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Planning for Assessment

Paihia | Thursday, 08/11/2018 - Thursday, 08/11/2018

Enrolments Close: Thursday, 01/11/2018

A one-day workshop designed for kaiako who want to plan for assessment more efficiently and confidently by exploring the key considerations when planning for assessment purposes.

This course is for people near or in this region.

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Te Reo Māori Planning (Paihia)

Paihia | Friday, 09/11/2018 - Friday, 09/11/2018

Enrolments Close: Thursday, 01/11/2018

A one-day workshop for kaiako who are teaching te reo Maori in English-medium and who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in planning their te reo Māori programmes from Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori.

Please note, there are 3 of these workshops (other locations, Wellington & Dunedin) Participants wishing to attend are expected to enrol in the nearest workshop. If you want to attend the workshop in any other location, you will need to meet your own travel costs.

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Te Reo Māori Planning (Wellington)

Wellington | Thursday, 15/11/2018 - Thursday, 15/11/2018

Enrolments Close: Thursday, 01/11/2018

A one-day workshop for kaiako who are teaching te reo Maori in English-medium and who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in planning their te reo Māori programmes from Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori.

Please note, there are 3 of these workshops (other locations, Dunedin & Paihia). Participants wishing to attend are expected to enrol in the nearest workshop. If you want to attend the workshop in any other location, you will need to meet your own travel costs.

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Te Reo Māori Planning (Dunedin)

Dunedin | Friday, 16/11/2018 - Friday, 16/11/2018

Enrolments Close: Thursday, 01/11/2018

A one-day workshop for kaiako who are teaching te reo Maori in English-medium and who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in planning their te reo Māori programmes from Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori.

Please note, there are 3 of these workshops (other locations, Wellington & Paihia). Participants wishing to attend are expected to enrol in the nearest workshop. If you want to attend the workshop in any other location, you will need to meet your own travel costs.

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Te Kāuta 1 - Kōkirihia Kia Ū! | Induction and Mentoring

Online | Available Now

What constitutes a high-quality induction and mentoring programme? This is one of six online modules for PCTs and mentors, which can be completed anywhere, anytime, in an asynchronous, self-directed way. Each module takes up to 2 hours to complete.

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Te Kāuta 2: Tātaihia te Ako - The Standards for the Teaching Profession & Cultural Competencies

Online | Available Now

Gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the Standards and how they guide practice, align with Tātaiako and how to use them as a tool for reflection on practice.  

Te Kāuta 3: Te Pakirehua | Teacher Inquiry

Online | Available Now

Gain knowledge of how to develop an inquiry to respond to student needs. 

Te Kāuta 4: Taunakitanga - he tūturu rānei? | Evidence and Portfolio

Online | Available Now

Improve your understanding of the importance of good evidence to support good practice.

Te Kāuta 5: Ngā Tino o te Whakarite Mahere Ako | Planning

Online | Available Now

Increase your understanding of the fundamentals of quality planning.

Te Kāuta 6: Te Koni Whakamua | Preparing for Certification

Online | Available Now

Get prepared for full certification. 

Essentials of Planning (ONLINE)

Online | Available Now

Good planning is the key to ensuring successful outcomes for our students. Learn the essentials of planning in the self-paced, online module.

Essentials of Assessment

ONLINE | Available Now

This self-paced, online module discusses the essential components of assessment.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 1

ONLINE | Available Now

This short module covers different types of scientific investigations to introduce to your ākonga.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 2

ONLINE | Available Now

This second module, of the Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao series, covers the process of carrying out a scientific investigation and types of data that can be useful.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 3

ONLINE | Available Now

This third module focuses on setting a good question for a scientific investigation.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 4

ONLINE | Available Now

The final module in the Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao series, looks at observation as investigation.

Manu Tāiko Tumuaki

Wellington | Thursday, 20/09/2018 - Friday, 21/09/2018

Enrolments Close: Friday, 14/09/2018

Have you been a principal more than 2 years?
Would you like the chance to get together with other Māori principals and refresh your leadership?
Manu Tāiko might be the course for you.

Manu Tāiko is a 2 day course with a focus on effective planning and reporting, HR processes, self-review and evaluation and coaching and mentoring. The course will be flexible and adaptive to provide opportunities to share your expertise and support each other around your needs.

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KIA WANA TE AKO! Whakarongo me te Kōrero Teaching Strategies

Wellington | Thursday, 20/09/2018 - Friday, 21/09/2018

Enrolments Close: Friday, 14/09/2018

This 2-day course has been designed to excite and inspire teachers and learners of te reo Māori.

This course will comprise two 1-day workshops, that will run back-to-back.
Day 1 will look at Whakarongo and its importance in language learning.
Day 2 will focus on strategies for teaching Kōrero.

Kaiako will be supported in creating a kete of strategies that can be used in a number of contexts to develop the whakarongo and kōrero skills of students.

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KIA WANA TE AKO! Pānui me te Tuhituhi Teaching Strategies

Christchurch | Thursday, 26/07/2018 - Friday, 27/07/2018

Enrolments Close: Friday, 20/07/2018

A 2-day workshop designed for teachers wanting to expand their repertoire of language teaching strategies for Pānui and Tuhituhi. This workshop complements Kia Wana Te Ako: Whakarongo me te Kōrero.

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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

Auckland | Thursday, 07/06/2018 - Friday, 08/06/2018

Enrolments Close: Tuesday, 05/06/2018

A two-day introductory workshop on Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. This workshop is ideal for kaiako implementing Te Marautanga o Aotearoa for the first time. The workshop will introduce kaiako to the structure of the marautanga including the learning areas, and provide an opportunity to learn what resources are available to support its implementation in kura/schools.

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Tech to Save You!

Auckland | Wednesday, 20/06/2018 - Wednesday, 20/06/2018

Enrolments Close: Monday, 18/06/2018

A one-day workshop for kaiako who are teaching in any learning area and at any level, who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and use of their Google Chrome browser. Teachers can be using any laptop (PC or Apple) at the workshop, but it is essential that they have the Google Chrome browser installed. This is an opportunity to learn about how Google Chrome can save you time and help you get organised, where we will spend time exploring a diverse range of Google Chrome add ons and extensions to help you get organised, save time and help manage your workload.

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KIA WANA TE AKO! Whakarongo me te Kōrero Teaching Strategies

Napier | Thursday, 28/06/2018 - Friday, 29/06/2018

Enrolments Close: Friday, 15/06/2018

This 2-day course has been designed to excite and inspire teachers and learners of te reo Māori.

This course will comprise two 1-day workshops, that will run back-to-back.
Day 1 will look at Whakarongo and its importance in language learning.
Day 2 will focus on strategies for teaching Kōrero.

Kaiako will be supported in creating a kete of strategies that can be used in a number of contexts to develop the whakarongo and kōrero skills of students.

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Aratiatia

Wellington | Thursday, 26/07/2018 - Friday, 27/07/2018

Enrolments Close: Friday, 20/07/2018

Are you in a current leadership position and looking for a refresh?
Or aspiring to move up the leadership ladder?
Or new in your leadership position?

Aratiatia is a 4 day course with two 2-day workshops that has a focus on authentic leadership, managing roles and workload and improving how leaders lead.
You will finish the course with a leadership plan and key areas to develop.

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Manukura - Tumuaki

Wellington | Monday, 06/08/2018 - Tuesday, 07/08/2018

Enrolments Close: Monday, 07/05/2018

Are you a new principal in your 1st, 2nd or 3rd year of principalship?

Manukura is a 4 day course with two 2-day workshops that just might appeal to you. This is a chance to get together with other new Māori principals and focus on developing the skills knowledge and attributes required for the position, developing strong support systems and looking at strengthening processes for successful management.

Wellington| Hui 1 – 10&11 May; Hui 2 6&7 August
Participants will need to commit to attending both (2-day) workshops.

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Tech for Teaching

Auckland | Thursday, 30/08/2018 - Friday, 31/08/2018

Enrolments Close: Sunday, 26/08/2018

A two-day workshop for kaiako who are teaching in any learning area and at any level, who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and use of web-based apps and tools to support your teaching, student learning, assessments and keeping whānau informed and up to date. This is an opportunity to see some web-based apps and tools (some oldies but goodies, and some newbies) in action and how they can be used in your classroom. We will spend time exploring a diverse range of web-based apps and tools, as well as allowing time for you to set up and start using at least three apps and/or tools, meaning you can head straight back to school and start using and applying what you’ve learned!

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Evidencing Good Practice for PCTs

Auckland | Thursday, 30/08/2018 - Friday, 31/08/2018

Enrolments Close: Sunday, 26/08/2018

This is workshop is designed specifically for provisionally certificated teachers and their mentors and will explore what good evidence looks like, and using evidence in setting goals and teacher inquiry.

If you are interested in this workshop we strongly urge you to also register for the first PCT workshop in April, Personalising Your induction and Mentoring Programme.

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