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Using the Māori Medium e-Learning Planning Framework

Started by Moana Timoko 25 Mar 2013 11:47am () Replies (3)

Information about the MMeLPF has been loaded in the contents bar to the left or via this link: MMeLPF.  Feel free to add comments or questions to this discussion post.  How might you use the MMeLPF?


  • Moana Timoko (View all users posts) 09 Apr 2013 11:46am ()

    Kia ora anō

    Te Taiao Ako - Beyond the Classroom

    Browse to the left in the Contents bar or click on this link: A:Te Taiao Ako

    This whenu/dimension of the Māori Medium e-Learning Framework focuses on Engagement with whānau, the community and wider networks. 

    The following links are great discussions that may be of interest:

    (Quick Tip: If using a MAC Computer you can hold 'COMMAND' and click on one of the links below - this will open a new tab above so that you can keep this page open for viewing and click between tabs - Let me know if it works for any other computer - If you don't know what I'm talking about - Ka aroha - Email me and I will ring  and talk you through this Quick Tip moana.timoko@core-ed.org)

    Connect with our communities with - and about - ICTs

    How can we foster home school partnerships?

    This is an awesome story from NZC online about Engaging Pasifika Families:

    NZC Online - Engaging Pasifika Families - Owairaka School builds a fale

    Have a browse - feel free to join the groups and let me know if any ideas struck an 'Aaaa haaa" moment with you by entering a comment below.  

  • Tamara Bell  (View all users posts) 10 Apr 2013 9:03am ()

    Kia ora Moana, 

    Thanks for uploading all of the rich resources and links that support and underpin the MMeLPF and kicking .  Being actively involved in the design and creation of the eLPF, it is SO exciting to see how the MM version has morphed into something truly unique and tailored to our Māori tamariki, whānau, kura and iwi.  A huge congratulations goes out to the whole team involved in this amazing piece of work, koia kei a koutou e hoa mā!

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