Design Assembly is excited to bring you a day of conversations dedicated to teachers.
3 industry speakers, 3 burning topics for high-school education (coding or designing, finding the solution or understanding the problem and digital or analogue).
Join us for a day of talks and conversations featuring Raul Sarrot (Designer, strategist and coach at Fresh Fish), Matt Gould (Director at Lushai, co-founder of UX Gym and co-founder of UX Homegrown design conference) and Nicole Arnett Phillips (Designer, Typographer, Publisher, Writer and Printmaker).
Wednesday 10 July
8.30am – 2pm
13 Rose Road
$299 +GST Professional / $199 +GST Design Assembly Friend
When: 9am to 2.30pm.
Where: Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, 751-761 New North Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland.
Entry fee: $17.50 per player.
Format: Three separate 6 round tournaments in age groups: pen, under 12 and under 10 years of age.
Organised by the Waitakere Chess Club Inc for the NZ Chess Federation
For queries contact Bruce Pollard; ph (027) 435 8674; email firstname.lastname@example.org or Viv or Bob Smith, (021) 162 3342 (Viv) or (027) 478 6282 (Bob) or go to the New Zealand Chess Federation website http://www.newzealandchess.co.nz/calendar.html for information and entry form.
The Teaching Council is calling for applications from teachers, leaders and teacher educators for three of its panels; the Registration Panel, Disciplinary Tribunal and Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Programme Approval and Review Panel. These 3 panels are integral to the Council’s functions.
This is an opportunity to contribute to decision-making within the Council in three different areas:
• teacher registration and certification;
• teacher conduct and competence; and
• ITE programme approval and review.
Application forms, position descriptions, and more information about the panels is available on the Teaching Council’s website: www.teachingcouncil.nz/vacancies.
Education Leaders Forum 2019: Digital Divides, Dividends and Dangers,
17 –18 July, Dunedin is the 13th in an annual series for education leaders and aspiring leaders from across the learning spectrum. Educators are more important than ever as knowledge navigators in a world awash with digital data.
ELF19 is designed to give educators actionable leadership insights into bridging digital divides, unlocking digital dividends and avoiding digital dangers. Ensure your learning community is represented.
Visit www.smartnet.co.nz for the ELF19 overview and contributors and topics.
Register now for early bird discounts or indicate interest in ELF19 updates email@example.com.
New Zealand Poetry Society invites entries in its annual international poetry competition, including 2 junior sections (primary/intermediate, and secondary) in both verse and haiku. Entry forms and competition guidelines are on the website at https://poetrysociety.org.nz/ or available from firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries must be received by 31 May, and schools receive an entry fee discount for group entries.
Teachers are also welcome to enter.
Have or considering Mandarin Chinese in your school? Confucius Institute in Auckland invites New Zealand school principals and senior management to apply for this unique opportunity to experience Chinese culture, schools and contemporary Chinese society first-hand.
All expenses in China, including in-country travel, food and accommodation are covered. Airfares, visa, travel insurance and personal expenses will be the responsibility of the individual.
Available to principals and senior management in the Auckland, Northland and Waikato regions only.
Trip date: 7–20 October (tbc)
Application deadline: Monday 1 July.
For more information visit http://ci.ac.nz.