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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.

Consumer protection resources: Years 7–8

24/8/2020

The suite of Consumer Protection school resources aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values to be informed and confident consumers.

In the collection of modules for years 7–8 students explore their role, rights, and responsibilities as a consumer. 

Find out about modules for other levels on the Consumer Protection's School Resources page.

Māori TV’s Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora back to support learning for tamariki and rangatahi

16/8/2020

Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga and Māori Television are again collaborating to deliver ‘Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora’ while Auckland is in Alert Level 3 and the rest of Aotearoa is in Alert Level 2.

The programmes will link to online supports available through Ki te Ao Mārama, national free-to-air broadcasts of classrooms, and on-demand videos for whānau to support learning outcomes from home. Programming is for tamariki and rangatahi, 0 – 18 years old, who are te reo Māori learners within puna reo, kōhanga reo, kura kaupapa Māori, kura ā-iwi, wharekura, bilingual and immersion settings.

Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora will be presented by teachers and te reo Māori exponents Te Korou Whangataua, Juneea Silbery, and Ani-Piki Tuari, and supported by a team of Māori subject-matter experts and well-known personalities.

Programming will run from Monday to Friday 9am – 3pm and will include popular educational programs such as Te Nūtube, Tākaro Tribe and Kia Mau. Newly created programmes that support learning in te reo Māori will also be included.

Head to Mauri Reo Mauri Ora for more information and schedules, and all content will be available for catch up viewing on Māori Television.

Replacement of Te Kete Ipurangi

11/8/2020

Teachers and leaders from early learning to senior secondary have told us that they want easy to find, quality online curriculum resources to better support them to do their work.

The Ministry of Education has released a Request for Proposal to build a new online curriculum hub via the Government Electronic Tender Service on Monday 10 August 2020. The tender closes on Friday 11 September 2020. We expect that work will get started early in 2021 and take several years to complete.

The technology build will provide the place where teachers and leaders with students and their whānau can find quality assured curriculum teaching resources that they can edit and personalise to meet their specific needs. The design of the new technology will help everyone make sense of the curriculum, what’s important to learn, and how to teach it.

It will complement Kauwhata Reo, the platform which supports learning in and through te reo Māori, which was launched in 2019.

The current step follows the initial platform Request for Information released in March 2020. We expect the first release of the technology build will be ready to begin content loading from mid to late 2021.

In the meantime, we’ll be working with potential users to make sure that our online curriculum resources are relevant and useful. We will provide updates here as the work develops.

Technology tools for learning guide

3/8/2020

This new guide replaces the Digital technologies guide and the Assistive technologies guide. It contains practical classroom strategies for using technologies to provide inclusive and personalised learning pathways for students.

Dyslexia and learning guide

3/8/2020

The Dyslexia and learning guide has been updated with new strategies to support teachers and school leaders to understand dyslexia, take a school wide approach to support learners, plan literacy learning, and provide classroom support so learners can access the curriculum.

Action Plan for Pacific Education 2020-2030

21/7/2020

The Action Plan for Pacific Education 2020-2030 maps the Government’s commitment to transforming outcomes for Pacific learners and families and signals how early learning services, schools, and tertiary providers can achieve change for Pacific learners and their families.

The vision for this Action Plan is ‘diverse Pacific learners and families are safe, valued and equipped to achieve their education aspirations’.

The plan was developed following a series of fono across New Zealand with Pacific learners, families, and communities.

It sets out five key shifts that have been prioritised by Pacific communities, and a series of associated actions as the first step to achieving this vision. 

The Action Plan has resources and guidance for early learning services, schools, tertiary providers, and families and communities, including planning templates.

Go to the links on this page of the Kōrero Mātauranga website to read the action plan in English and 10 Pacific languages.

Ka Hikitia – Ka Hāpaitia | The Māori Education Strategy has been refreshed

21/7/2020

Ka Hikitia - Ka Hāpaitia, the Māori Education Strategy, has been refreshed as part of the Education Work Programme.

Ka Hikitia is a cross-agency strategy for the education sector that sets out how the Ministry of Education will work with education services to achieve system shifts in education and support Māori learners and their whānau, hapū and iwi to achieve excellent and equitable outcomes.

It provides an organising framework for the actions the Ministry will take.

The framework has five outcome domains that reflect key messages the Ministry has heard from whānau, hapū, Iwi, and Māori over an extended period of time, and the Ministry's evidence base about what works for Māori learners and their whānau. 

The refreshed strategy can be read in English and te reo Māori, and can be downloaded as a visual A3 [PDF, 793 KB]

Ka Hikitia and Tau Mai Te Reo are companion strategies and should be read in conjunction with each other.

Ka Hikitia is a strategy for all Māori learners, while Tau Mai Te Reo is a strategy for all learners.

Tau Mai Te Reo | The Māori Language in Education Strategy has been refreshed

21/7/2020

Tau Mai Te Reo, the Māori Language in Education Strategy for all learners, has been refreshed as part of the Education Work Programme.

Tau Mai Te Reo is a cross-agency strategy for the education sector that sets out the goals the Ministry of Education is seeking to achieve, and provides a framework for coordinating programmes and services that support Māori language in education. 

It builds on the previous Tau Mai Te Reo, published in 2013. 

The strategy aims to provide breadth and depth of Māori language in education. 

All learners will be able to develop some level of Māori language skills to support our national identity, while learners in Māori Medium education will be able to develop very high levels of Māori language proficiency and use as they undertake their teaching and learning through te reo Māori. 

The refreshed strategy can be read in English, and te reo Māori, and can be downloaded as a visual A3 [PDF, 677 KB] 

Tau Mai Te Reo and Ka Hikitia are companion strategies and should be read in conjunction with each other.

Tau Mai Te Reo is a strategy for all learners, while Ka Hikitia is a strategy for all Māori learners.

Technology in the School Journal and Connected

20/7/2020

This section of Technology Online has links to School Journal and Connected articles that feature technology content.

Each item includes a summary and discussion starters that link to the technology indicators of progression, and where relevant, the progress outcomes.

There are also examples of stories and articles that relate to each strand of the technology learning area.


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