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We’ve recently revised our te reo Māori lesson plans from curriculum levels 1 to 8. They’ve been written in alignment with the Te Reo Māori Curriculum Guidelines -Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Akoi Te Reo Māori - Kura Auraki. The Achievement Objectives listed in the lesson plans are derived from the guidelines. At each level, the lesson plans provide links to accompanying resource sheets and activities.
The English Language Learning Progressions are now online, along with a resource which provides professional development material for teachers to access in their own time, and in their own way. The progressions and the resource have been developed for ESOL specialists and mainstream teachers who need to know about English language learners. This will assist them in teaching students with English as a second language, or learners for whom English is a first language but who would benefit from additional language support. Modules include:
Science Online has now been updated to reflect the look and feel of the new TKI. It continues to provide links to key science collections and presents them in the new clear and easily accessibleTKI format . This website will continue to develop, incorporating existing science collections and new science resources.
This is an impressive source of fresh resources, video case studies and information to support teachers of Pasifika students. The website provides teachers with help in engaging not only with their students but the wider family and community, to ensure the growth of that student in their personal learning journey to success and achievement.
The Ministry of Education has developed a suite of self-review tools to help schools gauge their capabilities and needs concerning the implementation of National Standards. The tools provide a framework for schools to work out where they are at the moment, what they need to do to lift student achievement and how to get there. From this analysis, schools can develop a professional learning plan.
A new series of short videos looks at how Russley School in Christchurch is using the tools to focus on student achievement.
The questions provided by the tools have helped the school’s principal, syndicate leaders and teachers to have rich and focused conversations about the changes they need to make to their professional practice so that all the students at the school show progress and achievement in relation to the National Standards for reading, writing and maths.
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:
Tū Rangatira - Māori Medium Educational Leadership has recently been released by the Ministry of Education. This document, in both English and Māori, presents a model of leadership that reflects some of the key leadership roles and practices that contribute to high-quality educational outcomes for Māori learners.
It focuses on lifting the achievement of Māori medium learners through effective teaching and learning practices that reflect the social, cultural, educational and economic aspirations that whānau have for their children. This is a key goal for leadership in kura kaupapa, wharekura ā-iwi, kura motuhake and Māori immersion and bilingual units.
You can access hard copies of this document from Down the Back of the Chair (0800 660 662) or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask for Tū Rangatira ISBN: 978-1-86969-433-3.
You can also download it from this website at these links:
Welcome to the new TKI. You’ll notice we’ve made changes, some of which may be a little puzzling. The following points should assist:
You might not be able to find some features you’ve been accustomed to. Please give us a call on 0800858525 if you need assistance.
To log in to individual communities, use the same site-specific login as before. Additionally, you can now log in at the top right of each page of TKI, which enables you to save searches and bookmarks, and to permanently save your personalised front page. To log in you will need an ESAA password. If you do not already have one, click on the Register button for instructions.
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For further assistance please go to our help section. The help section is accessible from the bottom of each TKI page.
The Minister of Education has announced a major new approach to lifting achievement for all students. The media statement, along with questions and answers, is available on the Beehive website.