Welcome to the Spectrum Education Website. Here you will find information about who we are, the workshops we facilitate, the Teachers Matter Conferences, Teachers Matter Magazine, the online courses and products we have.
Simply click on the tabs on the left hand side and start browsing.
Teachers Matter Magazine
We are celebrating 5 years of the Teachers Matter Magazine - that is 20 issues - and it keeps getting better and better!
The Teachers Matter quarterly magazine has been created as a ‘booster shot’ for Teacher Matter conference participants, and all educators of pre-school, primary and secondary students.
It is full of practical ideas for the classroom, the latest thinking on educational issues, plus handy tips for optimum personal performance. It aims to inspire teachers to strive not only for professional expertise, but personal excellence also.
Subscribe today... click here
Online Back issues may be purchased from our webstore...
Workshops with Karen Boyes
Karen frequently works directly in schools with your teachers, student or parents, facilitating workshops, model teaching techniques or coaching teachers and students.
She also holds public workshops in NZ and Australia.
Click here to see Karen's latest schedule.
Collective Wisdom from the 2013 Teachers Matter Conference
At the three 2013 Teachers Matter January conferences held in Sydney, Invercargill and the Bay of Islands, we asked teachers to share their wisdom. The topic was Creating An Effective Learning Environment and speakers spoke from the stage about their perspectives. Teachers were then invited to share their thoughts.
This book is a collection of those ideas, summarised and distilled down to the key concepts.
Download your FREE copy here
The iStudyAlarm is now available from the Apple itunes Store
Studying for a class, mid term or final exam just got easier with iStudyAlarm. Staying focused while studying can often be a challenge and the iStudyAlarm is designed to help exam students of all ages. Research shows that studying in 20 minute intervals and taking a 5 minute brain break is highly beneficial for learning and memory. Studying is suppose to get you ahead in life, not make you a nervous wreck. Plus studying for too long causes your brain to get tired and forget key information.
To see more information on our iStudyAlarm please click here.
NOW AVAILABLE on Android at GooglePlay and iTunes