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Accent Learning Curriculum Expo 2009



Free event!

You are warmly invited to come along and hear over twenty schools share their stories about implementing the revised New Zealand Curriculum

Thursday 22 October 2009

1.00 -7.00 pm
Victoria University Karori Campus, Donald Street, Karori

Please note: Registration closed on Friday 16th October 2009.

PRIMARY                 INTERMEDIATE                  SECONDARY
 

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Schedule of stories
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Schedule of stories

Time:

Room WA318 Room WA322 Room WA323

 

1.15-1.50

 

 

 

Exploring new pedagogies
(Sec)

 

Designing a school curriculum
(Int)

 

Following
parallel curricula
(NZC & Te Marautanga)
(Pri)

 

1.50-2.25

 

 

 

- Creating learner profiles through community consultation

- Gathering data about pedagogy

- Approaches to teacher professional learning
(Sec)

 

Making our world a better place – An approach to integrated inquiry learning
(Sec)

 

Community engagement over time
(Pri)

 

2.25-3.00

 

Supporting students to achieve well - using the GROW coaching model
(Sec)

 

Teaching as Inquiry  in our school curriculum
(Pri)

 

- Understanding student behaviour.

- Developing relationships within the community.
(Sec)

3.00-3.30: Afternoon tea Cafeteria

 

3.30-4.05

 

Connecting Tukutahi to the NZC: curriculum integration in Yr 9-10
(Sec)

 

Curriculum mapping in action
(Int)

 

Working together walking different paths: the story of a cluster
(Pri)

4.05-4.50: Panel discussion – cross sector representatives from early childhood to tertiary will discuss coherence across the sector Lecture Theatre Four

 

5.00-5.35

 

Manaakitanga
Raising Maori achievement
(Sec)

 

Designing a primary curriculum
(Pri)

 

Teaching as Inquiry
(Pri)

 

5.35-6.15

 

‘Doing it our way’
Using KC’s  as the basis for cross curricula learning in an alternative setting
(Sec)

 

What young people think about future learning
(Int)

 

Senior Curriculum planning
(Sec)

 

6.15-6.50

 

Weaving in the priorities (curriculum design)
(Pri)

 

Coaching to assist teachers to inquire into their practice
(Int)