Build a stronger understanding of the PLD priorities

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On behalf of the Ministry of Education, CORE delivered five webinars to the sector in August - September 2021.

This kaupapa was designed to build a stronger understanding of the PLD priorities and their importance in improving outcomes for learners through building teachers’ important curriculum capabilities through the work delivered by the PLD provider network.

These sessions are relevant to PLD facilitators, PLD provider organisations, learning communities, PLD schools, kura, PLD leads in schools, tumuaki | principals and regional office Ministry staff.

As the webinars were delivered online, you’ll see and hear the presentation including the questions and kōrero of participants.

Contact our PLD Managers for free support to develop a PLD funding application.

Digital fluency for wellbeing

Unpack digital fluency as it relates to whole-school curriculum development, wellbeing, and equitable outcomes for all ākonga. CORE’s ‘Use, Design, Transform’ approach covers more than just digital ‘tools’. Find out why and how to implement a wellbeing enhancing, digital fluency strategy in your setting.

Contact catherine.johnson@core-ed.ac.nz, karl.sumerfiled@core-ed.ac.nz or jess.bond@core-ed.ac.nz if you want to enquire further about implementing Digital Fluency for Wellbeing.

Spiral of Inquiry

Discover what Spiral of Inquiry as 'Teaching as Inquiry' is, some strategies and the benefits of using Spirals of Inquiry. 

Contact rebbecca.sweeney@core-ed.ac.nz if you want to enquire further about implementing Spirals in your learning environment.

Connecting local curriculum and deep learning

Discover how deep learning supports the local curriculum design and development, tools and frameworks to use, and deep learning processes to support the shifts.

Contact margot.mckeegan@core-ed.ac.nz or greg.carroll@core-ed.ac.nz if you want to enquire further about implementing deep learning in your learning environment.

Te Whakamānawa - building cultural capability

Explore our personal identity as tangata whenua or tangata tiriti, examine our personal and shared obligations as Treaty partners, and have a better understanding of approaches to equity.

Contact alicia.ngaropo-tuia@core-ed.ac.nz and rahera.ormsby@core-ed.ac.nz if you want to enquire further about implementing cultural capability in your learning environment.

Universal design for learning relating to cultural capability

This webinar will answer the ‘Why Universal design for learning (UDL)? and how does it relate back to cultural capability?’ You’ll learn the difference between UDL and differentiation, gain strategies to get started with UDL and how to remove barriers to ensure equitable outcomes.

Contact lynne.silcock@core-ed.ac.nz, rahera.ormsby@core-ed.ac.nz or karl.sumerfiled@core-ed.ac.nz if you want to enquire further about implementing UDL in your learning environment.