The Teacher Education Refresh (TER) programme is currently funded by the Ministry of Education.
The Kohia Centre programme can be completed in 2–3 months. It is delivered through a combination of 4 face-to-face workshops, online modules/tasks and a 4 week practicum in a school. (Teachers already employed in long term teaching positions can use their current position to demonstrate effective teaching practice).
The TER programme covers a wide range of topics including planning and assessment in the New Zealand Curriculum, teaching as inquiry, working with priority learners, and cultural competencies.
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The 2019 KERU Symposium presents the Curriculum Design Coherence (CDC) Model on Tuesday 19 November. Find out how KERU’s Knowledge-Rich School Project members are using the model in their subjects to design specific topics, a year’s course and a school-wide programme.
Date: 19 November.
Veneue: N 561, N Block, 74 Epsom Ave, Epsom, Auckland.
RSVP by: Monday 4 November.
Melanoma Awareness Week is fast approaching (21-27 October) and there's an amazing 'SPOT PRIZE' up for grabs:
A Shade Systems StarShade® shade sail valued at nearly $10,000
To be in to win, all you need to do is:
1. Register your school at www.melanoma.org.nz/get-spotted
2. Hold your 'Get Spotted' mufti day (throw in a spot of fundraising and education about being SunSmart too, if you can)
3. Upload photos or videos of your school 'Getting Spotted' to our Facebook event page, linked to www.facebook.com/MelanomaFoundationNZ/
Good luck and thanks for your support.
The Melanoma New Zealand Team.
(Ts&Cs online at www.melanoma.org.nz/s/TCs.pdf).
Tickets are on sale for It's Business Time and we want to see you there!
It’s Business Time (IBT) is a 2-day conference showcasing NZ business stories, curated specifically to complement the current curriculum. IBT is designed to help educators foster enterprising people by sharing and developing best practice in integrating enterprise and financial education into their curriculum.
The programme is designed so that individuals can choose from a selection of speakers and workshops that best suit their interests so that every attendee can maximise the outcomes of the conference.
For more details visit: www.youngenterprise.org.nz/events.