TEFANZ Forum, 2021: Growing Great Teachers Together

DATE: 22 Hōngongoi | July, ONLINE.

With the support of Emily Nelson and a team at Eastern Institute of Technology, the TEFANZ 2021 Forum was held online this year on 22nd July. Below are some PPTs from key sessions and the programme of the day.

 

Associate Professor Lexie Grudnoff’s keynote slides follow here. The session was “Perspectives on practicum partnerships: Practices, problems, and possibilities”. Lexie Grudnoff Keynote TEFANZ Forum 2021

Following are the slides from the provider forum by Drs Tracey Hooker and Shilo Bluett and Karen Bishop-Puhi, “Kia whakatoomuri te haere whakamua – I walk backwards into the future with my eyes fixed on the past”.  WINTEC TEFANZ 2021 (1)

The slides from the sesson hosted by Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand follow here: “Initial teacher education. Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, he toa takitini. My strengths is not a an individual but as a collective”.  Teaching Council presentation to TEFANZ

The partnership ITE presentation by Anthony Fisher from Te Rito Maioha and Kiri Sloane-Hobson from Far North REAP follows here: “Tūturu tangata ako ana i te te kāenga, te tūranga ki te marae tau ana. A person nurtured in the community contributes strongly to society”. TEFANZ Presentation Te Rito maioha Far North REAP (1)

The EIT Partnership programme presentation by Kirsty Jones and Heather Wilkie follows here: “Growing great teachers together”. EIT Parntership Tefanz Presentation 22 Julypptx

This was the programme:

9-9.30 Welcome Whakatau President’s Address – Associate Professor Alex Gunn, TEFANZ Chair, University of Otago Emily Nelson & Glynis Cooper, EIT – introduction to the day and the theme Mahi Tahi: Growing Great Teachers Together
9.30-10.30 Keynote Address: Associate Professor Lexie Grudnoff, University of Auckland Perspectives on Practicum Partnerships: Practices, Problems, and Possibilities
10.30-11 Morning Tea
11-12.30 ITE provider panel presentations: Developing new programmes in partnership with the community Anthony Fisher (Te Rito Maioha) & Kiri Sloane-Hobson (Far North REAP) Kirsty Jones (EIT) & Heather Wilkie (Te Mata School) Tracey Hooker, Shilo Bluett & Karen Bishop – WINTEC
1.15 – 2.30 Presentation: Teaching Council Aotearoa New Zealand Pauline Barnes, Jayne Franklin & Kelly Turner Developing authentic partnerships – where we are at and where to next Sector Discussions
  Karakia mutunga
3-4 AGM

 

Last updated: Mahuru 28, 2021.