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Maori Teachers’ Conference graphicMaori Teachers' Conference 2015

Te ihi, te wehi, te wana
Vision and Voices …

The 21st NZ PPTA National Māori Teachers’ Conference 2015 will be held from Sunday 5 July to Tuesday 7 July 2015  at the Sudima Lake Rotorua Hotel, Rotorua.

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NZCTU Te Kauae Kaimahi : Women’s Biennial Conference

CTU Women's Conference 2015 

Renouf Foyer, Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington     10-11 July 2015 

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PB4L (Positive Behaviour for Learning) Conference

 

The 4th Annual PB4L School-wide Conference will take place in Auckland at SkyCity Convention Centre from the 13th - 15th August 2015.

Link to website Postive Behaviour for Learning Conference

 

 


 

Mahi tika: Learning to make a difference

Mahi tika courses are practical adult education seminars based on case studies, collaborative problem-solving and discussion. They are delivered by PPTA Field Officers in a location near you each year.

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