To prepare our future generations for meaningful participation in the global marketplace, can a ‘back to basics’ approach to education truly suffice? In the ongoing dis
Feeling uncertain about meeting the daily literacy/numeracy hour requirements for 2024? We’ve got a solution – you can incorporate both. As we understand there is concern a
Developmentally Responsive Teaching and Learning Systems: Balancing Rigour and Compassion for New Zealand’s Future
Dear Teachers and Educators, In the wake of last weekend’s election results, uncertainty looms over our education system. Proposed policies have raised concerns among those w
Longworth Education has embarked on a journey to show of Play Pedagogy from Aotearoa New Zealand on the world stage. Play Pedagogy is a way of integrating children’s play experi
Yesterday, the Act Party announced a set of education policies that have left many experts, educators, and parents deeply concerned. While the party may be considered the ‘ta
Sarah is a researcher, educator, and passionate play advocate with a Doctor of Education degree from Massey University in New Zealand.
Last month’s announcement by the Labour Party of proposed compulsory teaching requirements for literacy and numeracy sat me on the floor in disbelief. In fact, I had to