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Futureintech has a new online careers resource, Ask an Ambassador. Students can find out what’s really involved in a technology, engineering or science career by asking people who work in those fields.
Futureintech Ambassadors will answer queries about recommended school subjects, study, training, daily work, lifestyle, and future prospects, based on their own experiences.
Answers are published online.
This blog post invites you to reflect on your school's current website and consider the messages that it is sending to students, families, whānau, and communities. Includes links to a range of school websites, and reflective questions.
A new section on NZC Online draws together research, ideas, examples, and resources to support the NZC future focus principle.
“The curriculum encourages students to look to the future by exploring such significant future-focused issues as sustainability, citizenship, enterprise, and globalisation.”
The New Zealand Curriculum
Canterbury Earthquakes 2010-2012
This recently published ERO report gives an insight into what Canterbury schools and early childhood services experienced during and after the earthquakes. It tells their stories and gives good advice about emergency planning for others in the education sector.
Here are 100 words in te reo Māori with sound files, grouped according to functions and associations.
The theme for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 1-7 July 2013 is ‘Ngā Ingoa Māori, Māori Names’
This includes place names and personal names and gives us an opportunity to learn about the meanings of our local place names and local history.
These resources are designed to support ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) programmes for students in Years 1-6 and 7-13. They are not intended to be whole programmes in themselves, but provide guidelines for teachers of ESOL programmes.
This new area of the Science Learning Hub is a collection of resources to help support young people in developing an ability to recognise how innovation happens, to understand the value it can bring and, in doing so, to develop skills, attitudes, and values that better prepare them for contributing to our fast-changing world.
It’s all about seeing opportunities, solving problems, being creative, thinking outside the square, not giving up, being resourceful.
See the site for stories of innovation, videos, organisation profiles, articles, student activities, and more.
A tool to help develop the cultural competence of teachers of Māori students was piloted during 2011–2012. Education Gazette looks at case studies of the schools that participated in Tātaiako.
As well as developing cultural competence, Tātaiako: Cultural Competencies for Teachers of Māori Learners aims to help educators develop better relationships with whānau, hapū, and iwi in their school community, as well as with Māori students.
Additional information about Tātaiako is available here.