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Tuesday 25 February 2020

1pm-5pm

Unpacking the New Digital Technology

Through this workshop you will be equipped to teach your students 21st century skills such as computational thinking and developing digital outcomes.

Gain an understanding of the new digital technology curriculum and coding using Scratch and how it can be implemented in the language classroom.  As of the start of 2020, all subject areas, including languages, must incorporate the new digital technologies curriculum from years 0-10.

Christchurch

12 March 2020

Tapas y Pinchos sin esfuerzo (Efforless Tapas & Pinchos)

In this free Spanish workshop, learn the importance of food in every culture and how, in Spanish speaking countries, social and work events revolve around food.  

Come along to this hands-on workshop where you will experience cooking easy recipes in the classroom that will help the students master social and specific language.  This kind of activity will contribute and sharpen cooperation skills and sharing in the classroom. 

Teachers will be able to use what they learn in the workshop in their classrooms and create an engaging learning environment through making tapas and pinchos.

Rehua 226 Te Moana

University of Canterbury

Christchurch (room no TBA)

16 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Invercargill

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

 

Tuesday 17 March 2020

9am to 1pm

Unpacking the New Digital Technology 

Kapiti

17 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Dunedin

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

17 March 2020

Tapas y Pinchos sin esfuerzo (Effortless Tapas & Pinchos)

In this free Spanish workshop, learn the importance of food in every culture and how, in Spanish speaking countries, social and work events revolve around food.  

Come along to this hands-on workshop where you will experience cooking easy recipes in the classroom that will help the students master social and specific language.  This kind of activity will contribute and sharpen cooperation skills and sharing in the classroom. 

Teachers will be able to use what they learn in the workshop in their classrooms and create an engaging learning environment through making tapas and pinchos.

Epsom Girls Grammar School

14 Silver Road

Epsom

Meet at school reception at 4.55pm

18 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Timaru

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

19 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Christchurch

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

20 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Nelson

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

25 March 2020

Tapas y Pinchos sin esfuerzo (Effortless Tapas & Pinchos)

In this free Spanish workshop, learn the importance of food in every culture and how, in Spanish speaking countries, social and work events revolve around food.  

Come along to this hands-on workshop where you will experience cooking easy recipes in the classroom that will help the students master social and specific language.  This kind of activity will contribute and sharpen cooperation skills and sharing in the classroom. 

Teachers will be able to use what they learn in the workshop in their classrooms and create an engaging learning environment through making tapas and pinchos.

Hillcrest High School

Languages Department

141 Masters Ave, Silverdale

Hamilton (room number TBA)

Thursday 26 March 2020

1pm to 5pm

Unpacking the New Digital Technology

Through this workshop you will be equipped to teach your students 21st century skills such as computational thinking and developing digital outcomes.

Gain an understanding of the new digital technology curriculum and coding using Scratch and how it can be implemented in the language classroom.  As of the start of 2020, all subject areas, including languages, must incorporate the new digital technologies curriculum from years 0-10.

Nelson

30 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Wellington

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

30 March 2020

Explore: Culturally sustaining language classrooms

Future Learning Solutions - Centre for Languages invites you to a free workshop.

Open to all language teachers, in this workshop you will be developing culturally sustaining pedagogies and approaches to language teaching and learning.

This workshop is run as a facilitated discussion and sharing of ideas and resources for teachers to further develop culturally sustaining teaching and learning practices.  

As teachers in Aotearoa, we are expected to be culturally responsive and reflective practitioners continuously striving to further develop effective practices with our students and colleagues. This workshop has been developed to support the implementation of  key educational policy documents such as the New Zealand Curriculum, Our Code Our Standards, Tātaiako and Tapasā.

Wellington

Venue: TBC

31 March 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Masterton

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

01 April 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Hamilton

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

02 April 2020

Develop students' engagement in the French classroom - Auckland

In this workshop you will explore practices to further develop students' engagement (inside and outside of the classroom) and students' confidence when producing language. 
      
By the end of the workshop you will be able to share and also discover new practices about personalised learning.

This workshop looks at ways to grow student numbers taking French from junior into senior school.

Venue to be confirmed

Wednesday 6 May 2020

9am to 1pm

Unpacking the New Digital Technology

Through this workshop you will be equipped to teach your students 21st century skills such as computational thinking and developing digital outcomes.

Gain an understanding of the new digital technology curriculum and coding using Scratch and how it can be implemented in the language classroom.  As of the start of 2020, all subject areas, including languages, must incorporate the new digital technologies curriculum from years 0-10.

Auckland