Nō Tainui me Ngāti Hauiti ki Rata
Team Leader, Learning with Digital Technologies PLD (South) | CORE Education
Janelle has taught in a collaborative teaching model and helped to design teaching and learning programmes that took advantage of the Modern Learning Environment (MLE). She has considerable teaching and leadership experience in both English medium and bilingual education settings. Janelle has developed resources to support Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga programmes in school, and planned and delivered extensive professional development programmes for English medium teachers. Janelle has also been involved in organising, planning and facilitating Māori consultation hui for community groups, iwi, and whānau.
Keynote | Modern Māori Learning Environments
With many exciting changes taking place in our education system globally, what is important for us to know and understand about modern pedagogy? More importantly, what innovations can we implement into our kura and practice on our journey to becoming more future focussed.
Awheawhe | Mana me te Mahi Ngātahi (Agency & Collaboration)
How can we work together and utilise our strengths to achieve the best possible outcomes for our tamariki? How can we empower our students to make choices about what they learn, how they learn and when they learn? This workshop will explore ways we can create personalised learning pathways for all of our tamariki and also work more collaboratively as teachers to achieve better outcomes for all.
Nō Te Aitanga a Mahaki me Rongomaiwahine
Team Leader, Māori Medium Facilitator | CORE Education
Nichole has been a Team Leader the Māori Medium provisions at CORE for five years. She has worked in Māori medium education for almost 20 years and has been involved in Māori language learning papers, indigenous language revitalisation, bilingual and immersion education, language teaching methodologies and teacher education.
Awheawhe | Horapa – (Ubiquity)
How can models of learning, intuitive to our tūpuna, be drawn on to inform learning within modern educational contexts? Our tūpuna understood anytime, anywhere, purposeful learning (ubiquity). This workshop will look at how technology can transform when and how learning takes place, in ways that engage and excite our digital natives.
Ko Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa te iwi
Māori Medium Facilitator | CORE Education
Rosalie has worked in Kōhanga Reo, in mainstream rumaki units is now a Māori medium facilitator in the CORE Māori team. She comes with a fresh classroom perspective in supporting her kura with te reo Māori strategies. She has also just completed her Masters of Education degree which explored how we support our Māori students in mainstream kura.
Awheawhe | Tuihono (Connectedness)
How can kaiako connect with their ākonga and whānau to engage and support learning? Connectedness is the power of learning from each other with each other in online spaces. This workshop provides online tools, strategies and ideas to connect beyond the boundaries of the classroom.