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    • Laura Green

      Laura Green

      Learner, Explorer, Historian,  and G-Suite Geek, Google Trainer, Reader, Traveller, Music Lover amongst many other things

      Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Learning, History, Project Based Learning, Mentoring, Student-Empowerment

      • Anahera McGregor

        Anahera McGregor

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Te Reo Māori, Kaupapa Māori, History, Writing and Reading

        • Paula Eskett

          Women, the Vote and Activism.

          "An exciting new themed page on the Ministry’s NZHistory created for the Suffrage 125 commemoration. Here you will find content that explores women’s suffrage, the history of the women’s movement and contemporary women’s rights activism in New Zealand. A key featur...

          Tags: History, Suffrage, Suffragettes, Suffrage-campaign, Women-vote

          • Anahera McGregor

            Implementing Māori history curriculum in your school

            Tēnā koutou katoa,  It has been an amazing week where I have had the real pleasure to work with a school who is implementing "Te Takanga o te Wā - guidelines for teaching Māori history. I saw Māori history timelines in classrooms, a strong focus on identity through a Māori cultural l...

            Tags: Māori, culture, Māori history, Culturally responsive, history, curriculum

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