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WEBINAR: Pakirehua, Teacher Inquiry with a Māori world view​ 19 August, 3.45-4.45pm

Kia ora tatou, you are warmly invited to join us in the following live event - to explore more about Pakirehua and it's impact on Māori learners. Feel free to register and tell your friends!

Smile WEBINAR: Pakirehua, Teacher Inquiry with a Māori world view​ 19 August, 3.45-4.45pm


When we talk about Teaching as Inquiry, we immediately think about Spirals of Inquiry and the work of Timperley, Kaser and Halbert. From a Māori perspective Inquiry/Pakirehua has always been and is what we’ve always done, it's part of our DNA. Ancestors, tipuna show the way for us; their stories, experiences and knowledge are a natural part of understanding how we (as Māori) inquire, are curious and solve problems. Using this approach, kaiako and tumuaki (in kura) have been engaging in cycles of inquiry to improve student achievement and the results have been hugely successful.

Come and join Tammy Gardiner and Marama Reweti-Martin (Te Toi Tupu facilitators for Assessment, Management and Tumuaki projects) as they share the story and success of Pakirehua.

Audience: All kaiako, tumuaki, teachers and leaders interested in raising achievement for Māori students using teaching as Inquiry with a Māori world view. This webinar will be supported with thread in the Enabling e-Learning | Leadership groupHosted in Adobe Connect with Tessa Gray. REGISTER NOW!

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