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.
Applications are open from early April until May 18th for primary and intermediate teachers from all over Aotearoa to join the 2022 BLAKE Inspire for Teachers programme. This year there are three programmes being offered in July and October, based in Tāmaki-Makaurau | Auckland.
Outdoor Classroom Day is a global movement to make time outdoors part of every child’s day. On two days of action each year, teachers take children outdoors to play and learn. The second day this year is on November 3, but you can take your learning outside every day!
Have your say on transforming recycling in Aotearoa, by reading the consultation documents and writing a submission before May 22nd.
This Bioheritage National Science Challenge online conference will showcase some of the latest Te Tiriti-led biodiversity and biosecurity research from around Aotearoa. Engage with short sessions over eight days and register for only those you are interested in.
Join Tame Malcolm (Kaimahi Matua at Te Tira Whakamātaki) and Greta Dromgool from the Science Learning Hub, as we explore kaitiakitanga.
Kiwi Conservation Club's annual celebration of our amazing NZ trees takes place from June 4 - 12 this year. Get involved with the fun activities and share your photos and stories.
Travel to Waipoua awa in Te Tai Tokerau | Northland, as part of this LEARNZ online field trip that explores how the local community are monitoring and restoring their awa as part of the nationwide Ngā Awa river restoration programme.
Regenerate Game Jam Matariki is an opportunity to create fun and visible action towards the regeneration of people, place and planet.
Sophie Watson (EONZ) will facilitate this thought-provoking and interactive workshop that supports localised, innovative and student-centred school camp programmes. This webinar is part of the NZ Primary Teachers - Health and PE professional learning series in 2022.
Take part in this fun and easy annual citizen science project in your garden at home and with ākonga in your learning spaces.
Embracing Change 2022 in Rotorua will be the biggest in-person professional learning event for teachers of Health Education, Physical Education and Outdoor Education.
This 2 day workshop is the original New Zealand version of Forest School Training and has been designed for ECE and primary teachers .