A book with proven strategies for improving achievement; ideal for anyone wanting to gain greater success.
There will be many students in all schools who are failing to achieve what is planned for them or fail to reach the standard expected of them – so they are underachieving. This can be reversed and greater achievement gained by using proven strategies contained within a recently published book by Dr Leonard Restall.
This book is especially suitable for teachers, students and parents. It can also provide positive suggestions on career choices suitable for individual personality types.
Further information email Dr Restall; email@example.com.
Entries are open for the 2019 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards.
The categories are:
• Excellence in leading
• Excellence in teaching and learning
• Excellence in engaging
• Excellence in health and wellbeing education
• 2019 Education Focus Prize – Excellence in Māori-medium Education.
This is a great opportunity for others to hear about the great work your team is doing for learners, their whānau and your community so they can learn from it and follow in your footsteps.
Last day for entries is Friday 5 April.
Go to www.pmawards.education.govt.nz for more information and to submit an entry.
Professional development for Samoan language
Conference IV will be in the form of small group practical workshops.
Date: 5–6, April.
Venue: MIT North Campus, Pasifika Community Centre, Otara Rd, Otara, Manukau, Auckland (Gate 13 on Alexander Cres)
Fotu o Malama member rate $50.
Non-Fotu o Malama member rate $200 (for 2 days); $100 per day.
To register for the conference: https://goo.gl/forms/QEvgzAhl66lyjZPX2.
For more information, please contact the secretary, Lemoa H S Fesulua’i; ph (09) 275 4029; email H.Fesuluai@mangere.school.nz
Knowledgeable education experts, along with regional presenters from primary and secondary schools, will share ideas and innovative practices. There will be opportunities for professional discussions, sharing practices and extending networks.
Keynote speaker: Dr Rose Hipkins, MNZM
Full day seminars in:
Hamilton – Monday 15 April
Christchurch – Tuesday 16 April
Palmerston North – Wednesday 17 April
These seminars are for all education professionals interested in assessment - primary and secondary teachers, principals, teacher educators, professional development providers, researchers, policy makers.
Register at: www.nzai.org.nz/events-seminars.