Kaikohekohe Education Network Teacher's Professional Development Day 2019
Kaikohekohe Education Network PD 2019
Kia ora koutou and welcome to a new school year. We look forward to welcoming you at the Copthorne Wednesday 23rd January. We have a fabulous day lined up for you with some exceptional speakers and it's a great opportunity to network with teachers from other schools within our cluster.
Tea and coffee will be available from 8.30 a.m. so please come early to connect with colleagues and get set up with WIFI. You day will be better for you if you bring a laptop and some headphones if you are planning on attending the Film/Rewindable Learning workshop.
Key Note Speakers and Workshop Presenters
Nicola teaches junior Science and Biology at Tamaki College. This year she is an Across School CoL and is aiming to share Manaiakalani expert practices in literacy and science across schools to help ease the transition from intermediate and prepare students for secondary. She believes rewindable, visible, engaging and creative learning environments help students to learn deeply and at their own pace, any time and anywhere.
I live in the beautiful Coopers Beach in the far North of New Zealand. I am a teacher who is currently working for Manaiakalani as an Outreach Facilitator in the Te Hiku Cluster in the Far North. This is my second year in the position. Before this, I was a Mathematics and Statistics facilitator for 15 years working for University of Auckland, Cognition Education, and Donna Yates Consulting. I have two children that are 17 and 19.
Kariene teaches in a collaborative Year 1-2 classroom at Ohaeawai Primary here in the Kaikohekohe network. Last year Kariene worked within the MIT program to extend her passion for accelerating writing within her classroom and across the wider Kaikohekohe network. She created a resource to help teachers both within and beyond the Kaikohekohe Network to enhance and accelerate teachers practice within writing.
Kerry is a Manaiakalani Outreach Facilitator primarily focused on secondary schools across the Te Hiku Cluster and the Kaikohekohe Cluster. Prior to becoming a Manaiakalani Outreach Facilitator, Kerry taught Digital Technologies and Visual Art and Design at secondary school level. In 2015 she was awarded a Woolf Fisher Lead Teacher Scholarship and completed her Masters in Education. She also holds a Post Grad in E-Learning and Digital Technologies with Canterbury University. Kerry is passionate about putting students at the heart of learning by supporting teachers' practices to utilise digital technologies.
Alicia is a DP and teaches in a Year 3 - 4 collaborative space. In 2017 she was part of the Manaiakalani Innovative Teachers where she inquired into Collaboration, Digital Tools and Visible Learning. This led her to applying for a sabbatical for 2018. She completed her sabbatical in term 3 and spent time developing a site of resources, ideas and websites that she has gathered from both her own practice and school and schools in the Kaikohekohe Cluster.
Workshops Links and Resources
A huge thank you to our presenters at our KET Professional Development day and for sharing their presentation resources with us for further learning. If you would like to contact any of the presenters, contact details are included in their resources. Be sure to check out our photo album from the day too.