Hosted by the Wellington Mathematics Association for Y1-13 teachers.
'Coming together to celebrate the teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics.'
'E whakaōtahi ano ki te whakanui i te kaupapa i te pāngarau me te tatauranga.'
* Celebrating and sharing the art of teaching mathematics and statistics
* Connecting to the community.
Over 120 workshops, along with 8 keynote speakers, along with off-site visits to local industries to engage teachers.
The website: https://nzamt16.nz.
Any questions or queries then please contact: email@example.com.
Look forward to hearing from you and seeing you there.
No hassle, no mess frozen dissection products prepared and packed specifically for learning about anatomy, including sheep hearts, kidneys and plucks, pig hearts and kidneys, foetal pigs, cow eyes, chicken feet, etc. Reputable (MPI certified) supplier.
Delivered to cities and larger towns throughout New Zealand (serviced by Fastway Couriers). Allow a delivery time of between 7–10 working days from the time you place your order. Orders are sent on Mondays or Tuesdays.
Delivered frozen in chilly packs to attended addresses only.
Order from Science Resource Box at www.scienceresourcebox.co.nz.
looks to present a showcase of student learning supported by technology. The event will take place at AUT City campus on 19–20 February 2020. An exciting, prestigious and forward-thinking event which creates a unique showcase for trendsetters, practitioners and innovators who are passionate about student learning enhanced by technology. Intended participants will be from both the compulsory primary and secondary and tertiary sectors.
Call for submissions http://sotel.nz
The aim of the annual conference of the Inclusive Education Summit is to consider how education systems can be part of a much wider agenda - the building of inclusive societies.
The conference theme 'It’s about all of us', invites us to meet, work and think together: People from marginalised groups, their families and whānau, allies and accomplices, researchers, students, educators and educational leaders, advocacy organisations.
The conference will be opened by New Zealand’s Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero and feature keynotes by Assoc Dean Ann Cheryl Armstrong, University of South Pacific; Prof Angus Macfarlane, Professor University of Canterbury.
180 Learning Support study awards will be awarded to teachers for 2020.
The Learning Support study awards are an opportunity for teachers to train in specialist areas and develop their skills in working with students with additional learning needs.
Applications for all the study awards close on 30 September.
Many past study award recipients have gone on to become highly sought after specialist resource teachers and advisors.
The study award package can include paid tuition fees, study leave and contributions towards travel and accommodation for any compulsory block courses.
Learning Support Study Awards and Scholarships www.education.govt.nz/school/people-and-employment/principals-and-teachers/scholarships-for-people-working-in-schools/special-education-study-awards-and-scholarships.