Catalogue

English

Encouraging passionate writers can be a tricky thing to balance, when you’ve got a classroom full of other students who also need your attention.

This webinar will explore ways to identify and support students’ strengths and weaknesses in writing, extension exercises for passionate writers, and ways to incorporate students’ own projects into a class environment.

What you'll learn

  1. Gain new ideas and inspiration for extension writing exercises
  2. Identify ways to support writing strengths and weakness
  3. Explore ways to incorporate students’ passion projects into a class environment

Target audience

Teachers who are working with students who are passionate writers or with students who are looking for extension in their writing.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Pulling your hair out trying to persuade students to write?

This webinar will cover common reasons why children who are capable of writing sometimes still struggle to get words on a page, along with strategies, writing exercises, games and activities to encourage reluctant writers.

A former reluctant writer herself, Helen draws on her own experience of struggling with writing at primary school, along with her years of experience as both an award-winning writer and creative writing tutor for this presentation.

What you'll learn

  1. Identify common writing blocks in children
  2. Explore strategies for addressing writing blocks
  3. Gain new ideas and inspiration for writing exercises, games and activities

Target audience

Primary and intermediate teachers working with children who possess the ability to write but still struggle to get words on a page.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will explore exactly what the term sight words means and why this is so crucial to reading success. Orthographic Mapping and the development of a sight word bank (or lack thereof) sets many readers apart. Teachers and Teacher assistants will learn about the science of mapping words and how they can make small tweaks to their practice that ultimately make great gains in students reading achievement outcomes.
Let’s not mistake this for a whole word approach we will be talking Structured Literacy all the way. Links and recommendations will be made to appropriate research and evidence-based resources for in-school use.

What you'll learn

  1. What is a sight word
  2. Practical strategies for developing a sight word bank in students of all ages.
  3. Monitoring and measuring progress
  4. Develop a deeper understanding of the role of orthographic mapping and how this leads to increased reading fluency.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Phonological (sound) awareness is the critical foundation of all literacy learning, yet it remains an area that is not well understood in the classroom.

Removing the jargon and looking at practical approaches to teaching and learning is the focus of this webinar.

What you'll learn

1. Knowledge of the progression of learning
2. Practical approaches for assessing and teaching essential skills

Target audience

Parents, ECE and primary teachers, and/or teachers and parents of learners struggling to use The Code for reading and spelling.

ECE, Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

In this webinar you will hear the latest research about how children learn language and how adults can support this amazing process.
You’ll come away with a clear understanding of what exactly is oral language and learn some easy, evidence-based ideas for what to do in the classroom to support it. This is ideal for busy teachers who want to easily embed oral language goals in their everyday teaching.

What you'll learn

  1. What is communication, oral language and the differences between speech and language
  2. Understand the latest research on how children learn language
  3. How you can easily practise and support oral language growth everyday in your classroom

Target audience

Early childhood teachers and primary teachers in the Junior syndicate who want to understand more about oral language, how it underpins literacy and learning, and how they can support it in all their learners.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Health & Physcial Education

Getting children moving isn't just good for health but may also boost brain power. In this very practical webinar, Deb Garea will take you through the process of designing and delivering physical education lessons that link to literacy (years 0 – 2).

Everyone loves a freebie, especially teachers so Deb is also giving away her unit plans overviews, session plans and suggested equipment lists to help get you started. These resources are based on a successful PE programme she introduced at Mt Maunganui Primary School in 2018.

Don't delay, register now and help your students learn more effectively by introducing fun active games such as Alphabet Soup and Letter Jab into your PE programme. Your learners will thank you for it!

What you'll learn

Learn how to:

  • Design and deliver PE lessons that promote literacy
  • Identify the key differences between sport vs PE
  • Use practical games to teach fundamental movement skills

 

Target audience

Year 0-2 Primary School Teachers.

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Technology

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.
In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programme?
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. This part will look at the first strand of the Digital Technologies curriculum: Progress outcome “Computational thinking”.
We will explore ways to integrate this strand into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

  • An understanding of computational thinking, why it is important and how it fits in the classroom.
  • Examples and lessons on how to teach computational thinking.
  • Practical ideas you can use in the classroom right now whether you teach year 0 or year 8.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programmes?

We will look at ways to integrate DT into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

1. A better understanding of the Digital Technologies progress outcomes and what it looks like in classrooms.
2. Practical ideas and tools to integrate digital technologies progress outcomes in your classroom.
3. Practical ideas and tools to supersize current teaching and learning in your classroom.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

“Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.” -TKI

Knowledge is no longer power, it is what you do with that knowledge that is power.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question...How might we support our students to be critical and creative thinkers who strive to make a difference in the world? and...how might we encourage them to use their powers for good!

Toni will share practical ways to put students in the driver's seat- to have them exploring and driving learning. We will unpack what project-based learning can look like at different year levels and explore some tried and tested tools and strategies to either dip your toes into PBL or add value to what you already do.

Alongside this, Toni will share ways you can incorporate aspects of the digital technologies curriculum into your PBL or inquiry model.

What you'll learn

  1. An understanding of what PBL is and the thinking that sits behind it.
  2. Some key tools and strategies to try that will add elements of PBL to your learning programmes.
  3. Explicit ways to make the digital technologies curriculum come alive in PBL or inquiry.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to integrate PBL into teaching and learning programmes.
This webinar is aimed more at year 3 and up but there are aspects which would be integrated into a year 0-2 classroom.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

English

Encouraging passionate writers can be a tricky thing to balance, when you’ve got a classroom full of other students who also need your attention.

This webinar will explore ways to identify and support students’ strengths and weaknesses in writing, extension exercises for passionate writers, and ways to incorporate students’ own projects into a class environment.

What you'll learn

  1. Gain new ideas and inspiration for extension writing exercises
  2. Identify ways to support writing strengths and weakness
  3. Explore ways to incorporate students’ passion projects into a class environment

Target audience

Teachers who are working with students who are passionate writers or with students who are looking for extension in their writing.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Pulling your hair out trying to persuade students to write?

This webinar will cover common reasons why children who are capable of writing sometimes still struggle to get words on a page, along with strategies, writing exercises, games and activities to encourage reluctant writers.

A former reluctant writer herself, Helen draws on her own experience of struggling with writing at primary school, along with her years of experience as both an award-winning writer and creative writing tutor for this presentation.

What you'll learn

  1. Identify common writing blocks in children
  2. Explore strategies for addressing writing blocks
  3. Gain new ideas and inspiration for writing exercises, games and activities

Target audience

Primary and intermediate teachers working with children who possess the ability to write but still struggle to get words on a page.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will explore exactly what the term sight words means and why this is so crucial to reading success. Orthographic Mapping and the development of a sight word bank (or lack thereof) sets many readers apart. Teachers and Teacher assistants will learn about the science of mapping words and how they can make small tweaks to their practice that ultimately make great gains in students reading achievement outcomes.
Let’s not mistake this for a whole word approach we will be talking Structured Literacy all the way. Links and recommendations will be made to appropriate research and evidence-based resources for in-school use.

What you'll learn

  1. What is a sight word
  2. Practical strategies for developing a sight word bank in students of all ages.
  3. Monitoring and measuring progress
  4. Develop a deeper understanding of the role of orthographic mapping and how this leads to increased reading fluency.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Phonological (sound) awareness is the critical foundation of all literacy learning, yet it remains an area that is not well understood in the classroom.

Removing the jargon and looking at practical approaches to teaching and learning is the focus of this webinar.

What you'll learn

1. Knowledge of the progression of learning
2. Practical approaches for assessing and teaching essential skills

Target audience

Parents, ECE and primary teachers, and/or teachers and parents of learners struggling to use The Code for reading and spelling.

ECE, Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

In this webinar you will hear the latest research about how children learn language and how adults can support this amazing process.
You’ll come away with a clear understanding of what exactly is oral language and learn some easy, evidence-based ideas for what to do in the classroom to support it. This is ideal for busy teachers who want to easily embed oral language goals in their everyday teaching.

What you'll learn

  1. What is communication, oral language and the differences between speech and language
  2. Understand the latest research on how children learn language
  3. How you can easily practise and support oral language growth everyday in your classroom

Target audience

Early childhood teachers and primary teachers in the Junior syndicate who want to understand more about oral language, how it underpins literacy and learning, and how they can support it in all their learners.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Health & Physcial Education

Getting children moving isn't just good for health but may also boost brain power. In this very practical webinar, Deb Garea will take you through the process of designing and delivering physical education lessons that link to literacy (years 0 – 2).

Everyone loves a freebie, especially teachers so Deb is also giving away her unit plans overviews, session plans and suggested equipment lists to help get you started. These resources are based on a successful PE programme she introduced at Mt Maunganui Primary School in 2018.

Don't delay, register now and help your students learn more effectively by introducing fun active games such as Alphabet Soup and Letter Jab into your PE programme. Your learners will thank you for it!

What you'll learn

Learn how to:

  • Design and deliver PE lessons that promote literacy
  • Identify the key differences between sport vs PE
  • Use practical games to teach fundamental movement skills

 

Target audience

Year 0-2 Primary School Teachers.

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Technology

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.
In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programme?
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. This part will look at the first strand of the Digital Technologies curriculum: Progress outcome “Computational thinking”.
We will explore ways to integrate this strand into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

  • An understanding of computational thinking, why it is important and how it fits in the classroom.
  • Examples and lessons on how to teach computational thinking.
  • Practical ideas you can use in the classroom right now whether you teach year 0 or year 8.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programmes?

We will look at ways to integrate DT into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

1. A better understanding of the Digital Technologies progress outcomes and what it looks like in classrooms.
2. Practical ideas and tools to integrate digital technologies progress outcomes in your classroom.
3. Practical ideas and tools to supersize current teaching and learning in your classroom.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

“Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.” -TKI

Knowledge is no longer power, it is what you do with that knowledge that is power.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question...How might we support our students to be critical and creative thinkers who strive to make a difference in the world? and...how might we encourage them to use their powers for good!

Toni will share practical ways to put students in the driver's seat- to have them exploring and driving learning. We will unpack what project-based learning can look like at different year levels and explore some tried and tested tools and strategies to either dip your toes into PBL or add value to what you already do.

Alongside this, Toni will share ways you can incorporate aspects of the digital technologies curriculum into your PBL or inquiry model.

What you'll learn

  1. An understanding of what PBL is and the thinking that sits behind it.
  2. Some key tools and strategies to try that will add elements of PBL to your learning programmes.
  3. Explicit ways to make the digital technologies curriculum come alive in PBL or inquiry.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to integrate PBL into teaching and learning programmes.
This webinar is aimed more at year 3 and up but there are aspects which would be integrated into a year 0-2 classroom.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

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