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The Level 2 draft NCEA standards have been updated and draft assessment resources are being added to the Level 2 Alignment of Standards pages.
This Matariki interactive is one resource from a rich collection of material available from a number of sources to help you find out about and celebrate Matariki.
Find out more from Celebrating Matariki' - School Journal Part 2, Number 2, 2005.
Te Papa's Matariki teacher resource has links to online resource material and lesson plans.
More teaching and learning resources can be found on Christchurch City Libraries website.
See Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori The Māori Language Commssion's Kōrero Māori for language related links, and go to New Zealand On Screen for a celebration of te ao Māori on screen with a selection of Māori TV, film, and music video.
An online version of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori is now available. Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori have been developed by leaders for literacy and numeracy. The standards describe the skills and knowledge necessary for year 1–8 students in kura.
Check out the new Te Marautanga o Aotearoa website for information, resources, and research to support Māori education throughout the country. The purpose of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa is to guide kura in assessment and planning for students . Also on this website are Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori for literacy and numeracy.
The Educational Leaders site has refreshed its look and is adding some new features and functions.
Wherever you are in your leadership career, you should find information and ideas that help you to solve day-to-day problems and support your professional learning.
Look out for more new features coming soon!
Kua whakaputaina te putanga tuihono o Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori. I waihangaia Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori mō te reo matatini me te pāngarau. Ko tā ngā whanaketanga, he whakaahua i ngā pūkenga me ngā mātauranga me mātua mau i ngā ākonga tau 1–8 i te kura.
Tirohia te paetukutuku hou Te Marautanga o Aotearoa kia kite ai i ngā kohinga kōrero, rauemi, rangahau hoki, hei tautoko i te ao mātauranga Māori huri noa i te motu. Ko te tikanga o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa he ārahi i ngā kura i a rātou e arotake ana, e waihanga ana i ngā mahi ako mā ngā ākonga. Kei tēnei paetukutuku hoki Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori mō te reo matatini me te pāngarau.
Samoan Language Week will take place from Wednesday 1 June to Tuesday 7 June, starting with Samoan Independence Day. Key events are planned for the weekend of 4-5 June (Queen’s Birthday weekend).
The 2011 theme is Samoa Ola – Samoa Active, focusing on language, sport and healthy living, and linking to the visit of Manu Samoa to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup.
The Human Rights Commission has details in both Samoan and English. Scroll down this page for the English text.
TeachNZ is committed to supporting the professional development of teachers and principals. If you are interested in completing a qualification, taking time off each week to study while teaching, moving to another curriculum or subject area, or taking time off to research a topic of interest, take a look at the professional development opportunities available from TeachNZ.
Applications for a number of awards close 1 July 2011, some close 16 September 2011. Study awards for early childhood, primary, secondary, and area school teachers and principals include Māori medium bilingual education, reading recovery, mathematics, science, technology, special education, guidance counselling, TESSOL, sabbatical leave, and more.
Some roads look like a long wide thoroughfare for motorists to zip between A and B. Other streets are clearly part of a neighbourhood space, where visual cues tell drivers to slow down and take care.
Researcher Hamish Mackie recently took a group of public health students on a tour through an Auckland neighbourhood where primary students contributed to a major makeover of several streets.
The works were part of a study, which found that three months after construction, average speeds on the local streets dropped below the target of 30 km/h.
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