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  • Instructional Series Readers

      The latest Instructional Series books include some great new NZ Māori content and I thought they might like to include them in their kete for their mahi in schools.  Matariki Breakfast Helping at the Marae    

  • Anaru White

    He mihi kau ki a koutou katoa. Ko Taranaki te maunga, ko Waitara te awa, ko Tokomaru te waka, ko Te Atiawa te iwi, ko Pukerangiora te hapū, ko Kairau te marae. Ko Anaru White tōku ingoa. Nō Taranaki au engari kei Ōtautahi au e noho ana. Kia ora tātou I have worked for CORE Education s...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • VLN Primary Online Programmes 2018

    Registrations are invited from schools wishing to participate in the VLN Primary School in 2018. There are a wide range of online language programmes, in addition - extension maths, astronomy, visual arts, computer programming, health and Over the Back Fence Project.  Our online clas...

  • Annette Pohatu

    Kia ora koutou katoa, Ko Rimutaka te maunga, Ko Wainuiomata te awa, Ko Pakeha te iwi, Ko Jeanette toku mama, Ko Jim toku papa, Ko Ray taku tungane, Ko Annette Pohatu toku ingoa, No reira, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou, katoa. Kia ora, I am in my third year of teaching at Kimihia...

    Tags: reading difficulties, gifted and talented underachievers, te reo maori, martial arts

  • Jo Coxhead

    Tena koutou katoa.  Ko Tāwhirirangi te maunga. Ko Mohaka te awa.  Ko Takitimu te waka. Ko Ngāti Kahungunu te Iwi. Ko Ngāti Pahauwera te Hapū. KoTe Waipapa-a-iwi te Marae. Ko Te Kahu-o-te-Rangi te Wharenui. Ko Rongomaiwahine te Wharekai. Ko Jo taku ingoa. He kaiako ahau. Ko Paihia taku kura. Nō...

    Tags: te reo maori, reading, cooking

  • Natasha Mikaere

    Loving being a first time mum and working! I had big plans of studying Te Reo through Massey whilst on Maternity leave...I should have listened to all of those who said You won't have the time!

    Tags: te reo maori, textiles and art, walking, spending time with whanau and my pepi!. Skills: te reo maori, lead teacher

  • Catherine Hannagan

    Tags: learning languages, e-learning, e-portfolios, french, german, japanese, chinese, spanish, te reo maori, nzsl, communication, collaboration, student-centred learning, differentiation

  • Jo Flavell

      Kiaora e te Whanau, nei te mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa! Ko Ohautieke-O-Te-Ra me Maunga Haumi ngã Maunga Ko Towai me Waipaoa ngã AwaKo Mataatua, Ngatokimatawhaorua me Takitimu ngã WakaKo Ngapuhi me Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki ngã Iwi.Ko Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa, Kaitangata me Ngati Wãhia ngã HapuKo K...

    Tags: teaching, te reo maori, using ict as a powerful learning tool, e-learning