With so many of our teachers and teaching teams are supporting tamariki through distance learning at the moment, a number of you have been looking for ways to continue to learn and grow your own teaching practices.
To help, we've pulled together some teaching resources and information that you may find useful.
If you have any suggestions for additional resources, websites, information or ideas, please contact us and let us know.
We'd love to hear from you!
Kauwhata Reo is a repository to support those teaching and learning te reo Māori to search for and access relevant content, tools and resources.
Lady Tilly Reedy on 20 years of Te Whaariki.
Check out this video of Guy Claxton on teaching with attitude.
Carol Dweck studies human motivation. She spends her days diving into why people succeed (or don't) and what's within our control to foster success.
The Early Childhood Seminar Series, founded by Marek Tesar and Maria Cooper in 2013, is aimed at all who are interested in early childhood education, the early years and in childhood studies.
Victor Rios seeks to uncover how to best support the lives of young people who experience poverty, stigma and social exclusion.
Free online courses in Te Reo Maori and Tikanga Maori.
The NZ early childhood curriculum is 20 years old. Here writers and practitioners reflect on the origins and impact of a world leading document.
Te Whāriki online offers information, resources, and support for early childhood teachers, educators, and kaiako working with Te Whāriki, the early learning curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand.