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Introduction to collaborative teacher practice in the primary school | Christchurch
Introduction to collaborative teacher practice in the primary school | Christchurch
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Created by Tessa Gray
Tuesday, 15 August 2017
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm


DETAILS

Date

15 Aug 2017

Time/s

1.00pm - 4.00pm

Costs

$110 + GST per person

Are you just beginning with collaborative teaching practice but not sure where to start? Bring your collaborative teaching team along to learn and experience how to plan, assess and work together in a collaborative learning and teaching environment. During this workshop we will explore what Modern Learning Practice means and how it could look for you and your kura.

Please note this is the first workshop in a series of two. It is not a requirement to attend all two sessions. Registrations open for session two now.

Learning outcomes

  • identify the reasons why collaborative teaching practice is so effective and some key ways of working collaboratively
  • identify models of collaborative teaching and learning
  • have strategies to begin supporting others in the move into collaborative teams.

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