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  • Twitter/TĪhau

    Ngā mihi o te ata Yesterday I shared two examples of connecting using Skype. In seeing her name mentioned Allanah King (@Allanahk) tweeted the blog post to all her followers and specifically to Myles Webb (@NZWaikato) who was in the other Skype story. Myles then retweeted a link to other re...

    Tags: māori, cenz14, twitter

  • Virtual Learning Network

    Moata rau Today we continue the theme of staying connected through your Professional Learning Network. The VLN provides you with access to exciting groups and to educators around the country. Matakitakitia (Watch this) 5 Easy steps for engaging in the VLN  Some groups to join...

    Tags: māori, vln

  • Tuhituhinga - Writing

    Ata mārie Today I am posting about a couple of requests on engaging learners and improving achievement in writing. I have shared the following resources with teachers and schools I work alongside with. All have been positively received. Making the writing programme fun. A crowd sourced Google s...

    Tags: māori, writing, digital technologies, blog

  • Ngā Kēmu Patapatai - Quizzes

    Mōrena e hoa mā Digital technologies are superb to support the learning and teaching of te reo Māori. Today we look at two quiz options that I have used and seen used very effectively across different year levels. Quizlet  Make your own flashcards, tests, and study games. I like in the ex...

    Tags: māori, quizzes, cenz14, digital technologies

  • Engaging whānau

    Kia ora rā This week's focus is on engaging whānau and I have been asked to post resources and stories relating to this. Often my first place to go to is the Enabling e-Learning site as it is full of valuable material. Here are some links relating to whānau engagement. Engaging with the...

    Tags: māori, whānau engagement, whānau, digital technologies

  • Whānau and Iwi Engagement - Ka Hikitia in Action

    Ngā mihi o te ata One of the main reasons this rōpū was set up was to share and celebrate our stories. I come across the publication Ka Hikitia in Action yesterday and it is a very interesting read. It is full of stories from schools, kura, whānau and iwi illustrating Māori educational success. ...

    Tags: māori, whānau engagement, whānau, Ka Hikitia

  • Engaging whānau though Technologies

    Kia ora e te whānau Today's post shares how different tools can be used to engage whānau and the wider community, and the benefits this provides. This story showcases how technology has enabled parents to be involved in different ways with students' learning. More stories of engaging whānau ...

    Tags: māori, whānau engagement, digital technologies

  • Presentations and Webinars

    Connected Educator Month Webinar  

    Tags: webinars, presentations, digital technologies, māori

  • Digital Tools to enhance te reo Māori learning and teaching - Educreations

    Mōrena  Interactive whiteboard apps such as Educreations and Show Me are a superb way to share and reinforce learning. I have seen them used very effectively by teachers in a flipped classroom style, so the learning is ubiquitous. They can be used by students in a tuakana-teina setting an...

    Tags: māori, digital technologies

  • Inclusive Education - Supporting Māori Students Guides

    Kia ora e te whānau Supporting Māori students Building a partnership based on understanding and respect between teachers, parents, whānau, hapū, and iwi will support all Māori students to achieve success as Māori. This guide focuses on inclusive teaching and learning strategies that ca...

    Tags: māori, inclusive