Te Whāriki meets the New Zealand Curriculum


Melissa Corlett shares her insights on the interactions between Te Whāriki and the New Zealand Curriculum.

Corlett is a Teacher at Victory School in Nelson. She is a skillful and enthusiastic classroom teacher, with experience in overseas and New Zealand schools. Her skill and passion for learners has been recognised by the Kāhui Ako ki Whakatū team, as she has been appointed as a Within School teacher for this Community of Learning.

This talk was a part of Growing from Strong Foundations in Auckland on 5, June, 2018

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