Can you help us understand a little more about the learning needs of gifted and talented Chinese students who are in our New Zealand schools?
If you have had any teaching experience with Chinese Y7–8 gifted and talented students, we would like to hear from you!
For the details of this study, please contact Zhu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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www.teacherslounge.co.nz is on a mission to save teachers time and money through gathering 50,000 free resources for NZ teachers to use. Think Twinkl, but crowd sourced and free.
Every day NZ teachers are creating awesome resources and planning that only see use in one classroom. Teachers' Lounge is the place for you to share resources with teachers all across NZ for free. Promoting truly collaborative teaching.
The Friends of the Turnbull Library are running another Smart Alex creative writing competition for New Zealand and the South Pacific secondary school and secondary home-educated students.
Students must respond to or interpret an item from the Alexander Turnbull Library collections and produce a piece of creative writing, illustrated graphic story, or lyrics for a song/waiata.
Entries can be in English or te reo Māori, and there is $3,000 in prize money.
The competition opened 4 March and closes 5pm, Sunday 21 July.
Entry form and competition details are on the Friends of the Turnbull Library website https://turnbullfriends.org.nz/schools-competition.
There’s trouble in the bee hive: a tyrannical queen, exhausted workers, no royal jelly! Enter Phoebe, a human environmentalist aged 11, who wants to save the world.
Comic characters, vivid storytelling, bee facts, physical theatre and puppetry combine to tell this story of Phoebe and her quest to save the bees – a funny, informative and visually beautiful show.
Duration: 50 minutes.
Price: $4 (+ GST) per student (minimum audience 130 children).
"Your actors did a fantastic job and the children were entertained and absorbed in the show. " Titirangi Primary.
For more information: www.cotheatrephysical.co.nz/school-shows/royal-jelly.