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  • Tamara Bell 

      Nei te mihi matakuikui e mihi kau ana ki a koutou katoa! Ko Karioi te maunga, ko Waikato te awa, ko Tainui te waka me te iwi hoki. Ko Ngāti Tāhinga te hapū, ko Poihakena te marae, nō Whaingaroa au ēngari kei Rolleston au e noho ana ināianei. Ko Josh tōku tāne, ko Harper Anahera rāto...

    Skills: te reo māori, facilitation, culturally responsive practice, modern learning practice

  • Technology at Yr 7 & 8

    Tags: technology, culturally responsive practice

  • Indigenous cultures and e-Learning

    How might Māori or Pasifika learners see their cultural identities through the use of e-learning? Jump in and add your own thoughts to this thread. There's also a shared Google doc created, and you're invited to add some learner goals that may reflect e-learning and culturally responsive p...

    Tags: e-learning, culturally responsive practice, Māori, Pasifika

  • VPLD/FFI Hui 2014

    VPLD/FFI Hui 2014

    What and where is the hui? The hui will be in Auckland at the Holiday Inn, airport on May 29 and 30. This is a 2 day hui for all VPLD and Future Focus Inquiry participants who are working with mentors within the Ministry of Education's Learning with Digital Technologies programmes (under the aus...

    Tags: ICT, professional learning, digital technologies, culturally responsive practice, MLE, MLP, teaching as inquiry, networking, collaboration, future focus inquiry, digital citizenship, pecha kucha

  • Ed Talks

    Kia ora e tai mā Ed Talks includes interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners.   A range of new videos of interest have been uploaded from Janelle Riki-Waaka   Seeing your school through the eyes of Mā...

    Tags: māori, te reo māori, ako-e, e-learning, culturally responsive practice

  • Challenge of Biculturalism Lies With Pakeha

    Kia ora Thought-provoking piece from principal Maurie Abraham on bicultural education.  

    Tags: māori, culturally responsive practice, bicultural, tow

  • Māori achieving success as Māori Spotlight

    NZC Online's second spotlight to engage in professional learning about Māori achieving success as Māori. Explore what MASAM means to you and work together with your staff to devise ways to be more culturally responsive.

    Tags: māori, te reo māori, ako-e, e-learning, culturally responsive practice

  • Bilingual signs installed in schools

    Installing signs in both English and Māori promotes learning opportunities and encourages people to use te reo Māori. As a board of trustees, you can use the Ministry’s bilingual list of words for rooms, buildings and services to help choose your signs.

    Tags: māori, te reo māori, ako-e, e-learning, culturally responsive practice