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A guide published by the National Library to support teachers and students in reusing digital content, especially for entries for the upcoming Mix and Mash competition.
The guide gives you information, activities and ideas to confidently create a remix from material you know you have the rights to reuse. It shows students why copyright and licensing exist, how they work, and how they can apply licences to their own work through simple information, suggestions for activities, and links to more resources.
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The Focus on English series, a popular print resource, has been digitised for online use. It is designed to provide an English language scaffold for new learners of English in New Zealand schools and supports the curriculum in mathematics, science, and social studies for years 7 to 10.
High-frequency vocabulary, technical terms, and basic language features are taught in contexts that support learning in science, mathematics, and social studies at curriculum levels 3–4.
Topics and sub-topics are supported with target vocabulary and numerous activities for students.
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Tērā pea e rima mineti noa iho te roanga o tēnei rangahau, ā, ka kitea i: Survey Monkey.
Kei te wātea ināianei he rauemi tautoko kaiako i te reo Māori me te reo Ingarihi mō Tūhuratia te Ao Hangarau – he kete rauemi e tautoko ana i te marautanga hangarau i ngā kura tuarua. E whakaatu ana i te pānga i waenganui i ngā hapori mahi hangarau Māori me Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. E whakaatu hoki ana i ētahi tauira o ngā mahi mohoa, mahi wero hinengaro, mahi whakaongaonga hoki.
E rima ngā pukapuka ākonga o te rauemi nei, ā, he kōpae ataata tō ia pukapuka. Kei te tautoko te kōpae ataata i ngā tuhinga pārongo me te hoatu tauira ataata ki ngā ākonga o ngā mahi hangarau Māori tūturu i roto o ngā hapori tūturu. Tirohia ngā rauemi tautoko mō He Wahakura; Te Tā Moko; Te Mīere Mānuka; Te Tiaki Manu; me Ngā Mahi Pāpāho Māori.
Set 4 of the National Standard Reading and Writing Illustrations are now available on Literacy Online. There are eight new illustrations at levels 4-8.
Teacher support material is now available in te reo Māori and English for Tūhuratia te ao Hangarau, a resource for that supports the secondary hangarau curriculum. It shows the relationship between Māori hangarau communities of practice and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and presents examples of practice that are contemporary, challenging, and exciting.
The resource consists of 5 student books, each accompanied by a DVD. The DVD supports the information provided as text and gives students visual examples of authentic Māori hangarau practice, in real communities.
A new tax education and citizenship online resource has been developed for year 7-10 social studies. It has been designed as two units, using the social inquiry approach, for level 4 (year 7/8) and 5 (year 9/10) of the New Zealand Curriculum.
The resource starts discussions around citizens paying tax, why we do it, and why there is an obligation to do so. It includes animations, quizzes, and games, and has been developed by Inland Revenue with advice from the Ministries of Education and Youth Development.
The Rugby World Cup 2011 (RWC2011) Queens Wharf Project Group is calling for expressions of interest from Pasifika community and cultural groups and organisations who wish to perform and present their diverse cultures and arts on the Queens Wharf and Cloud area during the time of the RWC2011.
You may consider a variety of events and activities with your application. A limited amount of funding is available so applicants are asked to keep costs to a minimum.
There is also interest in hosting Pasifika events on days the Pacific RWC2011 teams play their matches. Details of these games are included in the application form.
Applicants are asked to complete the application form below and return to Veronica Barton by this Friday 8th July 2011.
Find out from this wiki about e-learning practice that can support the Registered Teacher Criteria published by the New Zealand Teachers Council.
The slides from the presentation demonstrate the twelve criteria and relate each one to ideas and examples of how schools and teachers are implementing e-learning and meeting the criteria. Feedback is welcome.
Click on the following links for information, ideas, and resources to help celebrate Māori Language Week, 4–10 July 2011. This year’s theme is 'Manaakitanga', how we make people feel welcome when they are in our company, and how we give regard to and care for others when hosting visitors.