27SepTongariro National Park & Mt Cook National Park3 Days - Concurrently at Tongariro & Mt Cook
North Island - Tongariro National ParkSun 27 Sep 13:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:00Tongariro National Park & Mt Cook National Park
South Island - Mt Cook National ParkSun 27 Sep 13:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:00Mt CookThis course is for Geography Secondary Teachers - join us to experience a fresh perspective of the natural environment with the help of local Iwi, Tertiary, research institutions and passionate teachers. This 3-day course will be running concurrently, at Tongariro National Park and Mt Cook National Park. TRCC to provide assistance for teachers to attend the Geography course at both venues - the assistance will be in the form of reimbursement in full the course fee paid for each teacher attending.Register5 places remaining
28Sep5x Concurrent Locations5x Venues - 2 Day Conference
Ōtautahi / Christchurch – Ara Institute of CanterburyMon 28 Sep 09:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:005x Concurrent Locations
Ōtepoti / Dunedin – Saint Margaret’s College, Otago UniversityMon 28 Sep 09:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:005x Concurrent Locations
Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland – Mount Albert Grammar SchoolMon 28 Sep 09:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:005x Concurrent Locations
Tauranga – University of Waikato, Tauranga campusMon 28 Sep 09:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:005x Concurrent Locations
Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington – Worser Bay Yacht ClubMon 28 Sep 09:00 - Tue 29 Sep 17:005x Concurrent LocationsMaanaki whenua, maanaki tangata, haere whakamua care for the land, care for the people, go forward. Are you a secondary, primary or ECE teacher? Then this inspiring and innovative conference is just for you! You will be taken on a journey that will provide you with both theory and practical knowledge to take away and apply back in your setting. You will explore how connection to the whenua and care for the people, can help support thriving Education Outside the Classroom for all curriculum.
05Oct2 days, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PMThis is a two-day course full of practical exploration of local curriculum and how this may be implemented in your learning space and kura. This course will introduce you to a variety of strategies to build networks and develop local curriculum integration within your learning space and kura. No matter your experience or teaching level, if you would like ideas of how to implement and integrate these concepts into your learning space and kura, then this course is for you.
- $60.00 incl. GST
09Oct1 day, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PMA course for Secondary Music Teachers'. Whakatauki: 'Kua takoto te manuka' - the leaves of the manuka tree have been laid down'. This one-day course will help those who want to weave culturally responsive pedagogies in their music classrooms. Aim: for teachers to work together, to design a culturally responsive and engaging programme, using integrated standards for NCEA.