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Mentor Teacher Programmes - Kohia Cente
Year Two Provisionally Certificated Teachers Programmes
Year One Provisionally Certificated Teachers Programmes for 2021 - Kohia Centre
This comprehensive two-day institute facilitated by Toni Christie and Lauren Ryan will inspire and affirm new, established and aspiring leaders in ECE. Participants will benefit from networking with other leaders in early childhood and share valuable knowledge and experience.
This workshop will share a values-based approach to leadership. With nearly 30 years of leadership experience in early childhood education, Toni will share her wit, wisdom, and lessons learned from leading teams. Participants will discuss and explore the following core values for leadership in education: Courage, vision, service, empathy, loyalty, honesty, grace, creativity, joy, gratitude, empowerment and respect. Included with the course is a comprehensive resource.
This is a practical, professional development opportunity focusing on ERO’s approach to internal evaluation. Aimed at all who work with young children in Early Childhood Education (ECE), this workshop will take you through some practical examples and the Childspace framework for internal evaluation for strategic, regular or emergent purposes. You will be supported to begin designing an evaluation on a policy, programme, or an area of practice, suited to your centre’s needs. There will be time to discuss some of the challenges of internal evaluation and tips and tricks for successful internal evaluations and evaluative team cultures. Through this you will gain a greater understanding of the purposes, process and practice of internal evaluation. You will leave this workshop feeling confident to support your team towards ensuring internal evaluation leads to continuous quality improvements that support positive learning outcomes for all ākonga/learners.
Now in its 33rd year, the Science Roadshow is back on the road for 2021.
The Science Roadshow strongly supports the Nature of Science strand and the Five Foundational Science Capabilities and is an exciting and entertaining learning programme of two live demonstrations and 55-60 hands-on exhibits that broaden students' knowledge of the STEM subjects.
The programme lasts for 80 minutes and includes two fantastic live shows:
"Experimenting!" - thinking scientifically and learning how to experiment
"Up, down, all around” - the science of gases.
PLUS A range of over 60 hands-on exhibits grouped under the themes of:
Electricity, Fair Tests, Flight Lab, Human Performance, Light, Magnetism.
Bookings can be made online at www.roadshow.org. Admission is $9 per student. Teachers and accompanying adults are free.
For 42 years secondary school students from throughout New Zealand and overseas have gathered over Easter to compete for trophies at the National Youth Jazz Competition held as part of the National Jazz Festival Tauranga.
The National Youth Jazz Competition is open to all secondary school students and is held at Baycourt Community and Arts Centre, Tauranga.
This workshop continues from the previous week, looking at what managers, directors and governance groups need to do when working with their staff.
This workshop looks at what managers, directors and governance groups need to do when working with their staff.
This workshop looks at what managers, directors and governance groups need to understand about business and education legislation in Aotearoa/ New Zealand.
This workshops looks at what managers, directors and governance groups need to do to comply with being a good employer in Aotearoa/ New Zealand.
Youth Week 2021 is just round the corner and we're super excited to have students and schools fully involved!
This year we have a poster competition (can be a Level 2 VISUAL ART (ART223) 2.3 Design Assessment Activity), funding for Youth Week events (up to $1000) and giveaways!
Please get in touch for more details; email firstname.lastname@example.org; website www.youthweek.org.nz.
Kiki Kiwi and Friends is a litter centric educational resource based on the adventures of Kiki the Kiwi and his endeavour to stop litterers! It has been developed to help 5–11 year olds understand and respond to litter and littering issues. The resource is aligned with the New Zealand Curriculum and are flexible enough to be taught as a complete unit of work or individual themes can be taught separately.
The programme can be accessed and downloaded digitally at www.litterless.knzb.org.nz
The website also incudes online interactive activities for students to participate in.
Do you teach Y7–13 students? Are you a tertiary student looking for a challenge?
YRE Litter Less New Zealand is an enviro-journalism education programme and competition that gives young people the opportunity to be part of the solution by producing creative and engaging environmental journalism.
The competition is open to students aged 11–25 who attend a school or tertiary institution that is registered for the YRE programme.
Participants investigate and report on environmental issues relating to PLASTIC, and propose solutions by using video, photography or writing. Their work is then shared via a media campaign.
Find out more at www.yre.org.nz.
Join us for the first online event as part of the Rubber Duck Awards for 2021, and learn why coding matters and how coding can be key to unlocking new ways of learning for all ākonga.
Book your place or find out more at www.rubberduckawards.co.nz/kaiako-hui