Save the date now – 15–16 April.
Venue: Wellington College.
This exciting event is open to all primary and intermediate teachers.
With 70 workshops, inspiring keynote speakers and a fun social evening! The theme of this years’ conference is 'Integrated Learning and Collaborative Teaching in the 21st Century'.
More than eleven subject associations and other education providers will be represented at this event, sharing current research, knowledge and expertise.
For more information please visit www.nzptc.com or follow us on facebook (@nzpstconference)
Would you like the opportunity to create an interactive and culturally rewarding experience for your students using New Caledonia as your classroom? This is our annual 12-person educational visit to Noumea for genuine group organisers. Sponsored by Air Calin, New Caledonia Tourism and Edventuretours, our educational trip gives teachers hands-on experience and skills to organise a school trip to New Caledonia and surrounds.
Other educational visits available in 2019 include Vanuatu, Raro, Samoa and Hawaii.
Contact Robyn Hamilton of Edventuretours, ph (07) 855 9499; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019 NASDAP Conference is being held at Te Papa in Wellington and will inspire you to jump out of your comfort zone, finding the inspiration to be more resilient, involved and informed in your roles as APs/DPs.
Join us to gain new perspectives and practical ideas to help you Go Out and Make a Difference in your own lives and the lives of those around you.
A very special lineup of keynote speakers who include Ann Milne, Nigel Latta, Marcus Akuhata-Brown, Lucy Hone, Ian Taylor and Mike King.
Registration and call for workshops open now at www.confer.nz/nasdap2019.
The 19th New Zealand Institute of Physics and New Zealand Physics Teachers' Conference is coming to Christchurch from 15–17 April.
The conference promises an exciting three-day programme with a great lineup of speakers on cutting-edge physics pedagogy and research, public lectures and social functions.
Register now via our website www.confer.nz/nzip2019 and take advantage of our early bird rates (until 3 March).
Check out the Call for Papers section – We are looking for passionate people to present their physics pedagogy and research at the conference.
Abstract submission deadline is Friday 15 February.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Kidsfirst Kindergartens are proud to announce the 2019 Professional Learning Hui, to be held on 6–17 April at Rangi Ruru Girls' School in Christchurch.
Abstracts linked to the hui theme “Ki te hoe: Navigating Early Childhood Landscapes” are called for in the areas of:
Inclusion and social justice
Working with 2-year-olds
Education for sustainability
Any other innovative pedagogical practices.
Please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words, which outlines your proposed workshop topic, to email@example.com by Friday 1 March.