From webinars through to practical workshops, NZAEE is committed to promoting events across Aotearoa to provide connection and learning opportunities for educators, providers and all learners.
Celebrate connecting with our seas during this annual week of events from March 2 - 10, 2024.
Hosted by Enviroschools Waikato during Seaweek, this free webinar will explore the new marine biosecurity education module for Yrs 5 - 8, supporting young people to protect our coastlines.
Hosted by the Educational Leadership Project, this online lecture with Dr Jenny Ritchie will provide an overview of contexts for sustainability obligations with a focus on kaitiakitanga as recognised in Te Whāriki.
Join Paul Murray from Para Kore, along with ākonga and kaiako from Te Kauwhata Primary School for a tour of their new community compost hub. The webinar will include time for discussion and questions.
In the third webinar in this series educational experts Rosemary Hipkins and Pauline Waiti will explore the learning benefits of a knowledge systems approach to science.
Save the date and stay tuned for more details about local strikes led by the School Strike 4 Climate movement, with a focus this year on environmental, Indigenous and social justice.
This educator training is run by Little Kiwis Nature Play and is an intensive weekend workshop ideal for people setting up a nature discovery programme or outdoor classroom in a school or ECE environment.
Outdoor Classroom Day is a global movement to make time outdoors part of every child’s day. On May 23 (and Nov 7), teachers take children outdoors to play and learn, and this leads to more regular outdoor learning.
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