The Bridge is offering an exciting new workshop:
Dyslexia Matters Workshop: 9.30am–3pm.
Auckland: Tuesday 13 August
Tauranga: Tuesday 20 August.
Dyslexia Matters! Yes it does. Firstly, all teachers need to know what dyslexia is - and what it isn't. Teachers need to be able to identify, and differentiate, between myths, facts, stereotypes and opinions. This workshop will show you how.
Email Frances to enrol: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knapdale School is celebrating its 140th jubilee at Labour Weekend.
We warmly invite any past and present school pupils and wider community members to attend.
Registrations are available from our school website www.knapdale.school.nz under the 140th Jubilee banner.
There will be 3 separate events to attend and registrations will open on 5 July and run through until 4 October.
We look forward to seeing you there!
UC invites all Y12 female students, interested in exploring engineering as a career path, to apply for WiE CAN - Women in Engineering Residential Programme.
Held 19–23 January 2020, WiE CAN is a FREE programme featuring interactive workshops, inspiring presentations and fun social activities. Students will stay on campus in the UC Halls of Residence, experiencing life as a UC student.
Spaces are limited to 60 students and applications close Friday 16 August.
The 4th ebook in the series from Education Futures 21C is now available
Future Ready Education – the KUBDD FRamework discusses the OECD and the World Economic Forum lists of capabilities and competencies for students to develop from 21C education. The reader's beliefs about the purpose of education is challenged and the types and modes of education are discussed.
Finally, the KUBDD Framework is developed
'To Know, Understand, Be and Do, with Learning Dispositions.'
Contact email: email@example.com to ensure your school receives its copy.
The Future of Learning is a two-day national conference on Monday 30 September and Tuesday 1 October in Christchurch, where international and national experts in their fields will guide, teach, educate and challenge participants through a journey of future technology scenarios and possibilities.
The Future of Learning brings together the entire educational and learning ecosystem across educational institutions and workplaces – cross-pollinating expertise and experience to help New Zealand adapt to an uncertain future of accelerating technology and climate change.
See our website for the full line up of outstanding international and national speakers and presenters.
For further information: www.futureoflearning.nz