Inspired teaching and learning starts here.
This year's kaupapa poses the question: How might we, as teachers, prepare our students for the innovation, creativity and technology in future workplaces?
2 day Inspire Conference – 28–29 September, 9am–4pm
A huge number of exciting workshops to choose from
Terrific keynote speakers
Morning tea and lunch provided
$295 per person
For teachers and leaders from primary right through to secondary
Sessions will be delivered in English Medium, but with Te Ao Māori values and perspectives integrated.
For further information: www.digitalcircus.org.nz/inspire-conference-2020.
DREAM BIG! An exciting event is coming your way. Designed for students, this special iNVENTIONATOR is supported by 6 online resources. It’s free for gifted learners who want to Play. Think. Design. Innovative solutions to real-life problems. Are you ready to DREAM BIG? Find out more https://bit.ly/2P4yVvm
Powered by CORE, in partnership with Ministry of Education.
Virtual event 14-17 September (four half-days).
Nelson face-to-face event 28-29 October.
Contact details: Suzi Gould, CORE Education
Ph: (0800) 267 301
We’re looking for an independent panel of experts to assess portfolios from teachers seeking recognition as an Advanced Classroom Expertise Teacher (ACET).
To apply to be a panel member, please call the ACET recognition process team on 0800 165 225 or email ACET.Recognition@education.govt.nz for a guide and application form. Please email your form and accompanying CV to ACET.Recognition@education.govt.nz by end of the 19 August 2020.
Policy is New Zealand’s only comprehensive and easily accessible election information website. Ahead of the 2020 election, we’ve partnered with social science educators across New Zealand to create resources that help teachers navigate the election in the classroom.
Our activity plans help teachers guide students through discussions on the values, priorities, and impacts policies have on different groups of people. Using Policy, students can learn about different election issues, strengthen their ability to make value-based decisions, and understand why different people and groups make decisions that are different to their own.
Resources are free and available at policy.nz/schools.
The NZAGC are excited to be bringing the New Zealand Association for Gifted Children conference to Christchurch this year with the theme Gifted Wellbeing.
Venue: Rangi Ruru Girls' School
Date: Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September.
This conference is suitable for teachers, parents and students.
There are a range of membership options, from NZAGC members, non-members and school groups. If you are an NZAGC member you will need to login to access the member prices.
We hope that you will be able to join us
For further details: www.giftedchildren.org.nz/event-3532539?CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=9/25/2020.