The convergence of technology, culture and future-focused education
The NZTech Advance Education Technology Summit this month is expected to tap into some key areas emerging from the education budget.
Calling all careers advisors: workshops on US education opportunities
EducationUSA, the U.S. Embassy New Zealand and local Careers and Transition Education Association (CATE) chapters are thrilled to offer careers practitioners a free full-day professional development workshop on American universities and the admissions process.
#edchatNZ second conference set to push boundaries
Registrations are open for #edchatNZ's second conference, taking place in Hamilton over the 12-13th of August 2016.
Cultivating a 'maker culture' in the classroom
The ‘Maker Culture’ ─ the general term given to inventors, designers and creative types ─ is gaining ground as a great tool to activate creative learning and innovation in the classroom.
Sector unites for PB4L Conference
The Ministry of Education, teacher unions and other education organisations will collaborate this week for this year's Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) School Wide conference.
Birth of #WellyED
On the back of the success of educators’ forum #edchatNZ, another new venture has begun: the Wellington connected educators’ group, #WellyED.
From tweeting to meeting
Members of a Twitter network for New Zealand educators, #edchatNZ, are preparing to meet face-to-face at the inaugural #edchatNZ conference in Auckland. Registrations have opened for the event, which will take place at the new Hobsonville Point Secondary School in Auckland over the 8-9th of August this year.
Pathways to school leadership
Education Review asks a principal, a senior leader and a middle leader to share their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges at various levels of school leadership.
Post-intervention: the importance of sustainability
DR PHIL COOGAN says collaborative partnerships and capability transfer are the key to ensuring the sustainability of an intervention.
Three major questions for three major education thought leaders
Education Review asks three leading international educationalists – Sugata Mitra, Sir John Jones and Frances Valintine – to respond to three big questions.
The Postgrad Calendar
Education Review finds a number of inspiring events for postgraduate researchers taking place at New Zealand institutions throughout the year
Connecting education with industry
Education Review asks Workchoice Trust chief executive AMANDA WHEELER about why the upcoming Teachers’ Workchoice Day events are such a great form of professional development.
Paving the way for future growth
The New Zealand International Education Conference 2012 provided the perfect opportunity to take stock of what has been accomplished and what lies ahead for New Zealand’s $2.7 billion dollar international education industry.
The Australian experience
DIANE MAYER looks at the challenges with teacher education programmes in Australia.
ITE issues sure to spark debate
As the sector gears up for a major teacher education conference next month, experts give their opinions on some of the key issues facing initial teacher education in New Zealand. JOHN O’NELL says there are four key issues that constitute a major crisis
University network is of star quality
The Matariki Network of Universities held its second meeting earlier this year to collaborate on a variety of important issues.