Moe funded SELO
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“There is clear evidence that teachers who have strong ‘theoretical knowledge’ of literacy and can integrate this well, will achieve the greatest overall gains for children” McLachlan, Nicholson, Feilding-Barnsley, Mercer and Ohi
This programme will run from April 2019 - June 2020 and is available for centres in the following areas:
Paeroa, Waihi, Hauraki, Te Kuiti, Te Awamutu and Taumarunui
Language and culture are inseparable. Through this series of workshops and in centre visits we will focus on oral language, including infants and toddlers. We will unpack ways to strengthen language through quality environments and interactions that allow for mana, wairua and mauri to flourish.
Participating services will be placed in cluster groups with other local centres and will benefit from the following:
How to apply:
Unfortunately applications for this programme are now closed.
Teachers as learners: Developing a community of learners through inquiry
Whakapūpūtia mai ō mānuka, kia kore ai e whati
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This professional learning is over 18 months and will support centres to embed the processes that create an alignment of internal evaluation, teacher’s inquiry, teacher appraisal and teacher certification renewal. Teachers will have many opportunities to deepen their understanding of Te Whāriki (2017).
You will join a cluster of other passionate teacher learners focused on engaging with their own inquiry that will strengthen their whole centre’s internal evaluation. Teachers and centres will develop a collaborative understanding of the Professional Standards through their inquiry.
Assessment and curriculum design are an integral part of the professional learning program because Learning Stories are often strong evidence of teachers understanding of current theory and research. Areas of inquiry over the 18 months could include the following:
Infant and toddlers
Culturally responsive curriculum
Understanding your local curriculum
Working theories and dispositions
Assessment, planning and evaluation
Te Whāriki 2017
The programme will start in January 2019 with a cluster hui for all centres. Then over the 18 months there will be several centre visits from an ELP Facilitator, an online community will support teachers research, and finally a time for teachers to share their innovative ideas with the whole cluster…..
How did your journey unfold?
Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa
How to apply
Unfortunately applications for this programme have now closed.
Invited services will have received an email from us to take part in this programme. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
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