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Kia ora Nicholas

There is still time to register for our Engaging learners in a blended learning environment workshops on 7 and 8 March, in Dunedin and Christchurch respectively.

Our highly-rated Problem based learning: Creating student-led activities for work-ready outcomes is also coming to both locations in April and registrations are open now. 

More information and links to the registration pages are below.

If you cannot attend but are interested in either of these workshops, please contact us to discuss in-house and tailored options for staff groups.

 

Engaging learners in a blended learning environment

Facilitated by John Milne, Massey University
Tuesday 7 March
9.00am – 12.30pm 
$165 plus GST
Dunedin Training Centre

Wednesday 8 March

9.00am – 12.30pm 
$165 plus GST
SIT Christchurch Campus

This half-day workshop explores effective teaching strategies that aim to develop a positive experience using face-to-face and online modes of learning.

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to develop pedagogically-robust learning experiences that keep learners engaged and re-engage those who may have drifted away.

The session is for educators teaching in a face-to-face mode who want to use online learning to enhance the experience.

 
Find out more and register for these workshops

 
Register Now - Dunedin
Register Now - Christchurch

Problem based learning: Creating student-led activities for work-ready outcomes

Facilitated by Cath Fraser (independent consultant)
Monday 3 April
9.00am – 4.00pm 
$290 plus GST (includes lunch)
Dunedin Training Centre

Tuesday 4 April

9.00am – 12.30pm 
$290 plus GST (includes lunch)
SIT Christchurch Campus

This full day workshop offers an introduction to problem-based learning (PBL) and project-based learning. 

Participants will explore examples of PBL and work through a step-by-step guide so they can plan their own implementation of PBL within their teaching context. 

The workshop will be of value to new tertiary educators, and those looking for a “refresher” to update their practice along with those practitioners without a formal teaching background, and can be adapted for most tertiary settings.

 
Find out more and register for these workshops

 
Register Now - Dunedin
Register Now - Christchurch

Participating in one of our workshops also offers a valuable forum in which to meet other educators and participate in group discussions.

Please use the links above to register for the workshop and don't forget to bring this opportunity to the notice of any colleague who may also be interested in attending.

For information on the other upcoming workshops in the region, please refer to the go to the Southern Hub homepage.

Please do not hesitate to contact me or Catherine Leech (the Southern Hub administrator) should you have any queries.

Nāku noa, nā

Neil Andersen
Regional Manager
Ako Aotearoa 
Southern Hub

Phone (DD) 03 343 7719
Cell 021 748 496


51 Solway Avenue
C/- University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

www.akoaotearoa.ac.nz
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