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Problem Solving

30/1/2017

This section of the nzmaths website has problem-solving lessons for levels 1 to 6.

The context of most problems can be adapted to suit your students and your current class inquiry.

It includes practical information about how to implement problem solving in your maths programme, and each lesson has a copymaster of the problem in English and in Māori. 

Waitangi Day – how will you commemorate?

25/1/2017

The resources on this page from New Zealand Curriculum Online encourage you to consider how Waitangi Day can be celebrated with your students and the wider community, and how you can use the Treaty of Waitangi principle as a foundation of curriculum decision making at your school.

Waitangi Day provides an opportunity for students to examine the social sciences concepts of cultural identity, place and environment, and continuity and change.

It is also a useful context to explore values such as diversity, equity, and respect, and to develop key competencies such as thinking and participating and contributing.

Cricket Smart

17/1/2017

Cricket Smart is a free online resource from New Zealand Cricket for primary and intermediate students.

The resource uses cricket to support a range of learning areas within the New Zealand Curriculum. 

Resource materials, themes, and suggestions for teachers are available on the website.

Te Reo ā-Waha: He Aratohu mā te Pouako – Oral Literacy Teaching and Learning Materials

18/8/2016

He rauemi matihiko tēnei e taea ai e te kaiako te whakapakari i te reo ā-waha o te ākonga mā ngā ngohe reo ā-waha me ngā ngohe whakarongo. Mā ngā ākonga kei ngā taumata 1–4 o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me ngā whakaakoranga rūmaki reo Māori taumata 1–2 tēnei rauemi. E toru ngā kōwae ako mā ngā taumata e toru: Tau 1–3, Tau 4–6, me te Tau 7–8. E rima ngā ngohe mā ia taumata.

This is an online, digital teachers’ resource that aims to help students develop their oral language. It includes activities that focus on developing speaking and listening skills. This resource is intended for students at levels 1–4 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa who are engaged in level 1–2 Māori language immersion education settings. The resource includes unit plans for three levels: Years 1–3, Years 4–6 and Years 7–8. 

Curriculum research reports

16/8/2016

The research section of New Zealand Curriculum Online has been updated with the latest 2016 reports covering a number of curriculum areas. 

School Evaluation Indicators

15/8/2016

These indicators replace the trial version from May 2015.

The School Evaluation Indicators: Effective practice for improvement and learner success is for schools to use for internal evaluation to identify practices that are working and practices that need to change in order to achieve equity and excellence.

ERO uses the School Evaluation Indicators in its external evaluation of schools.

If you have a review coming up in the next term and prepared for it using the trial indicators, they are still valid. However, by term 4, ERO expect schools to be using the final indicators.

Pasifika resources

1/8/2016

Cook Island Māori language week is 31 July – 6 August. The theme for this year is Kia ariki au i toku tupuranga, ka ora uatu rai toku reo – To embrace my heritage, my language lives on.

For ideas, resources, and inspiration to help you learn and celebrate the languages of the Cook Islands with your school community go to the Resources page on Enabling e-Learning.

Hou mai: Discovering Maōri medium education

4/7/2016

If you are considering the benefits of a Māori education for your whānau, we invite you to enter this whare kōrero. It is a house of opinion and discussion that we hope inspires you.

These 26 short video messages are for parents who are perhaps unsure about what Māori education for their children might mean. It is for those who are interested but not yet convinced that such an education will address their own family needs. 

Paekupu

4/7/2016

Paekupu is a new website that will house all dictionaries that support the implementation of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The dictionaries will identify and provide detailed explanations of the technical language used within each learning area of the marau and provide examples of how the terminology can be used within a learning context.

Initially Paekupu will house two sections of the Ngā Toi dictionary currently under development however, it will be continually supplemented with further dictionaries so that Māori medium teachers and students will be able to start accessing specialist curriculum-based language from a single online portal. Toi Ataata (visual arts) and Toi Puoro (music) will go-live first, then Ngā Mahi ā te Rēhia (performing arts) will be added on its completion in June 2017. This will be followed by Te Reo Matatini (literacy) in December 2018. Pūtaiao (science) and Pāngarau (maths) will also be brought into Paekupu at a later date and other similar resources will be added as they are developed.

Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice

4/7/2016

Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice, is an interactive educational digital book narrated by Deaf Māori students in Te Reo Turi/New Zealand Sign Language. It tells the story of Rūaumoko, the Māori God of Earthquakes, and looks at the relationship of this deity to Deaf Māori people. Produced as an educational resource, this digital book was developed over an intensive five day workshop held in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, CORE Education Ltd and KIWA Digital. This narration is supported by text and audio in te reo Māori and English.


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