Local Curriculum: Planning, Implementing, and Evaluation Workshop (New Plymouth)
Te Whāriki (2017) sets the expectation that ECE services will use the curriculum framework as a basis for weaving with children, parents and whanau its own local curriculum, taking into consideration aspirations and learning priorities. The Licensing Criteria (2016) also stipulate that centres must have a service curriculum that is consistent with Te Whāriki.
Centres are required to specify “what matters here”. This workshop will outline -
- How to develop a local curriculum framework policy and how this links to the Licensing Criteria requirements
- Key components of a local service curriculum
- How to develop local processes for planning, implementing, and evaluating
Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the requirements of a local curriculum and how to determine “what matters here”.
Please bring along your copy of Te Whāriki.
Facilitator: Katina Beauchamp
- All workshops are half-day (four hours)
- Each workshop costs: $130+GST (ECC members), $150+GST (non members)
- The ECC reserves the right to cancel workshops a week prior to the scheduled date if there are insufficient registration number
- There will be a 10% administration fee for any cancellation
- No refunds with cancellations within 24 hours of workshop
- Parking: There is no free parking onsite. ECC does not take responsibility to provide parking for attendees. Please check google maps for parking nearby.
- The ECC may, on occasion, have to cancel or reschedule a workshop due to adverse weather, low registration numbers or other factors.
We will endeavour to provide as much advance notice of a change as is possible, but we cannot accept responsibility for staff time, backfilling positions, or travel associated expenses to/from the venue.
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