Tātaiako Competencies - Blackboard Jungle
CODE: VT83M Use the key competency poster to help develop ideas for teaching and learning. Having the poster available to...
Room 10 Nelson Central School 2015
Welcome back to our first blog post for Term 2. This term we will be sharing focusing on Maori whakatauki or proverb each month and a new Maori word each week. The kupu o te wiki was kura meaning school. This is how it can be used in a sentence: He nui taku kura. My school is big. The whakatauki for April is: Sam and I are both very impressed with how the children have turned into real experts when it comes to folding and recycling their milk cartons, a great start to our Zero Waste topic In…
Kia Ora! I am on a MISSION to have te reo Māori spoken in every classroom in Aotearoa. This pae tukutuku (website) is to tautoko those many kaiako who are both teaching and learning te
May the calm be widespread (Whakatauki)
New Zealand - Maori Proverbs planeta.com/maori-proverbs Kia hora te marino, Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana, kia tere te Kārohirohi i mua i tōu huarahi. May the calm be widespread, May the ocean glisten as greenstone, May the shimmer of light ever dance across your pathway. Source www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/teahikaa/20101219
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A very wise Maori saying which reminds us to recognise cultural background and history (tangata whenuatanga). Vital for establishing & building relationships.
Despite being small, you are of great value / ahakoa he iti he pounamu (Whakatauki)
New Zealand - Maori Proverbs ahakoa he iti he pounamu despite being small you are of great value