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  • Ngā Kaiāki Marautanga| Curriculum Champions
    Ngā Kaiāki Marautanga| Curriculum Champions

    This is the Kāhui Whakaako for our Ngā Kaiāki Maraunga. It is a place for us to connect, ask...

    • Nikki Grazier

      Nikki Grazier

      Kia Ora,  I consider myself to be extremely fortunate in my Early Childhood teaching career.  I have taught in centres that are Community-based, private, and those attached to larger organisations, centres with ethnically diverse communities, and centres within a range of socio-economic set...

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    • Ngā Kaiārahi pūtoi ako/Pedagogical Leaders - Ötautahi with Sarah-Lou
      Ngā Kaiārahi pūtoi ako/Pedagogical Leaders - Ötautahi with Sarah-Lou

      Exploring Te Whäriki through the vehicle of Internal Evaluation.

    • Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Ahuriri  (Jo Cox)
      Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Ahuriri (Jo Cox)

      Tēnā koutou, Welcome to our community of pedagogical leaders. A space to engage in discussions, challenge thinking, share our knowledge and ideas and support one another with our internal evaluation. A collaborative space to work in on our journey of discovery. A journey where we are exploring Te Whāriki through internal evaluation to ensure equity and excellence for all Mokopuna in our sector!

    • Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Heretaunga (Jo Cox)
      Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Heretaunga (Jo Cox)

      Tēnā koutou, Welcome to our community of pedagogical leaders. A space to engage in discussions, challenge thinking, share our knowledge and ideas and support one another with our internal evaluation. A collaborative space to work in on our journey of discovery. A journey where we are exploring Te Whāriki through internal evaluation to ensure equity and excellence for all Mokopuna in our sector!

    • Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Central Hawkes Bay, Tararua, Pahiatua (Jo Cox)
      Ngā Kaiaki Pūtoi Ako (Pedagogical Leaders) Central Hawkes Bay, Tararua, Pahiatua (Jo Cox)

      Tēnā koutou, Welcome to our community of pedagogical leaders. A space to engage in discussions, challenge thinking, share our knowledge and ideas and support one another with our internal evaluation. A collaborative space to work in on our journey of discovery. A journey where we are exploring Te Whāriki through internal evaluation to ensure equity and excellence for all Mokopuna in our sector!

    • Te Riroriro
      Te Riroriro

      Sharing with Steiner network of kaiako, created to support exploration of Te Whariki 2017 and each centres Internal Evaluation due June 2018.

      • CORE Education

        Te Whāriki – Webinars | Ngā Kauhaurangi

        Kaiako are invited to participate in the Te Whāriki webinar series to support the implementation of Te Whāriki. Registrations are now open for webinar 8 - Infants and toddlers in the context of Te Whāriki http://bit.ly/2gL0CMn Previous webinar recordings are also available. &n...

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