NZLA Regional Events

  • Past Events

  • Tai Tokerau
    Thu 16th Aug 2018

    Spotlight on Schools – Kaurihohore

    Join us as we visit Kaurihohore to find out what great things are happeninng. The main focus areas will be around Play-based learning and Mantle of the Expert. Please bing a camera!

  • Waiariki
    Wed 25th Jul 2018

    Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey Oral Language Presentation

    This workshop aims to support teachers to include more quality talk in classrooms and to embed purposeful oral language opportunities across the curriculum. It presents research based ideas, activities and support material to translate theory into classroom practice.

  • Hawkes Bay
    Wed 6th Jun 2018

    Andrea O’Hagen “My Brain Remembers The Words”

    Hawke’s Bay Literacy Association Welcomes... Andrea O’Hagen ‘My Brain Remembers the Words’ Visual Imaging Spelling Strategy Andrea will make links to her resources and also share the new ‘stuff’ coming out through the International Literacy Association A practical workshop presenting strategies that enable students including those with learning difficulties to…

  • Wellington
    Thu 31st May 2018

    Session 1: Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi Session 2: Sarah Kirby

    Session 1: Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi - Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi edited Annual and Annual 2, gathering original works by New Zealand’s best authors into a modern annual aimed at 9 - 13 year olds. Susan and Kate have written a comprehensive set of Teacher’s Notes…

  • Tai Tokerau
    Sat 19th May 2018

    Gathering Momentum – TTLA Seminar 2018

    The Tai Tokerau Literacy Association is pleased to invite Educators to our Annual Seminar Day, with two exceptional keynotes in Dr Ian Hunter & Linda Cheer

  • Waikato
    Thu 17th May 2018

    Emma Nahna

    In this highly interactive oral language workshop you’ll learn... a simple way to pinpoint specific difficulties with oral language so you can give targeted support. A valuable tool to adapt ANY topic or lesson to accommodate all learners from students with learning difficulties, right through to gifted and talented.