Information Sessions

Upcoming Information Sessions for Home Educators 

Our next information session will take place on: December 5th 2019

Navigating NCEA For Home Educating Families

What: An Information Session for Home Educating parents and teens.
When: 5th December 2019
Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm

This is a HASCA supported parent run event facilitated by Nina Lawgun with contributions from other experienced home educating parents for those currently or considering home educating their children through the teen years via the NCEA pathway.

The aim of this event is to offer support, encouragement and personal insights to home educators as they navigate their way through NCEA with their high-school aged students.

Nina is a home educating parent who is passionate about sharing information, guiding and encouraging students on their home educating journey and supporting families as they navigate their way through NCEA, particularly those choosing to do so via Te Kura.

Nina is particularly experienced and knowledgable about the assessment requirements and content of English, Art and Art History and in supporting students with learning challenges. She also works closely with Todd Roughton, the principal of Home Schooling NZ utilising NCEA based content to meet the CENZ Certificate requirements thus providing a broad variety of options for home educated teens.

The other parents who will be sharing during this event have experience in and a wealth of personal insight into other core subject areas such as maths and science and in tailoring their students NCEA program to achieve their post-secondary goals

We welcome you to join us on Thursday, 5th December 2019, as Nina and others share the insights into navigating the NCEA pathway.

This information session is free to attend but registration is requested to aid with our planning.

The session will be held in a North Shore venue with easy access to the motorway: YMCA North Shore (Roberts Room), 5 Akoranga Drive, Northcote.

The topics to be covered will include:

Enrollment with Tekura
Tekura policies for parents and students enlisting the support of 3rd parties such as tutors
Interactions with Teachers & Learning Advisors
The proposed changes to NCEA
NCEA curricular content and mode of learning
Alternative Content Options
Tekura Deadlines & Summer School
Understanding the assessment process and achievement criteria
Submitting work for assessment
Supervising and Supporting Students in their studies
Students with learning disabilities/difficulties
Getting Extra Support (tutors/classes/study groups etc)
UE Requirements
NCEA options and opportunities outside of Tekura
Combining NCEA & other content for the CENZ Certificates

A student and parent panel will also be on hand to answer your questions.

The ‘Navigating NCEA for Home Educators’ information session will run from 12:30pm to approximately 2:30pm. There will be an opportunity to have a cuppa and chat afterwards.

Enquiries are welcome to Nina Lawgun at learn2getha@gmail.com / 021-2045952, or HASCA.

registration and info

If you find you can no longer make the session after registration, please advise Nina ASAP. Thank you.

We look forward to seeing you on December 5th!

Note: This information session will be run by homeschooling parents for homeschooling parents and is not intended for those seeking information for professional purposes. Thank you.

contact us
Feel free to contact us at hasca.nz@gmail.com.

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