Pareāwaha is a series of online conversations and PLD opportunities for members to share knowledge and innovative practice.
Pareāwaha comes from the song Kauaka Toihau hei pare a waha. Pareāwaha literally means word of mouth and more particularly in this case, the message which should have been delivered in person came via an emissary. Pare as in tipare – an adornment, a poetic adornment, a gift delivered by word of mouth, not in person.
Pareāwaha is a revival of the name used for the NZEI Te Riu Roa Miro Māori newsletter from 1994 – 1998. This newsletter shared successful kaupapa Māori programmes and Māori educational achievement. Local stories were written in both Te Reo Māori and English.
Join Liam Rutherford in a special webinar with Professors Peter O’Connor and Carol Mutch as they discuss Te Rito Toi – a resource created to help teachers work with children when they first return to school following major traumatic or life changing events.
Professor Welby Ings – how to keep relationships at the forefront of learning and teaching from home
Join President Liam Rutherford in a special webinar with Professor Welby Ings as he unpacks how to keep relationships at the forefront of learning and teaching from home.