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Kua tukuna a Tū Rangatira - Māori Medium Educational Leadership e Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga i mua take ake nei. Ka whakaatu tēnei pukapuka, kua tuhia ki te reo Ingarihi me te reo Māori, i tētahi tauira o te kaihautūtanga e whakaata ana i ētahi o ngā mahi me ngā ritenga matua a te kaihautū e whai wāhi ana ki ngā putanga ako tino pai mō ngā ākonga Māori.
Ko tōna aro, ko te whakapiki i ngā paetae a ngā ākonga e ako ana mā reo Māori mā ngā ritenga whakaako, ako hoki e tōtika ana e whakaata ana i ngā tūmanako pāpori, ahurea, mātauranga, ohaoha hoki o ngā whānau mō ā rātou whānau. He whāinga matua tēnei mō te kaihautūtanga i ngā kura kaupapa Māori, i ngā wharekura ā-iwi, i ngā kura motuhake me ngā akomanga rumaki, reorua hoki.
Ka taea e koe ngā tārua ā-pepa o tēnei pukapuka i Down the Back of the Chair (0800 660 662) mā te tuku īmēra rānei ki: email@example.com. Tonoa Tū Rangatira ISBN: 978-1-86969-433-3.
Ka taea hoki te tiki ake i te paetukutuku i ēnei:
Just up on the Te Reo Māori site is a series of video clips from workshops held in 2009 to familiarise teachers, principals and whānau with the guidelines for teaching Māori language in English-medium schools.
The video clips are in five key sections:
You are encouraged to view each section, in order to discuss how your school can implement the Māori language guidelines, what school-wide planning will look like and the resourcing implications.
Ninety seven percent of schools will be provided with access to fibre over the next six years as part of the government’s ultra-fast broadband and rural broadband initiatives. The Ministry of Education is holding free seminars in August and September 2010 to update schools on what’s happening and when – and how this affects them. Register your interest on a fax back form available here www.minedu.govt.nz/ufbinschools.