Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Tessa Gray
    Learning for success / Te ako kia angitu: A facilitated panel : Your thoughts?
    11 October
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Learning for success / Te ako kia angitu: A facilitated panel with Derek Wenmoth, Kate Shevland, Bron Stuckey, Jana Benson and Eric Mazur. Arena Lounge.

    Sofa session with Derek

    Derek asks straight off what does success mean to you? Have your say...

    Kia ora Tessa

    - By Erana Manumoe Haerewa
      • Erana Manumoe Haerewa
        By Erana Manumoe Haerewa
        Oct 12

        Kia ora Tessa

        • Tessa Gray
          By Tessa Gray
          Oct 12

          Kia ora Erana Haerewa loving your comment about a focus on identity, happiness and wellbeing.

          I loved how the panelists had discussed a need to broaden our view of what 'success looks like' beyond a purely academic worldview. ie: Who's great at karate? Who loves to sing? Who's a shining star in Kapahaka? Who's got a clever sense of humour? smiley

          • Erana Manumoe Haerewa
            By Erana Manumoe Haerewa
            Oct 12

            Success in education are children happy and engaged in learning authentically meaningful to their language and identity and equipped with tools and skills of the future. Every child should have success in education-something to celebrate-they should be encouraged to find their element-their passion in education and discovery.

            Teachers should have a mindset that every learning  moment is a teachable moment so their learners can achieve and face success!! Teachers should raise the bar in how they teach!!  The skys the limit!

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