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Events for October 13, 2014
Money Week provides a great opportunity for teachers to explore financial capability with their students. NZC Online offer a web page packed with resources and ideas to support your school's involvement in Money Week, and suggestions on how you can make financial capability an ongoing area of curriculum focus. @nzcurriculum Topic Curriculum, Future-focus / 21st […]Find out more »
We welcome connected educators to share their ideas on how to put citizenship education into practice inside and outside the classroom. From October 13, read the latest NZ Transport Agency newsletter for ideas on how teachers can facilitate citizenship education: http://education.nzta.govt.nz/resources/school-community-partnerships/newsletters-education-portal Citizenship is also a context for the “future focus” principle of the NZ Curriculum. […]Find out more »
This discussion invites you to reflect on the ways, people and places that children choose to involve in learning science. This will be important for schools trying to set up learning & change networks to improve science education. We hope to have regional, community and international perspectives.Our key questions to be discussed:- Do the ways […]Find out more »
ECEOnline is a free online community for anyone interested in young children's education. In this workshop, Justine will introduce the ECEONLINE community and how you can use this to connect with others, share information and build a learning network. Contact: Justin Mason (Justine.firstname.lastname@example.org) Audience Early childhood, Primary Topics Collaboration, Connected learning, Professional learningFind out more »
Join Manu Faaea-Semeatu and Anthony Faitaua from CORE Education as they explore how assessment can embrace the prior knowledge of Pasifika learners to promote achievement tasks with meaningful contexts. Presenter Manu Faaea-Semeatu, Anthony Faitaua Audience School leaders, General, Educational / cultural organisations, Students, Parents Topics Assessment, Pasifika education, PersonalisationFind out more »