Are you satisfied that you are achieving what you planned for, or what you expected? If you are not – then this book would be vital for you. It is based on research but written in a genre type to suit students, teachers, and parents.
Don't delay and change your position to one that is achieving that for what you planned for.
Details can be obtained from Dr Leonard Restall, www.restallsuccess.com or from email@example.com
Primary teachers who need to advance their skills in maths and science education can now be funded to do a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCertED) with a Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship.
Your course fees will be paid for.
Complete two evening courses part-time:
EDCURRIC 708: Making a Difference – Science
EDCURRIC 760: Making a Difference – Mathematics and Statistics
Scholarship applications close Wednesday 23 October.
Courses may be credited towards a masters.
For more details contact our postgraduate adviser firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are invited to participate in te reo Māori and/or Kapa Haka programmes in 2020 with VLN Primary School.
Beginners to immersion.
Whole class or small group participation.
Teachers are welcome to learn alongside their students.
Enrolments close 24 February 2020, classes start mid term 1.
Find out more about these programmes and register here:
Tūī Street Heroes is the sequel to award - winning Tūī Street Tales, winner of the 2016 Storylines Tom Fitzgibbon Award. It can be read as a 'stand-alone' text or as a sequel.
“The kids from Tūī Street make a welcome return as more awe-inspiring adventures await readers looking for a little - a lot - of magic.” – Dionne Christian, Canvas, NZ Herald.
Tūī Street Tales and Teachers' Notes are available through Scholastic. Tūī Street Heroes and Teachers' Notes are available through www.wildingbooks.com.
Author, Anne Kayes also does dramatic, exciting readings in schools. Contact her through her website, www.annekayes.com.