Attend a hui near you and share your ideas on enhancing teaching practice
NZEI Te Riu Roa and the Ministry of Education are joining together to gather and listen to the voices of teachers, kaiako and curriculum experts.
Together we want to support teachers to engage more intensively with the National Curricula (the New Zealand Curriculum, Te Whāriki and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa) in order to enhance teaching practice and lead to better outcomes for learners.
The focus will be on how curricula vision, principles and capabilities weave together with knowledge and skills in local curriculum design.
This broad curriculum approach will be the platform for children and young people to be able to learn and thrive in a world that increasingly values and uses capabilities and knowledge interdependently.
‘Growing from strong foundations - Exploring the potential of the National Curricula for all learners’ is the series name for the hui being held throughout June.
The hui will start in Auckland with two events on 5 and 6 June, then in Wellington (11 June), Dunedin (14 June), Christchurch (15 June) and Rotorua (18 June).
Approximately 100-150 participants will attend each hui.
A broad range of participants are invited to attend including those from schools, kura and early learning services, experienced and newer practitioners and principals, assistant principals and deputy principals, curricula leaders, specialist teachers, mentor teachers and beginning teachers in both schools and kura, and board of trustee chairs.
Attendance at the event is free and there is reimbursement for teacher release available.
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