Embracing te reo

Embracing te reo

The Right To Be Me (Dr. Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere Elder, healer and le...

The Right To Be Me (Dr. Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere Elder, healer and le...

Te Reo Māori: Retaining the essence

Te Reo Māori: Retaining the essence

A culturally responsive pedagogy of relations Russell Bishop talks about creating culturally safe classrooms

A culturally responsive pedagogy of relations Russell Bishop talks about creating culturally safe classrooms

Observation is an important scientific skill. In this activity, students develop their observation skills by examining harakeke. It can also be used as a supporting activity within other learning topics.

Observation is an important scientific skill. In this activity, students develop their observation skills by examining harakeke. It can also be used as a supporting activity within other learning topics.

Te reo Māori resource-Treaty of Waitangi. Explores the principles and how to use them in your teaching practice.

Te reo Māori resource-Treaty of Waitangi. Explores the principles and how to use them in your teaching practice.

In this activity, students discuss the importance of observation in science. They are given the opportunity to observe harakeke and record their observations. It is important to seek knowledge and understanding from your local iwi about the correct protocols and tikanga around harvesting and using harakeke.

In this activity, students discuss the importance of observation in science. They are given the opportunity to observe harakeke and record their observations. It is important to seek knowledge and understanding from your local iwi about the correct protocols and tikanga around harvesting and using harakeke.

Pōwhiri - Welcome Ceremony | New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

Pōwhiri - Welcome Ceremony | New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

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