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The Rio 2016 Olympic Games take place from 5 to 21 August, and the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are from 7 to 18 September.
The Olympic Games provide a useful context for meeting the intent of The New Zealand Curriculum.
New Zealand Curriculum Online has a collection of teaching ideas and resources to help you share the Olympic spirit with your school and community.
The teacher aide guide on the Inclusive Education website provides guidance for school leaders on how to strengthen the work of teacher aides.
The guide brings together all the latest research, literature, and practice information on the support teacher aides need to be effective in their roles.
The guide links to a new series of videos talking about and demonstrating effective teacher practice.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori takes place this year between Monday 4 July and Sunday 10 July. The kaupapa for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2016 is Ākina Te Reo – Give te reo Māori a go! which is about using te reo Māori to support people, to inspire, and to cheer on.
In support of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori the Ministry of Education has sent a one off distribution of resources into schools. These resources have been developed by Te Taura Whiri, the Māori Language Commission and are available for digital download on their site http://www.tetaurawhiri.govt.nz/what-we-do/events-and-promotions/maori-language-week/te-wiki-o-te-reo-maori-resources/
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori provides an opportunity to celebrate and learn te reo Māori, helping to secure its future as a living, dynamic, and rich language.
Te Taura Whiri has developed 50 phrases in te reo Māori that are simple to use. The phrases will be related to sports events, starting with the Olympics and continuing with other sports and events during the year. The phrases will encourage communities to rally behind our athletes.
NZ Curriculum Online offers ideas, links, and stories to help schools engage with their families and whānau to support the learning of te reo Māori in both the school and home environment.
Education Services has a new website that explains how professional learning and development (PLD) is being changed from 2017.
The site explains what PLD is focussed on, who delivers it, and how schools, kura and Communities of Learning can access it.
The new website will have the most up-to-date information about the changes.
In this webinar, CLA advisors Renee Raroa, Viv Hall, and panelists discuss ways to build digital connections with your community.
When: 15:45 - 16:45, 29 Jun 2016
Venue: Adobe Connect
Organiser: Connected Learning Advisory — Te Ara Whītiki