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  • Mātauranga Māori webinar

    Date:14/03/2012

    Join TKI's latest webinar this Friday, 16th March 11.30–12.30pm, to find out about TKI's Mātauranga Māori community and how the rich collection of resources within can help you.

  • Mātaiako

    Date:18/01/2012

    Mātaiako is the programme under way in the Ministry to support the development of assessment tools, knowledge, and practice for kura and Māori-medium settings.

  • Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori ā-Ipurangi

    Date:18/01/2012

    Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori was created by leaders in numeracy and literacy. "Ngā Whanaketanga" describes the skills and knowledge for numeracy and literacy that students should be able to grasp within all learning areas of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa at one stage or another during their time at kura in years 1–8.

  • Te Marautanga o Aotearoa ā-Ipurangi

    Date:06/12/2011

    This is the online version of the curriculum statement with information, resources, and research to support the world of Māori education throughout Aotearoa.

  • Mā te Pouako: Tūhuratia te Ao Hangarau

    Date:03/10/2011

    Online teacher support material is now available in te reo Māori and English for Tūhuratia te Ao Hangarau, a resource for that supports the secondary hangarau curriculum.

  • Mā te Pouako: Te Tautoko 68

    Date:03/10/2011

    This is the online version of the teachers' notes that support the book Te Tautoko 68. Te Tautoko is a collection of historical and contemporary material intended for students in years 7–8. All of the activities are relevant to Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The main focus of this publication is the 28th Māori Battalion.

  • TeachNZ Career Changer Scholarships

    Date:03/10/2011

    If you speak te reo Māori and want to change your career to teaching, aTeach NZ Career Changer scholarship may be just what you've been waiting for. These scholarships are for people who have a depth of life and work experience, understand the vital importance of education and enjoy working with young people. Find more information here.

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