The 2019 NZ Sport Stacking Open Championships are being held on Sunday 2 June (Queen’s Birthday Weekend) in Wellington.
This competition is open to everyone, with our novice section enabling those new to the sport to compete alongside seasoned stackers, facing the same thrill of a competition whilst striving for goals and records amongst those of equal experience.
This tournament doubles as trials for the NZ Black Stacks. Any competitor wishing to be considered for selection for the 2020 NZ Black Stacks team, representing NZ overseas, will need to attend this tournament.
Free entry for spectators and media.
A new unit – Health, Driving and Substance Impairment – is available for secondary teachers to freely download and use. Students analyse how medication can impair driving. This is a sizeable and serious problem in New Zealand, affecting drivers of all ages.
Five credit NCEA Level 3 resource. Students examine determinants of health, and implications for the wellbeing of people and society. From this analysis, they recommend health-enhancing strategies. High-quality data is provided plus resources designed using SOLO Taxonomy.
Supports assessment for Achievement Standard 91461: Analyse a New Zealand health issue.
Download here: www.education.nzta.govt.nz/health-ncea-l3
2019 NZAMT Conference, Lower Hutt, Wellington.
Dates: 1–4 October.
A four day mathematics and statistics conference catering for teachers at primary, intermediate and secondary schools and Kura to celebrate the diversity of our subject. You are invited to register, and for those wanting to present workshops, lead round table discussions then abstracts can also be submitted from March, 2019.
Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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