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Dispositional Learning Through a Movement Lens

Professional development (PD) Northland

Posted: 22 January 2020
Notice reference #: 1HA4cM

The here’s why and here’s how of dispositional development for learners in the early Y2–7 and beyond.

 This session will cover:

  • The Kinetic Scope, a new framework for developing learning dispositions.
  • Learn how to notice, recognise and respond to dispositional learning.
  • Understand the difference between learning and the learner.

Discover together how to link balance with risk taking, coordination with creativity and intuition to humanity.

"Thank you for the opportunity to come along to your eye-opening seminar last week. We came away with absolute excitement for our own assessment practices.Our biggest ‘takeaway’ was the Kinetic Scope. We believe this to be a curriculum framework in itself! It is incredibly useful when thinking about children’s development and strategies to support delays and goals. We would like to know more about.....or rather kept in the loop about any forthcoming publications, especially about the kinetic scope. The session was great for us, the time suited and the duration was perfect. Although, at the end, I felt like I could have sat a lot longer to listen more." Lillian Sep 2019

"You are very inspiring and have a wealth of knowledge. Great presentation. The Kinetic Scope is a great concept which is easy to follow and the dispositional approach works really well within the play based learning environment. Which we strive to offer for our tamariki.
Thanks ladies" Sarah Nov 2019

Events summary

Northland

19 February 2020 – 19 February 2020