NZLA Regional Events

  • Past Events

  • Manawatu
    Wed 3rd Oct 2018 — Fri 5th Oct 2018

    Literacy Landscapes; NZLA National Conference

    The Manawatu Literacy Association is proudly hosting the National Literacy Conference in 2018. We have a wonderful line up of speakers, authors, storytellers and more! Bring your whole staff; there'll be something for all levels of schooling. We also look forward to sharing what Palmy has to offer.

  • Canterbury
    Fri 21st Sep 2018

    Poets Make History – The School for Young Writers

    Canterbury Literacy Association is proud to present Poets Make History with poet Gail Ingram. "The School for Young Writers"

  • Waikato
    Fri 7th Sep 2018

    Books for Babies @ Te Awamutu Birthing Centre

    50 delicately gift-wrapped children's books kindly donated by Scholastic will be gifted to the Te Awamutu Birthing Centre where they will each be distributed by the amazing centre staff to the mothers of any babies born in the up and coming days or weeks. We like to foster children's love…

  • Hawkes Bay
    Wed 22nd Aug 2018

    David Moreau- Giving Students The Tools To Thrive.

    Dr. David Moreau is a cognitive neuroscientist at the Centre of Brain Research in Auckland. David will discuss current research and knowledge about training the brain and how this line of work can inform best practices for children facing learning difficulties.

  • Taranaki
    Thu 16th Aug 2018

    Taranaki Literacy Association, Dr Rebecca Jesson

    Dr Rebecca Jesson Literacy in an ever changing society; the benefits and risks of digital pedagogy How can we as teachers develop our knowledge to effectively support higher-order literacy success for our students?

  • Auckland
    Thu 16th Aug 2018

    Auckland Literacy Association Event – Take Me to Your Readers – Wayne Mills – DATE CHANGE

    Wayne Mills will be speaking at our next ALA event. Wayne is a former Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland. He is widely regarded as one of New Zealand’s foremost authorities on Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Come along and join us…