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Blog archives: 2017

This blog contains many ideas and resources for talking about the curriculum in your school. Click on the find more link to see the full blog posts.

Rosalie Reiri

What Matariki means to me

15/06/17

Rosalie Reiri is a facilitator who works in mainstream and Māori medium schools. In this blog Rosalie talks about the personal significance of Matariki and provides some key messages for teachers.

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tikanga Māori
Student.

Gifted Awareness Week

06/06/17

As a lead up to Gifted Awareness Week Ingrid Frengley-Vaipuna explains the importance of identifying giftedness and offers some suggestions as to how we can support gifted and talented students in our schools. 

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Default blog image.

Samoan identity, language, and culture

09/05/17

Fa’atili Iosua Esera is the principal of Sutton Park School in Mangere, and the president of Faalapotopotoga mo le aoaoina o le gagana Sāmoa i Aotearoa (the organisation for teachers of Samoan in Aotearoa). 

In this blog Fa’atili explains some important aspects of Samoan identity and offers some suggestions on how we can support Samoan language and culture in our schools and classrooms. 

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Coaching pairs at Flanshaw Road School.

Fina's journey in peer coaching

21/03/17

Fina Hallman, teacher from Flanshaw Road School, explains how peer coaching has enriched her teaching inquiry.  

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māori achievement
teaching as inquiry
Nautilus.

Curriculum delivery

21/02/17

This blog post describes some key considerations for the implementation of your school curriculum. It includes a series of questions and school stories to enable you to reflect on and refine your curriculum delivery. 

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Teacher with students

Putting student relationships first

02/02/17

This blog examines the importance of the student/teacher relationship and offers ideas on how you can grow stronger ties with your students.

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effective pedagogy