Engaging all students in Mathematics


Dr Bobbie Hunter and Dr Jodie Hunter share their strengths-based culturally responsive pedagogy for deep learning in mathematics through collaborative problem-solving.

Hunter and Hunter are redefining teacher education, hoping to help raise the academic achievement for children of all cultures in New Zealand. They believe the New Zealand curriculum can build on the richness that children bring to school, especially for Maori and Pasifika pupils.

This talk was a part of Taking the Lead - Celebrating the Curricula in Wellington on 9, March, 2018

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