• Ngaire Shepherd-Wills

      Ngaire Shepherd-Wills

      Ko Ngaire Shepherd-Wills tōku ingoa. I am a facilitator with CORE Education, having been involved in the business of learning my whole career. Teaching kids is my passion, especially using digital technologies and the power of collaboration to make learning awesome!  I'm privileged to be i...

      Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Collaborative practice, Curriculum design, Innovative Learning Environments, Content Development, Wellbeing

    • Mauri mahi, mauri ora! ​Supporting Educators' Wellbeing
      Mauri mahi, mauri ora! ​Supporting Educators' Wellbeing

      Supporting staff working in NZ’s education sector in understanding and proactively managing their health and wellbeing.

      • edSpace

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        Core Educator's Welbeing Toolkit: Watch Māori language scholar and author Ruth Makuini Tai talk about her holistic view of health and wellbeing. Ruth also shares insights into finding joy in life. Courtesy of the Mental Health Foundation of NZ. To learn...

        Tags: health, wellbeing, toolkit, Māori, lens, world-view, holistic

        • Anaru White

          CORE Education's Educators' Wellbeing Toolkit

          The success of our schools is intrinsically linked to the engagement, performance and wellbeing of our staff in our schools. The New Zealand Primary School Principals’ Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey puts the spotlight on the increasing stress and duress our school leaders are expe...

          Tags: hauora, wellbeing, wellbeing toolkit

          • Anaru White

            CORE Education's Educators' Wellbeing Toolkit

            Tags: hauora, wellbeing, wellbeing toolkit

            • CORE Education

              Three steps towards student wellbeing | Christchurch

              Venue Russley Golf Course - Christchurch Canterbury (Click for more info) Date 13 Mar 2018 Time/s Breakfast and seminar: 7.15am - 8.45am Workshop: 9.00am - 12.00pm Costs Breakfast seminar: $55 + GST pp Breakfast seminar and workshop: $155 + G...

              Tags: students, wellbeing, resources, tips, breakfast, seminar

              • Viv Hall

                What ducky are you going to put down?

                Put down the ducky. Helen Timperley of the University of Auckland makes the strategic point that when we are learning something new, we have to decide what we are going to stop doing. She illustrates this with a clip from Sesame Street. As a facilitator, In this relatively new environment offe...

                Tags: Inquiry, wellbeing, leadership, spiralsofinquiry, professional learning

                • Linda

                  Using respectful and inclusive language

                  I was interested to hear about Australian airline 'Qantas' recent update of their guidance to staff on what language is appropriate and what isn't. Some of the new words or terminology: Husband and Wife (use “partner” or “spouse” instead) Mum and Dad (...

                  Tags: inclusive, LGBTIQA+, diversity, language, wellbeing, student voice

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