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Tokelau Language Week / Te Vaiaho o te Gagana Tokelau

27/10/2020

In 2020, Tokelau Language Week is being held from Sunday 25 October – Saturday 31 October. 

This year the Tokelau Language theme is ‘Apoapo tau foe, i nā tāfea i te galutau. Ke mau mai, ke mau mai’ which in English translates to 'Never give up hope, even amidst chaos and much uncertainty. Stay united, stay strong'. 

Gagana Tokelau Week provides the opportunity to celebrate and nurture the language and culture of Tokelau in your classroom and school community. New Zealand Curriculum Online has ideas for classroom programmes or school-wide activities.

Science Learning Hub resources: Our atmosphere and climate

26/10/2020

This section of the Science Learning Hub introduces a collection of resources - articles, interactives, activities, and videos - that accompany the Ministry for the Environment & Stats NZ 's report 'Our atmosphere & climate 2020' 

These resources have a focus on science and communicating the issues New Zealand faces due to the uncertainty of a changing climate.

An interactive planner groups Hub resources into key science and teaching concepts and suggests ways in which climate change can be broken down into smaller, more manageable themes or investigations.

General Election 2020

12/10/2020

New Zealand's General Election provides a useful context to build students' understanding of Parliament and the voting process.

This page from New Zealand Curriculum Online has ideas and resources to support students' learning, including Electoral Commission resources aligned with The New Zealand Curriculum, and titles from the School Journal series.

Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories curriculum content and a refreshed Social Sciences Online

9/10/2020

The Ministry of Education is partnering with a wide range of people to design Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories curriculum content. See education.govt.nz for more information.

As part of the support for the curriculum, Social Sciences Online has a refreshed design and an Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories resources guide, where you can discover some of the inspiring resources already available. Keep an eye on Social Sciences Online for more information and resources.

Pasifika Early Literacy Project (PELP)

1/10/2020

These Pasifika dual language resources, based on the second language acquisition principle that utilising a child’s heritage language/s helps to strengthen English language and literacy, comprise print and online resources to support the early language and literacy learning of Pacific children.

Support materials are available in Gagana Sāmoa, Te Gagana Tokelau, Lea Faka-Tonga, te reo Māori Kūki 'Airani, and Vagahau Niue as well as English.

New Zealand Sign Language Week 21–27 September 2020

22/9/2020

New Zealand Sign Language Week is being held between 21 and 27 September 2020.

This coincides with the International Week of the Deaf and the United Nations International Day of Sign Languages held on 23 September. 

NZSL Week is organised by Deaf Aotearoa to raise awareness of the language and culture of New Zealand’s Deaf community. 

This resource page from New Zealand Curriculum Online provides a range of resources and ideas to help you celebrate this language at your school. 

Learning Support study awards for teachers and kaiako in 2021

21/9/2020

The Learning Support study awards support teachers and kaiako to train in specialist areas.

Applications for the study awards opened on 1 August and close on 30 September, with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing study award opening on 19 October and closing on 1 November 2020.
 
Recipients are eligible for a funding package to develop their skills working with learners with additional learning needs.

The funding package can include paid tuition fees, study leave, and contributions towards travel and accommodation.
 
The skills acquired by awards recipients present them with opportunities to be specialist resource teachers and/or advisors.  
 
Further information
You can find out more and apply at the Learning Support study awards and scholarships web page.

Raranga Matihiko - free online conference 28 September 2020

Raranga Matihiko - free online conference 28 September 2020

21/9/2020

free online conference [PDF] to support teachers' and school leaders' understanding of the revised digital technology area will be held on Monday 28 September from 10am-3pm.

You can register for the conference and the full programme online.
 
The conference is being run by the Raranga Matihiko team from Te Papa Tongarewa, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, MTG Hawke's Bay, and Waikato Museum.

There will be a range of hands on learning activities where facilitators will show how to use digital tools and how the tools can support a range of learning programmes. 

StudyIt discussion forums are now open

21/9/2020

StudyIt discussion forums for NCEA English, maths, and science are now open to support Year 11-13 students preparing for end of year external exams.

StudyIt online learning platform provides moderated forums to discuss achievement standards, and general study and exam advice for NCEA English, maths, and science with other students and teachers.

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

13/9/2020

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori takes place this year between 14 and 20 September. 

'Kia Kaha te reo Māori' is the theme for this year’s Māori Language Week – ‘Let’s make the Māori language strong'.

This resource page from New Zealand Curriculum Online offers ideas, links, and stories to support the learning of te reo Māori in schools and at home.


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