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Nadell Karatea-Kokiri

Brief description: National Māori Development, Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator working full-time for CORE Education, Te Toi Tupu.
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Website: www.core-ed.org
Twitter username: @KokaNods

About me

Tēnā koutou katoa,

E aku waka pītau whakareia, e aku waka wāwāhi ngaru, koutou i tere mai i te tahatū o te rangi tēnā koutou katoa.

Ko Nadell Karatea-Kokiri tōku ingoa.  He uri ahau i te taha o tōku māmā nō te uranga mai o te rā, nō Whāngarā-mai-tawhiti, ā, i te taha o tōku pāpā nō Matakore-Rangatahi, nō Ngāti Waewae.

Kia Ora, I currently work for CORE Education in the Te Toi Tupu consortium for the National Blended E-Learning Programme as a Māori Development Facilitator.  My role is to provide effective support for Māori learners, schools/kura and Blended e-Learning facilitators as part of the Blended eLearning programme.  I also collaborate with a range of PLD project teams and other stakeholders to deliver a framework of support for Māori learners in English an Māori medium as part of a national eLearning PLD programme.

My education background hails right back from 2000 when I started teachers training college in Palmerston North.  I am Kura Kaupapa Māori, Total Immersion in Education trained and have taught in Kura Kaupapa, and Bilingual Primary schools.  In addition to this I have also had two years of teaching in London Primary schools.  

On a personal level, I reside in a wonderful city of knowledge where educators are very passionate at ensuring our tamariki strive to be the best they can be.  I am the eldest of three children, and have a very supportive whānau who are my strength in all that I do.  I absolutely love my  kapa haka group, Te Tū Mataora and enjoy participating in various kaupapa Māori in our community.  I also enjoy attending various hui regarding the revitalisation of our Māori Language and continue to develop my Te Reo Māori whenever I can.

I look forward to crossing paths with you and hopefully connect with you in some way or another.  

E ngā puananī i puhawhea mei nei e kōkōuri, e kōkōtea kia tau mai ai ki tēnei puna mātauranga, tēnā koutou katoa.

 

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  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Nadell (me here :-)), thank you for joining the Central South | Leading Effective e-Learning group. It is envisioned that these groups will become a central hub for a community of like-minded educators - focused on growing e-learning leadership, to impact change for our priority learners.
    You might like to take a few moments to introduce yourself, tell us where you're from, share a photo or perhaps your mihi in this thread [/discussion/view/827587].

    You might also be interested in conversations about 'what makes an e-learning leader' [/discussion/view/835077] and outcomes from our Great Afternoon [/discussion/view/843630]

    We'd love to hear your e-learning wonderings and celebrations too ☺

    These are great ways to establish and connect a community online, so we'd love to hear from you. Ngā mihi nui, Tess :-)

  • Moana Timoko

    Kia ora e hoa
    Nau mai ki te rōpū Te Reo Rangatira.
    Ko au tētahi o ngā kaiwhakahaere mō te rōpū. Tirohia ngā pouaka kōrero (Discussions via the discussion post boxes). Kia kaha te kōrero!

  • Moana Timoko

    Kia ora e hoa - Nau mai ki te rōpū Te Marautanga o Aotearoa PLD 2013 - Happy postingxx

  • Dhinisti Patea - Matiaha

    Ngā mihi Whaea Nodz!!!

    Ko Dhinisti tēnei, tētehi tamāhine o Cheri Mathews, nō Kaiwhaiki...kei te moumahara nē? hehe

    Kei te pēhea koe, kautau ko te whānau? He roanga wā he roanga wā!
    He tino pai mātau. He tino pai ōku mātua rātau ko ōku tuākana a Misty rāua ko Khrysti, ā pai hoki a Boboy. Ku neke a Boboy ki Ahitireiria i tērā marama mō te mahi kuti hipi. Tē tino mokemoke a mum ki tāna pēpi. Tokotoru ngā mokopuna inaianei. Kei a Khrysti tētehi ko Tiare(2), he kotiro "Koko-Ngati" ia a tokorua āku tamariki ko Amaia(7) raua ko Whitirang(1).

    Hēti nō, he rawe kia kite i a koe ki runga i te wharangi ipurangi nei. Kei konei au i te nuinga o te wā, mahi ai.

    Whakahokia mai koa me to nama waea pukoro, ka taea a mum ki te tuku karere atu.
    Aroha aroha aroha tino nui

    Dhini

  • Moana Timoko

    Kia ora e hoa - Long time no see or hear. How is your mahi going?

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