Workshops for Teachers

To achieve the Ministry of Education’s vision for young people to have key language capability, skills and competencies, our unique solution offers a broad range of services, resources and support for both teachers and schools to meet their diverse needs and varying stages of development.

As part of our resources, we run regular workshops for teachers of languages. 

This includes our EXPLORE series of one-off seminars, events and resources that can be accessed by teachers, schools, families and communities to engage, promote and explore language learning. 

Use the filters below to find a workshop near you or sign up  to be the first to hear about new workshops.

Future Learning Solutions provide support for Learning Languages as part of the Ministry of Education-funded curriculum support for teachers.

1st and 2nd November 2019

Teaching through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS)

Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) is a successful method of second language teaching that uses highly interactive stories to build vocabulary and structures of a language and create an atmosphere of immersion in the classroom, whilst decreasing student’s apprehension and stress of learning a second language.

During this workshop you will:

  • Experience the method as a learner to discover its potential.
  • Learn about the principles of TPRS and its key skills, including strategies for engagement.
  • Have a hands-on experience of the method by designing and delivering a mini lesson whilst being coached by Blaine Ray, the creator of the method.

Victoria University Wellington

Pipitea Campus, Rutherford House

RHMZ 03 (reception at Mezzanine Foyer)