Learn Digital Technologies online with the VLN Primary School
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Teacher aides are a vital part of the learning community. This online programme will provide the necessary guidance and support that will set you up for success.
Notice, recognise and respond are the catch-cry of assessment processes. But just how well are these being integrated with what we know about how children learn, how kaiako practice and the notion of progress over time? This webinar will use current thinking about Te Whāriki to explore interpretive analyses of children's thinking, doing and being, alongside kaiako responses.
Everyone learns differently. For all ākonga to be successful, lifelong learners, learning spaces need to be designed to be flexible, barrier-free environments. Find out how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can enable equitable access and participation in learning.
The NZ NPDL Deep Learning Lab is back for 2021 – this year with in-person and virtual connection opportunities available! Explore deep learning alongside innovative educators and global experts at this two-day event.
This 20 week online programme supports participants to grow their own ability to mentor or coach others in their learning community through practical application of mentoring and coaching skills. It also explores how mentoring and coaching systems may be designed and implemented in your setting.
An extensive Teachers' Resource Kit has been written by two secondary English, Drama and History teachers on the new novel, In Our Own Back Yard, by Anne Kayes, published by Bateman Books.
The Teachers' Resource Kit can be found on https://www.annekayes.com/ in the 'Teachers' Notes' section.
Child Protection Training - introduction or refresher course