Some schools have developed new initiatives to reduce the impact of child poverty on learning, and Victoria University is bringing together experts to discuss these innovative approaches.
Here’s a chance for your students to get really creative and be in to win some awesome prizes for the school and themselves ($20,000 total prize pool!).
We want to make it easy for you to study…
Awards open: 1 June, close 16 September.
Applications close 12 July. Long or short term Awards offer participants immersion in the language and culture of a host country where the language taught is spoken.
Professional development opportunity for teachers in understanding Specific Learning Disabilities/dyslexia.
We are pleased to announce that ChildForum will once again be hosting the annual Early Childhood Management Forum.
Where: St Andrews on the Terrace, 30 The Terrace, Wellington.
When: Friday 17th May, 10am – 3pm
Dyspraxia – The Manual You Were Never Given
Dates: Auckland 4–5 October 2013
NZCA's 50th annual conference and AGM is being held from Friday 19–Sunday 21 July, Michael Fowler Centre and Te Wharewaka o Poneke.
Keynote speaker: Dianne Siemon, RMIT University, Bundoora, Melbourne.
We invite senior management and curriculum leaders to register for the NASDAP Conference to be held in Queenstown 28–30 August.
Convened by Te Putea Whakatupu Trust (the Trust)
Would you like the opportunity to create an interactive and culturally rewarding experience for your students using the Pacific Islands as your classroom? This is our annual 12 person educational visit to Samoa in April for genuine group organisers.
Nation building is about leadership – in our sector as well as developing leadership in our children. It’s about maintaining social harmony; learning to be independent. It’s about deciding whether we are leaders or followers of our sector’s future. Nation building is about accepting and confirming early childhood education is where it all starts – building the nation of tomorrow!
The focus of this practical two-day conference (25–26 July – term break) - is ‘mapping a new landscape’ – with the aim of giving you practical strategies to use with your students straight away plus inspiration and a fresh perspective on teaching and learning for the 21st century.
125th Jutbilee, 7th, 8th & 9th February 2014. Past and present staff, students, parents/whanau and community members are invited to attend.
- Bay of Plenty
- Central South
- West Coast