Creating a New Success: National Kāhui Ako and School Leaders' Forum.
Be on the front-edge of the wave; step back, reflect and adapt as we progress further into the 21st century.
DON'T miss this opportunity to engage with Charles Fadel, global education leader and Harvard scholar, about ‘Relevant Learning Competencies for better futures.’
When: 6–7 March 2019, 9.30am-3.30pm.
Where: Sancta Maria College Hall, Auckland.
• Early-bird before 20 December 2018, $250 +GST
• After 20 December price $300 + GST.
More info here http://bit.ly/createanewsuccess; email
Contact Brian Annan (021) 659302 or Mary Wootton (021)140 0053.
Dates: 18–26 May.
Youth Week 2019 has many opportunities for students and schools to be involved!
We will have a poster competition (can be a Level 2 Visual art (ART223) 2.3 Design Assessment Activity), funding grant opportunities (up to $1000) and an interactive event calendar.
Check out our website for more information www.youthweek.org.nz.
FMG Jr Young Farmer Of The Year (previously TeenAG) aims to introduce and promote a positive picture about agriculture and agricultural careers from an early age. The goal is to show the stimulating and fun side of agriculture to students from all walks of life, you don't need to be off a farm, you just need to have a love of the land and be keen to get your hands dirty.
For further details: http://www.teenag.co.nz/entry-form-2.
Exciting innovative online S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) programme opens for application. Take a chance to bring your students a new and creative way of learning, as well as opportunities to connect with the world.
Interested? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or 093681231 for Susu.
We look forward to working with you on this project and new initiatives at Term 1-2 in 2019.
For further details https://www.naeaedu.com/steam.
For one day only The RNZPBA are bringing together two of the most unique minds in the fields of education and music. Dr Stephanie Burns and Steven McWhirter will discuss the approaches to teaching and the methods used to produce consistent high-quality outcomes for music students and players regardless of the level they wish to play.
This is a day for music teachers in the school system, private tutors, performance coaches, band leaders and players who coach their own development. It's about all things related to the art and craft of teaching that extracts the potential of their students.
On behalf of the New Zealand Primary School Teachers’ Conference Committee, we warmly invite you to join us at the NZPSTC scheduled in Wellington from 15–16 April 2019.
The programme will include approximately 65 professional development workshops. These high quality workshops will be lead by some of New Zealand’s most inspiring, forward-thinking teachers. There is also an outstanding line up of key note speakers including Chris Hipkins (Minister of Education).
For more information and registration details please visit the website at http://nzptc.com