Autism Resources Limited provides quality books and resources, including the popular time timers and sensory tools for teaching children with autism spectrum disorder. For over 10 years we have been supplying NZ schools and early childhood centres with quality books and resources under the Sue Larkey and Education Events brands. Our name has changed but we are still the same, but with NZ ownership and cheaper pricing.
To order and view our range of top-quality products go to www.autismresources.co.nz or email email@example.com.
Create1World conferences offer Aotearoa's young people skills, inspiration and role models of diverse artists who are using their art to connect us across cultures and address global issues such as peace, inequality and climate change. We think this is important work to be celebrating right now, and we invite all teachers and students in Y7–13 to join us for Create1World 2019.
In the lead-up to the conferences (November 14, Wellington; November 21, Auckland), we also run a national creative activism and global citizenship competition for young people.
You can see all the details of both competition and conferences here: http://masseyblogs.ac.nz/expressivearts/2019/03/06/create1world-2019.
The Aurecon Bridge Building Competition encourages students to unlock their potential by engaging with STEM early.
The competition is open to Y9–10 students in Auckland and Christchurch.
Entry is free, and using materials supplied by Aurecon, students are tasked with designing and constructing a model bridge using the construction guidelines provided.
Judging days take place in September, and all competitors are invited to gather at venues in Auckland and Christchurch where bridges are tested.
Search for Aurecon Bridge Building Competition to register your school!
For further details: www.aurecongroup.com/careers/bridge-building-competition.
Dates: 18–19 July.
Venue:Kohia Centre, Gate 1, 78 Epsom Ave, Epsom.
This symposium will provide an opportunity for education practitioners to access the most recent research and practice that describes effective and high quality inclusive education in both NZ schools and international examples.
A variety of speakers from different parts of the sector with wide knowledge and experience will address theory and research, share personal stories, political perspectives and future plans for inclusive education in NZ. Practical support and resources for teachers in the classroom will be a strong focus with opportunity for collaboration and discussion.
For further information: https://onlineforms.education.auckland.ac.nz/447467.