I'll see it when I believe it!
Assessing young children's learning
Where: Mana Tamariki, 165 Grey Street, Palmerston North
When: Saturday, 8th October 2016
Cost: Includes morning tea and lunch.
Earlybird - $140 p/person (closes 15th September 2016)
Regular - $190 p/person
|8:45am||Doors open, registration|
|9:00am||Karakia, mihi, housekeeping|
|9:10am||Presenter tbc - Te Whānau Mārama. Traditional Assessment by the Night Sky|
|10:20am||Professor Margaret Carr - Assessment|
|11:30am||Dr Lesley Ramaka - Te Whatu Pōkeka|
|1:30pm||Workshops - participants will attend both workshops during the afternoon.|
|Leanne Clayton - Looking or Seeing? Leanne will share some assessment data collected by Mana Tamariki as part of our Marsden Research Project with the University of Waikato.|
|Brenda Souter - Imaging the child using traditional Māori knowledge in a contemporary context. Mana Tamariki was an exemplar for Te Whatu Pōkeka, Brenda was a Project Co-ordinator and a member of the writing team. This presentation shares the perspective of Mana Tamariki in relation to Te Whatu Pōkeka and Te Whāriki|
|3:15pm||Final reflections, Closing karakia|
Attire: It is not compulsory for women to wear a skirt/dress nor for men to wear long trousers. Participants need to be comfortable whatever they are wearing. As part of Māori protocol, all participants are required to remove their shoes inside the building. Feel free to bring slippers.