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Early literacy teaching in action at New Zealand schools

This in-depth resource for teachers provides examples from 5 New Zealand schools of how the principles of effective literacy instruction in early primary school can be enacted in the classroom through a range of instructional activities and approaches.

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Supporting oral language in primary schools

COMING UP: 7.30PM WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7
Join Emma Nahna for a follow-up webinar to explore in more detail strategies teachers can employ to support oral language development across the primary school years

Culturally responsive maths education

COMING UP: 7.30PM WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8
Associate Professor Jodie Hunter (Massey University) will share insights from her extensive classroom-based research into the use of culturally responsive approaches to teaching and learning mathematics in primary school

Helping learning stick

COMING UP: 8.00PM THURSDAY MARCH 9
Kate Jones will tell us about how to make learning stick, focusing on the benefits of retrieval practice and practical ideas for teachers to ensure classroom practice is based on relevant research evidence

Supporting Pasifika students through dialogic approaches

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY JUNE 13
Dr Jacinta Oldehaver (University of Auckland) will discuss her research into how utilising dialogic pedagogical approaches can positively support the engagement and learning of Pasifika students

Māori achieving success as Māori

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY JULY 25
Janelle Riki-Waaka will explore what Māori achieving success as Māori means from a Māori worldview, and how teachers and schools can consider how well their environments and practices support ākonga Māori to succeed and thrive

Supporting neurodivergent students in the classroom

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY AUGUST 22
Dr Emily McDougal (University of Surrey) will share insights from her work into supporting neurodivergent students in schools and classrooms

Recent webinars

Enabling student wellbeing and social-emotional learning

The wellbeing of our rangatahi is a notable priority of the New Zealand Government. Yet, New Zealand ranks 35th of 41 for child and adolescent wellbeing in developed countries

Making connections between Te Whāriki and the...

Further insights from our second webinar with Sally Peters and Hazel Wodhouse on supporting enriching transitions from ECE to school.

Supporting neurodiverse learners to demonstrate their intellect...

Trish and Fay Purdie-Nicholls discuss the underpinning principles for teaching and leadership, and the core practices they have developed to enable neurodiverse learners to demonstrate their intellect and capability.

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