Introduction to e-asTTle writing

These Ministry funded workshops are suitable for schools who have not yet accessed training or are seeking better understanding of the e-asTTle Writing tool.

You will learn how the tool works, and examine aspects of test creation, test administration, marking and interpreting data and reports.

Workshops run from 9.00am to 3.00pm. Morning tea is provided. Participants make their own arrangements for lunch.

“I could see the big/whole picture. I fully understand how to: administer and mark the test. I now have clear understanding of how it can be a valuable as a tool for guiding teaching of writing and setting whole school and classroom goals in teaching writing.”

Date

Type

Location

Facilitator

Friday, 18 October 2019

Introduction to e-asTTle writing

Timaru

Rose Stanley

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Introduction to e-asTTle writing

Auckland

Nadine Sorrensen

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Introduction to e-asTTle writing

Cromwell

Garry Taylor

Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Introduction to e-asTTle writing

New Plymouth

Margaret Hesketh

Introduction to e-asTTle writing - Auckland - 24th October

9.30am to 3pm, Thursday 24 October ,
Quality Hotel Parnell, 10-20 Gladstone Rd, Parnell, Auckland 1052

17 Places Left

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Introduction to e-asTTle writing - New Plymouth - 13th November

9am to 3pm, Wednesday 13 November ,
Plymouth International, 220 Courtenay St, New Plymouth 4312

10 Places Left

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Introduction to e-asTTle writing - Timaru - 18th October

9am to 3pm, Friday 18 October ,
Landing Service Conference Centre, 2 George St, Timaru Central, Timaru 7910

20 Places Left

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Introduction to e-asTTle writing - Cromwell - 5th November

9am to 3pm, Tuesday 5 November ,
The Gate Cromwell, 6 Barry Ave, Cromwell 9310

19 Places Left

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