The New Zealand Literacy Association (NZLA) with the Canterbury Literacy Association (CLA) are pleased to host the 42nd national conference 'The Arts as a Bridge to Literacy' at Rangi Ruru Girls' School, Christchurch. 29 September–2 October.
The themes for the workshops are:
Learning through the arts
Love of literature
Sharing our practice-based inquiries and research
Keynote speakers: Gavin Bishop, Dame Wendy Pye, Dr Steven Layne (USA), Dr Viv Aitken, Marcus Akuhata-Brown, Dr Murray Gadd, Mary Chamberlain
Early bird registrations close 18 June.
Call for workshop submissions close 18 June.
For further information: nzla.org.nz/events/2019-conference-cla-the-arts-as-a-bridge-to-literacy.
If you are looking to engage your students in an immersive and culturally rewarding environment, look no further than Raro!
We sponsor escorted teachers' tours for those looking to extend their classrooms to the Pacific – we will provide hands on experience and skills to help plan a tour to return with a school group.
While on ‘Famil’ with us you will participate in masses of activities and look at ways of giving back to the local community. This year is a June departure for 4 nights.
Genuine group leaders are welcome to contact: Edventuretours;ph (07) 855 9499; email: email@example.com
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!
We create education programmes tailored to the needs of you and your students.
Get in touch today to find out more: ph (07) 838 6887; email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking to engage your students in an immersive and culturally rewarding environment, look no further than Noumea! We sponsor escorted teachers tours' for those looking to extend their classrooms to the Pacific – we will provide hands on experience and skills to help plan a tour to return with a school group.
While on ‘Famil’ with us you will participate in masses of activities and look at ways of giving back to the local community.
This year's trip is in August.
Genuine group leaders are welcome to contact Edventuretours; ph (07) 855 9499 or by email email@example.com
The Science Roadshow is on tour refreshed with new exhibits, shows and classroom ready resources – all designed to support and augment the delivery of curricula as well as enthusing and stimulating teachers and students.
The programme includes:
• On The Move - Principles of Force and Movement
• Elemental Chemistry - Building blocks of reactions
Forces – Ngā tōpana
Comparisons – Ngā whakatauritenga
Observations using measurements – Te mātakitaki mā te ine
Patterns, grouping, classification – He tauira, he whakarōpu, he kōmakatanga
Materials – Ngā matū
Models – He tauira.
Complimentary resource book may be downloaded.
This conference is open to everyone interested in Montessori education in NZ. MANZ looks forward to you joining us at Waipuna Hotel and Conference venue for an invigorating and fulfilling weekend with a great lineup of guest speakers.
Date: 6–8 July.
For further information: www.confer.nz/manz2019.