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All teachers who require travel arrangements must enrol at least 3 weeks prior to the course starting.

The Essentials of Planning | The Planning Process in a Nutshell

Webinar | Tuesday, 15/10/2019 - Wednesday, 16/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Monday, 14/10/2019

SESSION 1: Tuesday October 15th | 4:00PM
SESSION 2: Wednesday October 16th | 5:30:PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

A 15 minute webinar is designed for teachers/kaiako who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in the essentials of planning from the New Zealand Curriculum or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Teachers/kaiako will have a sound understanding of the planning process.

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MANUKURA - Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi

Auckland | Thursday, 17/10/2019 - Friday, 18/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Friday, 27/09/2019

TRAVEL REQUESTS CLOSE: 27 September 2019

A 2-day workshop for all Māori principals and tumuaki. This workshop is an opportunity to connect with other Māori principals to develop your leadership and personnel management skills. The primary focus will be on managing for performance to get the best out of your people.

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The Essentials of Planning | Types of Plans - What are the differences?

Online webinar | Monday, 21/10/2019 - Tuesday, 22/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Sunday, 20/10/2019

SESSION 1: Monday, 21 October 2019 | 5:30PM
SESSION 2: Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 4:00PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

A 15 minute webinar designed for teachers/kaiako who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in the essentials of planning from the New Zealand Curriculum or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. By the end of the webinar, participants Teachers/kaiako will know the differences between a programme plan, a unit plan, and a lesson plan.

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APPRAISAL “Standards and Expectations – getting it right from the start!”

Online webinar | Tuesday, 22/10/2019 - Wednesday, 23/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Monday, 21/10/2019

Session 1: Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 7.30AM
Session 2: Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 5.30PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

In this 15-minute webinar, we will discuss a process for agreeing on the expectations for teacher practice in your school. The process uses the Quality Practice Templates provided by the Teaching Council and while it is best used in groups or with a whole staff, it can also be a useful planning process for individual teachers and leaders, or PCTs and their mentors.

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Evidencing the Good for PCTs - COURSE FULL

Wellington | Wednesday, 23/10/2019 - Thursday, 24/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Tuesday, 15/10/2019

TRAVEL REQUESTS CLOSE: 9 October 2019.

This is course is designed specifically for provisionally certificated teachers and their mentors. This full course will comprise three 2-day workshops. Participants are invited to attend all hui or select from the three.

Use tools and templates to unpack your daily practice, to analyse and plan next steps. This workshop provides the opportunity to work through your collected evidence and present in a professional portfolio that highlights your continued growth and development.

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The Essentials of Planning | Creating Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Online webinar | Wednesday, 23/10/2019 - Wednesday, 30/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Monday, 28/10/2019

SESSION 1: Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 6:30PM
SESSION 2: Tuesday, 29 October 2019 | 4:00PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

This webinar series is designed for teachers/kaiako who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, and skills in the essentials of planning from the New Zealand Curriculum or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to breakdown achievement objectives or whāinga paetae to create specific learning outcomes.

Staff Management / Managing tough conversations

Online Webinar | Tuesday, 29/10/2019 - Wednesday, 30/10/2019

Enrolments Close: Monday, 28/10/2019

Session 1: Tuesday, 29 October 2019 | 7.30AM
Session 2: Wednesday, 30 October 2019 | 5.30PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

This is a 15-minute webinar for leaders on how to manage difficult meetings.

In this webinar, we will discuss a process for setting parameters at the start of a staff management meeting that structure the conversation and set clear expectations for all parties. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the session.

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Change Management | “Why is change so difficult?”

Online webinar | Tuesday, 12/11/2019 - Wednesday, 13/11/2019

Enrolments Close: Monday, 11/11/2019

Session 1: Tuesday, 12 November 2019 | 7.30AM
Session 2: Wednesday, 13 November 2019 | 5.30PM

(select your session by clicking on the date drop down menu on the webinar registration page)

This is a 15-minute webinar for leaders on how to understand the impact that change has on staff within their school/ kura.

In this webinar, we will discuss the impact change has on leadership and staff and highlight the issues that arise when managing transition from the ‘old to the new’.

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New to NCEA - Christchurch

Christchurch | Thursday, 21/11/2019 - Thursday, 21/11/2019

Enrolments Close: Friday, 15/11/2019

TRAVEL REQUESTS CLOSE: 31 October 2019

This introductory workshop is ideal for first year teachers as well as experienced primary teachers teaching in secondary/wharekura for the first time. Kaiako who are experienced in teaching at NCEA levels are welcome to attend.

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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.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 1

ONLINE | Available Now

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

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 3

ONLINE | Available Now

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

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

Online | Available Now

Increase your understanding of the fundamentals of quality planning.

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.

Tūhuratanga Pūtaiao 4

ONLINE | Available Now

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

Te Kāuta 6: Te Koni Whakamua | Preparing for Certification

Online | Available Now

Get prepared for full certification. 

Essentials of Assessment

ONLINE | Available Now

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

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.
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