Using Learning Stories as evidence for your Internal Evaluation
Presented by Roberta Skeoch, Educational Leadership Project
He iti, he iti mānuka
Though little, it is a mānuka tree
This particular whakatauki relates to the mānuka/kahikātoa tree. Though small in size, mānuka has a staggering amount of uses, from food to rongoā, as well as all manner of tools and artefacts. Like the mānuka tree, wonderfully written learning stories can also serve a number of purposes from assessment to evidence of Te Whāriki in action, internal evaluation and teacher inquiry. This workshop will focus on using learning stories as evidence for the standards of the teaching profession for teacher certification purposes.
This workshop is part of the Celebrating Learning Stories Conference on 14 October in Auckland. The cost includes a full day of presentations, plus morning tea and lunch.
Contact: Claire Chapman
(07) 856 8708