The registration link will be removed 3 days prior to each workshop, and be replaced with an email link to the facilitator. Late registrations will be by email only. Workshops will cost $50 for NZATE members and $150 for non-members. Teachers from host schools can attend for free.
Workshops run from 9.00am to 3.00pm. Morning tea will be provided. Please bring your own lunch.
The day will be divided into three parts.
Part A: Who are we - looking at the importance of understanding our own cultural locatedness in relating to students.
Part B: What do we value as educators - looking at a range of research to explore the assumptions that underpin our teaching practice and how they may or may not connect with students.
Part C: Whose voice is being heard - looking at the ways we can make our teaching more dialogic and co-constructive.
At the end of the workshop, there will be opportunity to discuss the changes to NCEA and discuss your vision for English assessment under the new model.
Auckland (Rangitoto College) 19 August
Auckland (National Library, Stanley St) 20 August
Auckland (Howick College) 27 August
Blenheim (Marlborough Girls) 27 August
Christchurch (St Andrew's College) 29 August
Nelson (Garin College) 30 August
Wellington (St Catherine's College) 18 September
Timaru (Craighead Diocesan School)19 September
Napier (Iona College) 23 September
Tauranga (Mt Maunganui College) 17 October CANCELLED (email email@example.com with queries)
Dunedin (John McGlashan College)16 October Contact David Schaumann
New Plymouth (Spotswood College) 17 October Contact Yvette Krohn-Isherwood
Central Otago (Dunstan High School) 17 October CANCELLED (email firstname.lastname@example.org with queries)
Taupo (Taupo Nui a Tia College)14 November CANCELLED (email email@example.com with queries)