't relate to the learner.


EduKateNZ works with school owners, principals, teachers, schools and kura to strengthen or re-design the curriculum.  Through working collaboratively with educators we can create opportunities where students learn through their passions, and use their creative and innovative thinking to create the solutions to solve real problems in their world to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others.

Concept-based curriculum explained

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Tel: +64 21 215 0333