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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/workshops and workshops. 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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Early childhood work recognised - Massey early-childhood specialists will continue to support educators and teachers in the community after securing Ministry of Education funding.
Inquiry Learning - Breaking Down the Barriers, South Taranaki, 18 June 2013 - Three presentations providing an overview of what inquiry learning offers within the context of a primary school and an early childhood service, bridging smooth transitions with families focused on children.
Inquiring into the impact of using iPads in early childhood settings - The Heretaunga Kindergarten Association wanted to see if iPads could be used to support teaching and learning in an early childhood environment. Lucknow Kindergarten in Havelock North worked with Heather Bell from Massey University's Centre for Educational Development to trial iPads and use Teaching as Inquiry to guide and understand the impact on their student's learning and their teaching practices.
Teaching as Inquiry and 21st Century Technologies at Riverslea School, Hastings - A case study on how iPads and digital and web-based technologies were used to research and improve student learning in the school.
Oral language competence and restorative justice processes: Refining preparation and the measurement of conference outcomes - Heather Bell shares a reading on Hennessey Hayes' and Pamela Snow's research on the relationship between oral language communication development particularly with regards to youth offending.
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Last updated on Thursday 10 April 2014