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Colleen Douglas – Keynote Speaker
27 August – 5 September 2015
The Centre for Educational Development is a community of skilled and experienced facilitators providing schools and related organisations with highly effective professional learning and development through “shifting learning” via a teacher inquiry model. Select your preferred learning style from our cluster groups, courses and workshops. We will also work with you to customise a professional learning plan specific to your school's staff development needs.
The Centre for Educational Development is a diverse and cohesive community of facilitators who provide advice, support, personal development, and professional learning opportunities for early childhood, primary and secondary educators. Our facilitators are highly experienced and qualified and are in demand throughout Massey’s central North Island region and well beyond...
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The Centre for Educational Development is an integral part of the Institute of Education at Massey University and is split between Palmerston North and Hawke’s Bay. Professional learning facilitators bring a wide range of experience and expertise plus the benefits of strong links to the wider University...
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Last updated on Monday 13 July 2015
Click here to register for more information about Jennifer Abrams' Workshop Tour as she travels from Auckland to Dunedin, 27 August to 5 September 2015
Centre for Educational Development, Institute of Education, Cnr Albany Drive and Collinson Road, Massey University, Private Bag 11 222, Palmerston North 4442 | T: +64 6 350 4909
Centre for Educational Development, Ruawharo Centre, Hetley Building, EIT Hawke's Bay, Gloucester Street, Taradale, PO Box 410, Napier 4140 | T: +64 6 845 9390
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