Empowering Our Future

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Amy Austin and Jacqui Innes share how they use the New Zealand Curriculum in their school to create holistic learners in a broad enquiring curriculum that fosters a love of learning and cultivates creative minds.

Austin and Innes are the Deputy Principals of Island Bay School in Wellington. Both are passionate about democratic education and taking students from the known to the unknown by making connections from familiar contexts to deep conceptual understandings.

This talk was a part of Growing from Strong Foundations in Auckland on 5, June, 2018

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Do you want to explore and be inspired by our National Curricula, understand more about the values and principles that underpin them, and focus on possibilities for creative implementation? Curricula experts share their expertise in working with all the New Zealand curricula in Growing from Strong Foundations - Exploring the potential of the National Curricula for all children.

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