Korean Language in Schools

Primary and intermediate schools across New Zealand receive support from NA CAPE and the Korean Education Centre (KEC) through access to resources and teachers, enabling them to include the Korean language in their curriculum or expand their existing programme of study.

We directly support over 25% of Korean language classes in New Zealand to double the number of hours of Korean language taught throughout the year. This builds off the MoU signed between the KEC and North Asia CAPE to support Korean language in New Zealand.

Read more about the MoU here.

Chinese-Language Teaching Resources for NZ Classrooms

North Asia CAPE in partnership with the Confucius Institute in Auckland and the New Zealand Chinese Language Teachers Association (NZCTLA) are working to develop Chinese-language teaching resources to complement the NCEA curriculum and support Chinese teachers to deliver relevant and engaging content to their classrooms.

Led by the Confucius Institute, the resources will be for primary and secondary levels (from Year 1 to Year 13), and created by experienced, New Zealand qualified Chinese-language teachers.

Programme of Professional Development for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Language Teachers

North Asia CAPE is continuing to support the Programme for Asian Language Collaboration in Teaching (PACT) facilitated by Future Learning Solutions (FLS), to provide professional development and support language teachers of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

This programme is delivered twice annually in three clusters across New Zealand. Clusters are led, challenged and guided by experienced teachers with the view to establish sound processes for sustainable collaboration and upskilling. Throughout Covid-19 we continued to deliver this online.

To register your interest in the programme please contact us here, or contact Future Learning Solutions to learn more about this programme.

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