Te Wāhanga Atawhai Mercy Conference Centre - Wellington
Wellington (Click for more info)
This seminar will explore placed-based education in our backyard. Te Tūranga o Ōku Waewae will support teachers and kaiako to be aware of the importance of teaching cultural narratives unique to Aotearoa. We will discuss landmarks, significant historical events, and place names situated within Te Whanganui-ā-Tara which are associated with Kupe and his people.
This session will be of interest to teachers and leaders who would like to find out more about place-based education through cultural narratives.
This workshop is a hands-on opportunity to delve deeper into place-based education through cultural narratives and explore what can be found in your own backyard. Participants will break out into a learning hub that will rotate around each presenter. This will enable participants to:
He uri tēnei nō Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Rangitāne, Ngāti Porou hoki.
Rosalie has taught in Māori-medium within Waikato and South Auckland where her knowledge of diversity and multiculturalism was fostered. She has completed a dissertation, "How to build a community of successful Māori learners in a decile one school", in order to identify key components to ensure success for Māori supports success for all. Rosalie is part of the Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko team to support kura and digital readiness for 20/20.
Follow Rosalie on Twitter @RReiri, and read her blog posts:
Ngāti Toa Rangatira; Te Ātiawa ki Kāpiti; Ngāti Porou.
Patariki is a content editor, quality assurer, content manager, writer and content loader of Māori-medium resources on Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI). He has also provided consultation for the development of resources on TKI and continues to provide online support for the education sector.
Read Patariki’s blog, Intergenerational change through loss of taonga.
Ngāti Raukawa Te Au ki te Tonga, Ngāti Wehi Wehi.
Te Mako is a content loader/editor for the Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko Digital Readiness programme. He is also an online advisor, administrator, and content manager for the Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI) Channel Support team.