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ELP Online Lecture Series 2024

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

A wide range of topics presented onlineeach month from 7:00-8:30pm!Please note, you will need the email address for each attendee when registering.Please read our Terms and Conditions. To book for the Season Pass (all lectures), scroll to the bottom of this page. For each individual lecture booking. click into the event and add the tickets […]

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Centring te ao Māori in your place – Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland

Auckland - various locations Auckland, New Zealand

Strengthening the weave of te ao Māori in assessment (and beyond)Presented by Maria SydneyTuesday 27 February, 6:30pm-8:30pm | $65ppExplore ways we, as kaiako, can strengthen the weave of te ao Māori in narrative assessment. We will draw from the ancestral wisdom of pūrakau Māori and share stories that inspire, affirm and celebrate te mana o […]

Sustainability challenges and strategies for kaiako

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

Sustainability challenges and strategies for kaiakoDr. Jenny RitchieSchool of Education, Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington Wednesday 13 March, 7-8:30pm A year ago many parts of Aotearoa witnessed extreme weather events. In some cases extensive damage has caused families ongoing distress and dislocation. It is therefore timely for kaiako to consider our responsibilities with […]

Connecting to your Pepehā

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

ONLINE wānanga: Scroll to the bottom of the page and select the date that suits on checkout Tuesday 19 MarchThursday 11 April The foundation to learning about another culture is first to build or deepen your connection with your own. Whakawhanaungatanga is central to this. Join us in a waananga to explore whakapapa, pepehā and […]

Te Whāriki in Action: Internal Evaluation & Teacher Inquiry

Auckland - various locations Auckland, New Zealand

He iti, he iti mānukaThough little, it is a mānuka treeThis particular whakatauki relates to the mānuka/ kahikātoa tree. Though small in size, mānuka has a staggering amount of uses, from food to rongoā, as well as all manner of tools and artefacts. Like the mānuka tree, wonderfully written Learning Stories can also serve a […]

Opening the door on teaching and learning for infants in ECE

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

Opening the door on teaching and learning for infants in ECE: Intuited pedagogy or intentional practice Professor E. Jayne White, School of Teacher Education, Faculty of Education, University of Canterbury Wednesday 10 April, 7-8:30pm Despite the fact that infants have been part of the NZ ECE curriculum for well over twenty years, the pedagogies that […]

Strengthening bicultural leadership in your place – Hamilton

Ventura Inn and Suites 23 Clarence Street, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand

It is integral for us as leaders in ECE to deepen and strengthen our knowledge and delivery of te tiriti-centred leadership, in order to enact and remain true to Te Whāriki, our bicultural curriculum. Join Maria in a full-day waananga exploring what it means to be an effective, impactful leader in your place. Sit alongside […]

Strengthening bicultural leadership in your place – Tauranga

Greerton Early Learning Centre 1 Emmett Street, Tauranga, New Zealand

It is integral for us as leaders in ECE to deepen and strengthen our knowledge and delivery of te tiriti-centred leadership, in order to enact and remain true to Te Whāriki, our bicultural curriculum. Join Maria in a full-day waananga exploring what it means to be an effective, impactful leader in your place. Sit alongside […]

Weaving Te Whāriki Aspirations into Our Collective Learning Culture

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

Weaving Te Whāriki Aspirations into Our Collective Learning CultureLorraine Sands, Educational Leadership Project Wednesday 12 June, 7-8:30pm We all have different stories, varied experiences, and unique world views. We celebrate this uniqueness, yet we are also committed, as early childhood kaiako, to being responsive to our mokopuna in ways that bring Te Whāriki aspirations to […]

Sewing Pūrākau in the Fabric of Our Place – A Kaiako Te Tiriti Perspective

ONLINE EVENT , New Zealand

Sewing Pūrākau in the Fabric of Our Place – A Kaiako Te Tiriti PerspectiveCatalina Thompson, Educational Leadership Project Wednesday 10 July, 7-8:30pm Localised curriculum or place-based curriculum are phrases we often hear in our pedagogical discourse. In essence, these concepts are concerned with the relationship between people and their identities, the place which they occupy […]