Event details

2022-08-22 04:00:00
2022-08-22 05:00:00

In this session, we will show you how you can use these Skills lessons in your classroom - the ‘Do’ section of the new curriculum.


Justin Paul

Justin Paul

Aotearoa Curriculum Specialist


View Bio

Justin Paul taught English from Years 7-13 in NZ and the UK for twenty years. He worked at Te Kura (The Correspondence School) as they made the transition to become an online school and then more recently as an Advisor at the Ministry of Education, working on the regional office's NCEA Change Programme team.

Justin works at the crossroads of strategy, content delivery and schools, ultimately providing direction on EP's NZ content to ensure that it aligns to the NZ Curriculum.

Yasmin Frazer

Yasmin Frazer

History & Art History Teacher, Across School Lead Whiria Te Tangata Kahui Ako, Writer EP Aotearoa Histories


View Bio

Yasmin Frazer is a Humanities teacher and Kahui Ako Across School Lead who specialises in History, Art History and Social Science. She has over 13 years experience in the education sector in a range of leadership roles across both Secondary, Primary as well as in the Private sector.

Yasmin has led substantial curriculum change in both established and new schools. Her current focus lies in the implementation of Aotearoa NZ Histories. She understands the excitement and anxiety the new curriculum brings to kaiako and has been involved in various initiatives connected to the curriculum since its draft stage. Her experience and passion for curriculum design, change management and culturally sustaining practices means she is eager to support kura in ensuring this curriculum thrives.


Our registration process uses cookies, by submitting this registration form you agree to our cookie policy.