looks to present a showcase of student learning supported by technology. The event will take place at AUT City campus on 19–20 February 2020. An exciting, prestigious and forward-thinking event which creates a unique showcase for trendsetters, practitioners and innovators who are passionate about student learning enhanced by technology. Intended participants will be from both the compulsory primary and secondary and tertiary sectors.
Call for submissions http://sotel.nz
This field trip, based in Te Tai Tokerau Northland will take you back in time to the arrival of Polynesians in Ipipiri/Bay of Islands, investigating their archaeological remains and exploring the way of life of our earliest explorers; then the arrival of Europeans and an exploration of the world we live in now and our future.
This field trip is offered in both te reo Māori and English. Ka kawea tēnei hīkoi ki te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā.
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The Ministry of Education is about to begin the review of all achievement standards and assessment resources.
We will be testing the process from October to December this year with English, visual arts, religious studies and Level 1 science. This will give us an opportunity to fine tune our approach before the full-scale review in 2020.
We need people to join subject expert groups for these early-start subjects now, and are seeking expressions of interest.
Go to: conversation.education.govt.nz/ncea/expert-groups-application, for details and how to apply.
The aim of the annual conference of the Inclusive Education Summit is to consider how education systems can be part of a much wider agenda - the building of inclusive societies.
The conference theme 'It’s about all of us', invites us to meet, work and think together: People from marginalised groups, their families and whānau, allies and accomplices, researchers, students, educators and educational leaders, advocacy organisations.
The conference will be opened by New Zealand’s Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero and feature keynotes by Assoc Dean Ann Cheryl Armstrong, University of South Pacific; Prof Angus Macfarlane, Professor University of Canterbury.
The 2019 National Sport Stacking Championships will be held on Saturday 21 September.
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 is a fun filled family event and spectators and media may join the sport stackers, instructors and volunteers from 8.45am.
All details are on the Speed Stacks (NZ) website: www.speedstacks.co.nz/pages/whanganui
If you’re an educator, you can inquire, investigate or study, with support provided for you and your school, kura or early learning service – then bring that knowledge back to the classroom.
Applications for study awards and study support grants are now available for 2020 – find out more at teachnz.govt.nz.
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Bring your students to the Hamilton Zoo for a hands on LEOTC experience, where they can ask questions of experienced zoo staff, see real animals and learn about conservation, science, or even art and maths!
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