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Mantle of the Expert in New Zealand

Kia Ora Colleagues

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$500 available to help teachers attend Drama NZ conference

Drama NZ is offering two $500 scholarships to support teachers to attend their conference this year. One scholarship is for a beginning teacher, the other is for a teacher from a rural school.
Te Kore – Drama NZ’s national conference for 2013 will be held at Waikato University 26-28 April. The conference suits primary, intermediate and secondary teachers and a number of presentations and workshops will be specifically devoted to Mantle of the Expert.

Luke Abbott’s Keynote from the Waikato Conference, New Zealand

LukeThis keynote was recorded during the Waikato Mantle of the Expert conference in New Zealand, August, 2009.

Luke gives the background to the development of mantle of the expert since 2002 as a powerful curriculum approach and his view of the future of education created, not by the establishment, but by teachers innovating from the ‘underground’.

Dorothy Heathcote Explains MoE


This keynote was recorded in preparation for the first international mantle of the expert conference at Waikato University, Hamilton New Zealand, August 27-30, 2009.

New Zealand – Waikato Conference

Mari imageThis page contains documents, reports and resources from the first International Mantle of the Expert conference held at Waikato University in Hamilton, New Zealand from August 27th to the 30th, 2009.