This workshop was to be delivered face-to-face this year but with the uncertainty of lockdowns, it has been modified to be delivered online. The workshops are interactive so we are capping the number to ensure that all participants are able to have an opportunity to contribute. However, if there is enough interest we will set a second date.
This workshop is a wonderful opportunity to become more familiar with MoE document He Māpuna te Tamaiti: Supporting Social and Emotional Competence in Early Learning and ERO document Te Ara Poutama – indicators of quality for early childhood education: what matters most.
Saturday 15 May 2021 – Online Zoom Workshop with Kerry Pratchett
Workshop Part one: 9.00-11.00 am
This workshop will focus on classroom management. It will have a good mixture of theory and practical work, so come prepared to discuss and share your ideas. You will gain an understanding of why we do what we do, how to do it and align it to your context and priorities of your community.
Workshop Part two: 12.00-2.00 pm
This workshop will link Grace and Courtesy lessons to the MoE document He Māpuna te Tamaiti: Supporting Social and Emotional Competence in Early Learning and ‘where to next’ in your assessment and planning. There will be an opportunity to begin an Internal Evaluation on classroom management and link this to the ERO document Te Ara Poutama – indicators of quality for early childhood education: what matters most.
If this sounds interesting to you, then we invite you to register today and join us for this inspiring online workshop.
Date: Saturday 15th May, 2021
Cost: MANZ Member school $85, MANZ Individual member $105, Full registration $145
Registration: Your registration includes Zoom access for both workshops and the links will be sent two days prior to the workshops.
Kerry Pratchett is a Professional Practice Leader with BestStart. She supports early learning services with compliance, curriculum and internal evaluation. She enjoys helping kaiako to identify their teaching philosophy and helps them to bring this to life.
Kerry has a Bachelor of education, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and a Montessori Diploma (AMI). Previous to her current role she worked at Wā Ora Montessori school.
Kerry is passionate about ensuring that kaiako prepare the best environment for tamariki. Part of this preparation is ensuring that kaiako are ready for their day and teach with intention.
He pai te tirohanga ki nga mahara mo nga ra pahemo engari ka puta te maramatanga I runga I te titiro whakamua.
It’s fine to have recollections of the past, but wisdom comes from being able to prepare opportunities for the future.