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April 30, 2020

CORE Blog: So… You’re The Teacher Now? Tips And Strategies For Whānau Navigating Learning At Home

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So… you’re the teacher now? Tips and strategies for whānau navigating learning at home

By Janelle Riki-Waaka

By Janelle Riki-Waaka Last week my Facebook feed was inundated with whānau who have recently found themselves teaching from home. Lots of questions about what offences constitute giving out detentions, what’s the magic tonic to make my kids listen, and desperate pleas for Suzy Cato’s phone number. It’s given me lots of giggles, however I

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Te Whāriki at home: strategies for supporting young children’s learning
Thinking differently: distance learning in senior primary
Teens learning from home: What to consider
Engaging junior learners and whānau from home
Learning at home: start with relationships

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April 26, 2020

CORE Blog: Te Whāriki At Home: Strategies For Supporting Young Children’s Learning

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Te Whāriki at home: strategies for supporting young children’s learning

By Kathryn O’Connell-Sutherland

He whāriki hei whakamana i te mokopuna, hei kawe i ngā wawata A whāriki that empowers the child and carries our aspirations When Aotearoa went into lockdown I began thinking about our tamariki mokopuna and how we can support their learning in the home. I wondered what might already be available for teachers/kaiako and parents/whānau.

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Thinking differently: distance learning in senior primary

By Greg Carroll and Mark Maddren

A joint blog by Greg Carroll and Mark Maddren. This blog post offers some key considerations for setting up programmes in ways that will cater for senior primary rangatahi as they learn from home. We hope that applying them will help you to ensure that your ‘Learning at Home’ programme is successful. 1. Preserving and

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Recent Articles:

Teens learning from home: What to consider
Engaging junior learners and whānau from home
Learning at home: start with relationships
Children’s agency, a champion, and a model for advocacy
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April 23, 2020

NZ NPDL Deep Learning Lab 2020 – Registrations Open!

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VIRTUAL NZ NPDL Deep Learning Lab - 16-17 July 2020
Kia ora Michael

We’re excited to announce registrations are now open for this year’s NZ NPDL Deep Learning Lab – and this year we are going virtual!

We’d like to invite you to this special event, taking place 16-17 July 2020. By leveraging digital, we will explore and celebrate deep learning in an interactive, online environment. It’s an exciting opportunity for accessible and meaningful professional learning.

As always, the Deep Learning Lab is an excellent chance to learn from and collaborate with global experts, investigating ways we can improve outcomes for learners. We welcome both New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) members and anyone who is interested in finding out more about deep learning. Please feel free to share with your colleagues.

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International keynote speakers

Dr Jean Clinton
Clinical Professor of Neurosciences
Mag Gardner
NPDL Global Capacity Building Leader
Non-NPDL members

$150+gst pp*

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NZ and global NPDL members

$120+gst pp*^

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NZ NPDL members
(groups of 5-9)
$108+gst pp*

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NZ NPDL members
(groups of 10+)
$96+gst pp*

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* All prices are in New Zealand Dollars.
^ All international NPDL member registrations are at the rate of $120+gst pp.
Please note discounted group registration rates are available for NPDL members only. If you’re interested in learning more about the NPDL programme and membership, please visit our website.

Have a question?

Registration information, please email eventadmin@core-ed.ac.nz.

Programme information, please contact Margot McKeegan on margot.mckeegan@core-ed.ac.nz or 027 506 3899.

Be part of the global action!
This virtual event is being hosted by CORE Education, in collaboration with New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL). NPDL is a global collaboration of schools building knowledge and practice that develops deep learning and fosters whole system change. As the NZ partner for NPDL, CORE provides a national programme of support, including a community of practice and links to international projects and partners that enrich and extend what you are doing in your own context. Further benefits and detailed information can be found on our website.
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April 20, 2020

Considering Some Online PLD?

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Kia ora Michael

You may be interested in some of the professional learning opportunities coming up this term, two of which feature in May.

Explore wellbeing and resiliency

Promoting wellbeing for all Webinar 1 May 2020
Understand various ways to support and understand wellbeing with this webinar. You will be introduced to the science of wellbeing, gain an understanding of the pillars that build it, and explore various ways to support and understand it.
Watch Ara’s video to learn more about wellbeing and resiliency.
Find out more and register >

Have fun with games-based learning

Games-based learning Online programme starts 4 May 2020
Discover how to put games-based learning in a learning context with this gamified online programme. With no previous coding experience required, you will be able to apply game mechanics to your learning environment by the end of this online programme.
Listen to this podcast series  to learn more about this topic.
Find out more and register >

Contact us

Any questions? We’re happy to help.

Cassandra Brown
021 197 5399
cassandra.brown@core-ed.ac.nz

Looking for something personalised?
Our Accredited Facilitators can help your educational community. Get in touch!
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April 19, 2020

Access Locally-Focused PLD In A Way That Works For You

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Kia ora Michael

It’s Term 2, and you’re settling into a different way of working with your students. If you need some extra support with your new distance learning role, we might be able to help.

Keep reading for the ways you can access a CORE facilitator.

1. Switch existing hours

If you have already contracted hours to work with a CORE facilitator, you can switch these to focus on distance learning. Please contact your facilitator directly or email learning@core-ed.ac.nz

2. Apply for distance learning support

The Covid-19 Distance Learning Support package from the Ministry of Education is available to help schools and kura transition to distance learning. Email pld.enquiries@education.govt.nz and say you want to work with CORE.

3. Personalised PLD

Our specialist facilitators are ready to help you design innovative ways to plan and implement your distance learning programme. Contact learning@core-ed.ac.nz or visit our dedicated webpage for more information.

Helpful tips

We’ve shared a number of helpful tips for distance learning via our blog. These articles have had fantastic feedback from educators across Aotearoa, check them out if you haven’t already.
Learning at home: start with relationships

Engaging junior learners and whānau from home

Teens learning from home: what to consider

As always, please contact us with any questions or ways in which we can support you.

Ngā mihi,
CORE Education

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