Tag: learning sets

The Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development with Storypark

Parents now have easy access to the most up to date scientific knowledge on early childhood development through Storypark’s partnership with the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. “The goal of the Encyclopedia is to have as many parents, family members...

/ February 27, 2018

How to use the Marte Meo Supportive Communication Learning set

Dutch born, Maria Aarts, studied parent-child interactions for 40 years across various countries and cultures. She recognised the difficulties in explaining scientific observations of a child’s problems to parents and other educators and in turn developed ‘Marte Meo‘. Marte Meo means ‘One’s own strength’...

/ October 9, 2017

This early learning centre now achieves better outcomes than ever before

Tania Gaffey shared her experiences with using Storypark and how Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano (an urban-based, kaupapa Māori, Bronze Enviroschool in Thorndon, Wellington) have used the platform to achieve better outcomes than ever before for their tamariki, kaiako...

/ April 4, 2017

It’s hard to keep track, they’re learning and growing so quickly…

This kind of statement is something you’re probably familiar with – often recited by proud parents or family about their child. It’s kind of the same for us at Storypark. As the year wraps up we’re reflecting on everything we’ve...

/ December 15, 2014

Introducing learning sets, learning tags and other updates!

We are excited to have released our new ‘Learning sets and learning tags’ features! Storypark has been working with teachers and experts in New Zealand and Australia to help enrich learning stories by deepening links to curriculum, learning outcomes and...

/ February 12, 2014