Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    CORE Education
    Building cultural capability
    25 February
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    CORE Education is proud to roll out a series of social media snippets in our Facebook page, to highlight ways educational spaces can truly honor te Tiriti of Waitangi. 

    tiriti 300 webHere's a timely resource we've created to support this important kaupapa.


    How do you give mana to Te Tiriti o Waitangi? (PDF, 410KB)

    As part of our on-going commitment to pushing the boundaries of educational possibility, we've created a framework to support schools build cultural capability.

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    What could I see, hear and feel in your learning community? (PDF, 5.9MB)

    This resource shares examples of what culturally responsive practice looks like in education. No doubt you have your own ways of presenting these ideas, this resources might provide some prompts to help guide you as you pursuit educational equity and excellence.

    Hungry for more?

    We invite you to join Gemma Stewart and Janelle Riki-Waaka in our upcoming webinar ‘Implementing Te Tiriti o Waitangi in learning communities’ Thursday, 27 February 2020, 3.30-pm. In this event, we'll unpack the articles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and consider ways you can affirm your commitment to biculturalism. Register today:

    In term 3, 2020 one of the new Ministry PLD foci is to continue to build cultural competencies. CORE Education offers a variety of courses and workshops to help grow your capacity in this area. Check out our Cultural Capability page for more.

    What is your one goal, hope, dream, aspiration to grow cultural capability in 2020? We'd love to hear more. Simply join the Multicultural education group and return to this discussion to contribute.

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