Culturally Responsive Pedagogy – Unlocking Teachers' Potential
This course is for all teachers and leaders in Early Childhood, Primary
and Secondary Education Contexts.
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: What does this mean? How will my teaching
style change? How does all this link to the key documents? Why do I need to
work smarter not harder?
At this course there will be opportunities to grow your capability to:
- Demystify how the curriculum documents reflect cultural responsiveness
- Evaluate and defend the meanings of practice-based evidence, particularly as it applies to cultural settings
- Apply critical thinking to culturally responsive practices
- Position practices, policies and contentions of culturally diverse imperatives that co-exist within and alongside a range of theoretical exemplars
- Link the six new standards for the teaching profession to learning outcomes and evidence for your portfolio
The course will offer:
- Authentic learning experiences
- Ways to bring the curriculum to life
- Links to PTC standards.
Dates: 15–17 April 2019
Venue: Quality Hotel Parnell, Auckland
Planning Committee: Dr. James Graham, Prof. Angus Macfarlane, Assoc. Prof. Sonja Macfarlane, Mikayla Hewlett, Marie Gibson, Tracy Hopewell, Lyndon Greening, Lee Stewart.