Matariki 3 HR

This year, we hosted free online PLD around Matariki and kaupapa Māori. We recorded these webinars to share with all members of NZEI Te Riu Roa. Find out more below and check out some awesome kaikōrero.

We will be contacting everyone soon to ask what your key takeaways are and how you implemented your learning in your planning or teaching during this Matariki period.

Wāhanga Tahi - Members of NZEI Te Riu Roa, Michelle Haua and Kaareen Hotereni discussed the maramataka and how they can plan, teach and incorporate it into our everyday lives.

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Wāhanga Rua - Dr. Rongo Ngata discussed te taha wairua and how we can centre our wellbeing through te ao Māori. He was joined by NZEI Te Riu Roa members Zane McCarthy and Lisa Johnston.

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Wāhanga Toru - Qiane Matata-Sipu shares a presentation about Matariki and provides examples for how we can acknowledge and celebrate Matariki with tamariki of all ages. She is joined by NZEI Te Riu Roa members Lovi Collier, Tira Toki and Virginia Heta who also share their experiences and insights.

Wāhanga Whā - Paraone Gloyne, Rangimokai Knuckey and Yasmine Serhan discuss Matariki throughout Aotearoa, including the significance of Puanga in Taranaki. They also discuss the importance of te ao Māori and how we can be authentic in our teaching.

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Wāhanga Rima - In a conversation with NZEI Te Riu Roa members Jo Young and Phoebe Christensen, Stacey Morrison discussed the future of education in Aotearoa and what it would look like if we based all our planning, teaching and mahi in te ao Māori.