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The Māori Medium e-Learning Planning Framework/Te Rangitukutuku

Started by Kathe Tawhiwhirangi 28 Jul 2014 12:00pm () Replies (9)

Kia ora everyone -as the Māori Medium e-Learning Planning Framework (MMeLPF)/Te Rangitukutuku gains traction in our Maori medium settings, how have you self reviewed your schools e-Capability? Have you used Te Rangitukutuku? or something else? Whatever you have done...has it been useful to date? Please share your stories so that we can all benefit from your journeys :-)


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  • Jason Ruakere (View all users posts) 04 Aug 2014 1:57pm ()

    Tēnā rā koe e Kathe nāu nei te wānanga i timata ai.

    Tuatahi, Ko Taranaki, ko Hikurangi ngā maunga. Ko Puniho Pā te kāinga. Ko Jason Ruakere ahau e mihi ana ki a koutou katoa!

    I am a digital technologies facilicitator with Te Toi Tupu and am working in the Central South region. I am working alongside TKKM o Te Pihipihinga Kakano Mai i Rangiatea and TKKM o Ngāti Ruanui in Taranaki.

    Both kura utilised Te Rangitukutuku self-review tool to inform their planning for the integration of digital technologies. The tool was useful in helping the pouako think about their e-Learning capability from from two perspectives, that of their kura and a personal one. This is a great way to wānanga the why, the what and the how when considering how technologies can be introduced appropriately and effectively. 

    To provide an example, Te Pihipihinga have identified three areas of Te Rangitukutuktu to focus on: Ngā Whanake Ngaiotanga (Professional learning), Te Uru Ipurangi me Haumaru ā-tāurungi (Digital citizenship and cyber safety) and Aromatawai (Assessment). 

    The pouako at Te Pihipihinga are developing their e-Learning capability through trialing google docs and calendar, while introducing various ipad apps that I have recommended to trial with their students. 

    If there is one key message I can higlight with this kura it is: 'iti nei, iti nei', one step at a time and keep it simple!

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