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.
Learn how to work with the media and understand what they’re looking for, respond effectively, be proactive and create a media plan.
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.