EFFECTIVE WRITING IN THE NZ CLASSROOM
TEACHING WRITING EFFECTIVELY TO YEAR 1-8 STUDENTS IN THE NEW ZEALAND CONTEXT
This workshop – appropriate for all Year 1-8 teachers, but particularly appropriate for teachers new to New Zealand schools – will focus on what New Zealand students should be achieving as developing writers as well as what teachers should be doing in effective New Zealand writing classrooms.
Being an Effective Teacher of Writing, especially for Underachieving Students with Murray Gadd
A great professional learning opportunity for your whole staff to start the new school year.
During the day, Murray will lead an illustrated and research-based exploration of what teachers need to know, think about and do to be effective teachers of writing for Years 0-8 students, especially students who perceive themselves as struggling or reluctant writers.
He will also offer guidance on setting up a literacy programme and classroom for the new school year.
Joining the dots between Teaching & Learning Activities and School Design
Sandra Jenkins has partnered with Autens, a leading Danish education consultancy, specialising in developing and supporting a creative process that transform schools into meaningful future focused places for learning. Sandra will take you through a process that encourages learning to be purposeful, joyful, co-created and personalised, and that learning spaces should be a reflection of this.