About this workshop (Wednesday 12th May, 4–5.30pm, delivered online via Zoom):
This workshop explores wellbeing for all and draws on He Māpuna te Tamaiti and Te Whāriki and Kaupapa Māori models of hauora. Starting with our own wellbeing as kaiako, we will weave in current thinking and research to build a foundation for wellbeing and, as a consequence, learning and development for tamariki, whānau and community. The principles, strands, goals and learning outcomes will be used to inform strategies to design curriculum.
About our facilitators, Glenda Albon and Gae Thawley (CORE Education):
Both Glenda Albon and Gae Thawley are MOE accredited facilitators working for CORE Education’s Early Years team on a variety of projects. They both experienced facilitating wellbeing workshops. Glenda is highly respected for her work with He Māpuna te Tamaiti and specialises in infants and toddlers and working with Pacific communities. Gae Thawley is an accredited Wellbeing facilitator and has extensive experience designing leadership courses for CORE which have kaiako wellbeing at their centre.
New Zealand (nationwide)
Contact: Tina Schmid
(04) 910 2205
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