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Haepapa – Effective Governance in Māori Medium

9/9/2016

This online flip-book has been created to support the role of a school trustee working in Māori medium Level 1 and 2, immersion, bilingual units, and Kura ā-iwi.

The document will also assist trustees working in kura kaupapa Māori and other schools with a high proportion of Māori students.

A printable version (pdf) is available for download.

Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice

4/7/2016

Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice, is an interactive educational digital book narrated by Deaf Māori students in Te Reo Turi/New Zealand Sign Language. It tells the story of Rūaumoko, the Māori God of Earthquakes, and looks at the relationship of this deity to Deaf Māori people. Produced as an educational resource, this digital book was developed over an intensive five day workshop held in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, CORE Education Ltd and KIWA Digital. This narration is supported by text and audio in te reo Māori and English.

Hou mai: Discovering Maōri medium education

4/7/2016

If you are considering the benefits of a Māori education for your whānau, we invite you to enter this whare kōrero. It is a house of opinion and discussion that we hope inspires you.

These 26 short video messages are for parents who are perhaps unsure about what Māori education for their children might mean. It is for those who are interested but not yet convinced that such an education will address their own family needs. 

Paekupu

4/7/2016

Paekupu is a new website that will house all dictionaries that support the implementation of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The dictionaries will identify and provide detailed explanations of the technical language used within each learning area of the marau and provide examples of how the terminology can be used within a learning context.

Initially Paekupu will house two sections of the Ngā Toi dictionary currently under development however, it will be continually supplemented with further dictionaries so that Māori medium teachers and students will be able to start accessing specialist curriculum-based language from a single online portal. Toi Ataata (visual arts) and Toi Puoro (music) will go-live first, then Ngā Mahi ā te Rēhia (performing arts) will be added on its completion in June 2017. This will be followed by Te Reo Matatini (literacy) in December 2018. Pūtaiao (science) and Pāngarau (maths) will also be brought into Paekupu at a later date and other similar resources will be added as they are developed.

Takatū Ake! Putanga 2

20/5/2016

Ko Te Haumanutanga te kaupapa matua i tēnei putanga tuarua. Kia pai mai hoki!

  • He Iwi Atawhai - Ko Wai-ō-Rongomai, wh.6: whakarongo ki te ororongo mō te puna oranga o Ngāti Raukawa ki te tonga.
  • Te Manu Huna a Tāne, wh.10: wetekina te tohu muna.
  • Taketake ā-Ao - Te Iwi Hami, wh.22: ākonga ngā tikanga whakahaumanu o iwi kē.

He Anga Ako mā te Pouako

20/5/2016

Ko te whāinga o tēnei rauemi, o He Anga Ako mā te Pouako, ko te whakatakoto i tētahi huarahi e pai ai tā te pouako whakamahere ako mō te hunga Tau 4-6 kei ngā arareo mātauranga Māori puta noa. Kei te taumata 2-3 o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa te aronga mō tēnei rauemi.

Takatū Ake!

20/5/2016

E te tī, e te tā, tirohia tēnei moheni pāhekoheko hou! Ūana te wehi!

  • He Kura Taiao, wh.7 – Mātakina te kiriata poto mō ngā tamariki o Te Puāwaitanga Birkdale Primary School
  • Kanohi Hōmiromiro, wh.14 & 15 – Pāwhiria ngā tohu e tika ana. Tāngia te whakaahua hei mahi karakara māu.
  • He Tika, He Teka Rānei, wh.25 – Māu e tohu ki te pouaka mēnā he tika, he teka rānei ngā rerenga kōrero.
  • He Panga Kupu, wh. 28 – Whakakīia ngā pouaka ki ngā kupu e ahu mai ana i tēnei puta o Takatū Ake!

Māori-medium magazines

29/4/2016

Everyday use of te reo Māori is being celebrated with a range of Māori-medium magazines available to primary and secondary students, teachers, and whānau.
This article from the Education Gazette profiles several magazines including Takatū Ake, a new publication that is available online at Te Kete Ipurangi.

These colourful magazines include fun activities and games, and cover topics and events that are of high interest to students.

Some provide the opportunity for students to contribute as writers.
Find out more....

He Huatau Auaha 2016: He whakataetae tuhi kōrero poto

29/4/2016

E whakaterea anō te waka o He Huatau Auaha i tēnei tau. He whakataetae tuhi kōrero poto ki te reo Māori tēnei e whakahaerehia ana e Te Ipukarea o Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki-makau-rau ia rua tau. 

Te hōtaka whakaputanga reo Māori, Huitanguru 2016

25/2/2016

Tirohia tēnei hōtaka e whakaatu ana i ngā rauemi a te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga e whakaputaina ana i te tau 2016. 


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