Webinars and events
Find webinars and events on various topics to help teachers gain practical knowledge.
Professional Growth Cycle
Information hui for principals and ECE leaders
The Teaching Council Tumuaki in Residence Myles Ferris is hosting face-to-face information hui around the country. Myles was a part of the working group which developed the new Professional Growth Cycle (PGC) approach. Attendees will have opportunities to explore the aspects of the PGC and how it might be implemented in their setting. Register for one in your area by clicking the link.
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We have three live Zoom webinar topics you can register to attend. These webinars are for teachers to learn more about the professional growth cycle for teachers.
This face-to-face hui is for Māori educators in English Medium kura and ECE. this is often an under-represented voice in the education sector and we want to hear your thoughts on leadership. The Teaching Council Tumuaki in Residence Myles Ferris will be hosting a series of consultation hui designed to identify what you consider to be the priorities for leadership and the current barriers you face in your leadership journey. Register for one in your area by clicking the link.
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Early Childhood Education beginning teachers
NZEI Te Riu Roa and the Teaching Council Matatū Aotearoa are co-facilitating a webinar series to help new teachers network, share and learn.
Each webinar introduces you to a wide variety of ECE expertise and invites you to contribute questions for the presenter. Each webinar is less than one hour long.
While the focus is on beginning teachers in early childhood education, all beginning teachers are welcome to attend.
Topic: ‘Welcome to the professional world of teaching’
Presented by: Dr Alex Gunn, former early childhood teacher who teaches and researches at the University of Otago in Ōtepoti Dunedin. She has research interests in early childhood curriculum, teachers’ practices and beliefs, assessment, inclusion (with a particular focus on sexualities and genders) and teacher education development and practice.