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This professional development will explore the notion of responsive relationships and what it means for kaiako to be mutually engaged with tāmariki and their whānau.
A sociocultural framework will support the notion of responsive and mutually engaged teaching and learning.
Practice-based research incorporating ‘teachers-as researcher’ will be used to further enhance kaiako practice with tamariki and whānau.
If you are interested in this workshop but are unable to attend then please fill in the form linked here and we will be in contact when it is next being run.
Thursday 28 March
9.00am - 4.00pm
Wellington Teaching Base
191b Thorndon Quay