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News of October 2022

Have your say - redesigning Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

20/10/2022

We are inviting all, kaiako, tumuaki, tumuwhakahaere, ākonga, whānau, hapū and iwi you to fill out a 5-minute survey to support the redesign of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Your contributions will be used to shape the direction and development of the redesign so that together, we can design a curriculum that reflects your aspirations for your mokopuna and all that kura, whānau and iwi value most.

Take the survey in te reo Māori.

Take the survey in English.

Read more about Redesigning Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

Cyber Skills Aotearoa

8/11/2022

At a special launch event hosted by Naenae College, Grok Academy and CORE Education introduced Cyber Skills Aotearoa, a programme to develop cyber security skills and dispositions in ākonga in Years 6-13. The programme provides free resources and support to teachers. Cyber Skills Aotearoa opens with CyberComp - an online competition designed to take around 45 minutes. CyberComp will be open between 27 October and 11 November 2022.

Cybersecurity posters and other offline activities are also available to help students learn about information security. In 2023 free online courses will be released that will delve into cybersecurity topics in more detail. The resources are available in both English and Māori Medium.

Teachers can register their students for CyberComp now and can also request sets of professionally printed cyber cards - a useful classroom resource to engage students in rich discussions about online privacy and security.

For more information visit Cyber Skills Aotearoa at Grok Academy

ANZH curriculum content cards

4/10/2022

This video shows a Kāhui Ako working with a facilitator to plan for teaching and learning ANZH in the social sciences. It offers guidance to help teachers and school leaders use the cards effectively to plan together.


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