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Slowing Down and (Re)connecting

Professional development (PD) Auckland, Waikato

Posted: 11 September 2019
Notice reference #: 1H9yQf

ELP lecture series, November lecture, 7–9pm, $40.00pp

Presented by Kathryn Delany and Marianne MacPherson

In this era of ‘connectivity’ we have been reflecting on the importance of connection. The Te Whāriki (2017) Mana Whenua/Belonging strand clearly emphasises the importance of connection 'Children know(ing) they belong and have a sense of connection to others and the environment'. Māori view the 'child’s connection through time to whenua, atua, Māori and tipuna'. Parker J. Palmer (1997) reminds us if we want our children to be able to weave their own web of connections between the world, the people around them and themselves then we need to spend time modeling this with them. Using the Whāriki and weaving as a metaphor for connection we will be exploring ways in which we can re-connect.

Events summary

Waikato

12 November 2019 – 12 November 2019

Auckland

13 November 2019 – 13 November 2019

Further information

Contact: Claire Chapman

 (07) 856 8708

admin@elp.co.nz

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