Mā TĀTOU, MŌ TĀTOU, E AI KI Ā TĀTOU
Acknowledgement: Healthy Families South Auckland
WHAI ORANGA: Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae me te whakapakari tinana
Ko ngā kaiako o Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae kei te aro atu ki te whakapakari tinana hei oranga mō te tinana, te hinengaro me te wairua.
Ko Mariam Bahar, he uri nō Sri Lanka e arahi ana i te kaupapa nei. Hei tāna, i puta mai te hiahia i roto i ngā kaimahi kia whai oranga rātou nā runga i ngā taumahatanga o te rāhui. I rangahautia ngā kaiako i tēnei take, me te hiahia hoki o te kura ki te tautoko, ā ka timata tēnei kaupapa mīharo. Ka hui tahi tēnei tira kaiako i a wiki, i a wiki ki roto i tō rātou whare hākinakina, katahi ka heke mai te werawera.
Ka mau te wehi!
Record of Learning: Feedback Survey
The Ministry of Education has initiated a project which aims to develop what they have termed a Record of Learning (ROL), a digital file that will travel with ākonga from early learning through to their post-schooling careers.
EDU Systems Ltd has been engaged by the Ministry to consult with ākonga, whānau, kura and iwi to gain insight into what the Māori-medium sector deem important to include in the ROL.
The intention of the ROL is that it will provide useful information about the progress of ākonga not only with regard to their curriculum knowledge and understanding, but about a wide variety of things that the Māori-medium sector decide are important. These may include for example: ngā mātāpono, ngā uara me ngā waiaro, ākonga wellbeing, ākonga interests and capabilities, and ākonga readiness, willingness, and ability to participate in their kura and communities.
Ākonga, whānau and kura will all be able to contribute to the ROL. The ROL will ensure that ākonga, whānau and kura have the information they need to understand and support individual progress, and ākonga will be able to use their ROL to generate evidence of achievement for specific purposes - such as applying for courses or for employment.
At this stage, it is expected that ROL will be ready for optional use by schools and kura from 2021.
Note: This is separate to the Digital New Zealand Record of Achievement (NZRoA) that is generated by NZQA.
For more information about the ROL or this survey, please contact Ana Ana Montgomery-Neutze at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connected Learning Series
PROJECT BASED & INTEGRATED LEARNING
We are excited to announce our long awaited the Connected Learning Two-Part Series with Maurie Abraham - Principal and Di Cavallo - Deputy Principal of Hobsonville Point Secondary Schoolin Auckland. You may remember their well attended workshops at the 2019 NKAI National Conference.
This FREE PLD opportunity has been developed for kaiako of uri Year 9-13 with the focus on project based and integrated learning.
Part 1 of the series will focus on the nuts and bolts of Connected Learning where you will learn skills and strategies to immediately implement into your planning and teaching practice.
Friday 18 September 2020, Sir Don Rowlands Event Centre, Cambridge
Part 2 is first-hand observations of connected learning in action at Hobsonville Point Secondary School in Auckland.
Friday 13 November 2020, 70 Hobsonville Point Road, Auckland
Please use the link below to register and secure your place for this PLD event. To get the maximum benefit from this learning experience we recommend that you commit to both days, especially those in the Kairuruku PBL group.
You will be asked to reconfirm your attendance to part 2 of this series as the event draws near.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For registration information contact Anaterira Huata - email@example.com
For event information contact Skye Stirling - firstname.lastname@example.org
NCEA Jumbo Day
The NCEA Jumbo Day is an opportunity for kaiako to collaborate in subject areas.
If you are interested in taking part in the NCEA Jumbo day, please contact Skye Stirling email@example.com.
Friday 30 October 2020, Hamilton (TBC)
E ngā uri whakatipu o te whare mātauranga, ngā kaihoe o tō tātou nei waka. Ko te reo karanga tēnei o Ngāti Rongomai, o Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao, o Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa e mihi ana ki a koutou.
E noho whakaiti ana ahau i runga i te karanga o ngā Ringa Wera, me ngā Pou o te whare whakahaere o ngā kura-ā-iwi. Nōku te hōnore nui mō te tūranga kua riro nei i a ahau.
He koha tāku ki ngā uri whakatipu, ki ngā rangatira o naianei, o āpōpō hoki rā. Ko tā te kaupapa, ka pūmautia, ko tā te ara, ka hāpaitia, ko tā te mahi, ka mate ururoa.
Kua roa nei ahau e tautoko ana i te kaupapa me ngā whāinga matua o Te Wharekura o Ngāti Rongomai, ā, kei reira hoki āku tamariki e kuraina ana. Koia tērā taku iti, taku nui, hei arahina, whakatipu hoki i ngā uri, me tōku whānau, hapū, iwi.
Me mate ururoa ahau i roto i ngā mahi kei mua i te aroaro, ā, me whakapau kaha hoki ahau ki te para i te huarahi mō ngā uri whai mana motuhake.
“Hāpaitia te ara tika, pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mō ngā uri whakatipu”
Nāku iti, nā Anaterira Huata
*Anaterira Huata is the newest member of the NKAI Ringa Wera team. Anaterira is the Kaitaunaki - Administration Support person for NKAI events and activities. Kei te waimarie mātou ngā kaimahi i a ia me ōna tini pūkenga.
NKAI continues the search for a Pou Arataki and a Pou Angitu to join the Ringa Wera team so applications have opened up again and will remain open for the next few weeks. *Use the links below for more information and to apply for either of these positions
The Pou Arataki will establish and lead Te Whare Arataki which is the leadership arm of Ngā Kura ā Iwi. You will lead our organisation to support, guide, mentor and advocate for our various Kura a Iwi leaders. You will positively impact on Maori communities, schools and students by supporting the leadership development of iwi/community leaders, boards of trustees, principals, beginning principals and our future school leaders.
The Pou Angitu will establish and lead Te Whare Angitu which is the student learning and development arm of Ngā Kura ā Iwi. Te Whare Angitu will deliver cultural, academic, wellbeing programmes directly to our students to compliment what our students are learning in their schools. Te Whare Angitu will facilitate learning through technology-based distance learning strategies and wananga delivered by experts. We want you to build and lead our Te Whare Angitu team.
Ringa Raupā Executive Hui (Online) - 13 August
Ringa Raupā Executive Hui (Online) - 8 Sept
Reo Wānanga 3 with Pānia Papa & Leon Blake (Cambridge) 10-11 September
Connected Learning Series: Part 1 (Cambridge) 18 Sept
Ringa Raupā Executive Hui (Online) - 13 Oct
NCEA Jumbo Day (Hamilton TBC) - 30 Oct
Connected Learning Series: Part 2 (Auckland) 6 Nov
Oranga Tumuaki, Oranga Kura Wānanga (Distinction Rotorua) - 26 Nov
NKAI AGM (Distinction Rotorua) - 27 Nov
NKAI offers funding support to groups of NKAI kura who wish to come together for events that encourages and promotes kotahitanga, whanaungatanga. Applications are always open and your tono will be reviewed by Watson and a member of the Ringa Raupā Executive.
To apply, please complete the online application form. See the link below.
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