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2018 Census Primary and Intermediate schools' resources

19/2/2018

Stats NZ has produced these 2018 Census Support Resources to support the online census being held in in February/March. They include resources for primary and intermediate schools in English and te reo Māori.

The activities provide students with opportunities to learn more about the census by seeing the relevance of the data generated in their own lives, and by being able to talk about data and the census at school and at home.

Hītori Māori - Ngā kōrero o nehe: Māori history in the school curriculum

19/2/2018

These materials have been developed to assist teachers to implement Te Takanga o te Wā Māori History in Aotearoa New Zealand: Teaching Guidelines for Years 1-8. 

Digistore

15/2/2018

We will be closing Digistore on 1 March 2018 as user numbers have been naturally decreasing over time due to the increasing availability of alternative content.

Much of the content previously available through Digistore will continue to be available through the Australian based Scootle website, no login is required to access this content.

Find out more...

Te Whāriki Online newsletter

13/2/2018

Te Whāriki Online offers information, resources, and support for all educators working with Te Whāriki.

Subscribe to the Te Whāriki Online newsletter and receive updates about new content, resources, webinars, and videos.

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You can also read the newsletter in the Te Whāriki Online newsletter archive.

Newsletters are published twice a term.

Digital Technology Professional Supports - What's right for you?

13/2/2018

Applications for Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko PLD are open and a National Allocation Panel will make decisions in the first week of March. 

For more information about the professional support, the Ministry has developed a guide to help you identify the kinds of support that will best meet the ‘readiness level’ of your school or kura.

View the professional support guide and information for Digital Technologies here and for Hangarau Matihiko here and also access the online application forms for PLD.

For assistance, email digi.tech@education.govt.nz 

Commonwealth Games – Gold Coast 2018

13/2/2018

The 21st Commonwealth Games are in April, 2018. 

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has Physical Education and Social Studies teaching and learning resources available free from the NZOC website

Learn about the sports at the Gold Coast, past NZ heroes, and the history of the Games. 

Chinese New Year

2/2/2018

This year Chinese New Year is celebrated from Friday 16 February.

A resource page from New Zealand Curriculum Online provides ideas and resources to help you plan programmes of learning around this event. 

Waitangi Day – how will you commemorate?

2/2/2018

A page of ideas and links to help you commemorate Waitangi Day with your students and the wider community.

Includes links to a Waitangi Day Pinterest board, online audio and video resources, School Journal articles, historical information, teaching resources, and more. 

Schools can also consider how the Treaty of Waitangi principle can be used as a foundation for curriculum decision making.

Write Our World - Multicultural e-books by kids for kids

2/2/2018

Write Our World is a new social enterprise that promotes multicultural literacy and global citizenship through ebook authoring with youth worldwide.

Students can read from and publish to an interactive library of ebooks created by students from all over the world.

Watch the video to find out more:

Write-Our-World-2016 (MP4 33MB)

You can sign up for the free trial at http://writeourworld.org/

Digital technologies curriculum support

21/12/2017

Information, professional learning opportunities, resources, case studies, exemplars, and innovative ideas to support the revised digital technologies curriculum.


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