Hear from the teachers and students involved in the Te Waka STEM Innovation Hub at Tauhara College
Promoting participation in STEM
COMING UP: 8.00PM MONDAY OCTOBER 9Christine Counsell will explore questions and ideas related to curriculum thinking and curriculum design. She will particularly focus on why substantive knowledge and the disciplines are so important
The importance of supporting students to utilise knowledge creatively and flexibly.
Powerful practices for building oral language capability from our webinar with speech language therapist Emma Nahna
Key insights from our webinar with Justine and Madelaine from the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education.
Darcy Fawcett and the teachers from Gisborne Boys High School share insights into their work on improving and automating data analysis
The teachers from Coromandel Area School share their insights into using a range of tools and approaches to promote the success of neurodiverse students in the classroom
Chris Duggan from The House of Science shares insights from their work into promoting the teaching and learning of science in primary and intermediate schools
Teachers from Burnside Primary share the findings of their multi-year focus on supporting and improving oral language in the early primary years
Key insights from our webinar with Emily Berger and Karen Martin on understanding trauma and adopting trauma-informed approaches in schools
Key insights from our webinar with Irene Anderson and Jennifer Glenn on teaching reading and writing across subject areas in secondary schools.
Key insights from the highly practical and informative webinar with Professor Andrew Martin on student motivation and engagement
A summary of some of the key insight's from Helen Wall's highly informative webinar on teaching writing
A summary of the key insights from the webinar on primary school mathematics, with Fiona Ell and Lisa Darragh
Key insights from our webinar with Gill Connell on the importance of movement for learning.
Exploring the need for open, constructive dialogue to improve literacy achievement in New Zealand
What the research says about current literacy levels in New Zealand
Bright Spots Report 2018-2020 by Darcy Fawcett, Gisborne Boys High School
Bright Spots winners Trish and Fay Purdie-Nicholls from Coromandel Area School share the key findings from their research