Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Anne Kenneally
    Media Monday - Edtalks…
    13 December
    Public discussion Created by Anne Kenneally

    Kia ora, 

    Each week we are going to add a recent release EDtalk as an event in the Connected Educator Calendar. These are interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners. Watch the talks at your leisure. Maybe you can use this as a staff meeting focus? Or to support your inquiry? Or set up little team or group to watch and discuss. Let us know how it goes...

     

    HI Tessa,

    Awesome to hear this is useful for you.

    Resources can be accessed here: https://natlib.govt.nz/he-tohu/learning/social-inquiry-resources/using-these-resources

    It would be great to have Kate Potter in this discussion thread.

    - By Anne Kenneally
      • Anne Kenneally
        By Anne Kenneally
        Feb 22

        HI Tessa,

        Awesome to hear this is useful for you.

        Resources can be accessed here: https://natlib.govt.nz/he-tohu/learning/social-inquiry-resources/using-these-resources

        It would be great to have Kate Potter in this discussion thread.

        • Tessa Gray
          By Tessa Gray
          Feb 22

          Thanks for shining a light on this Anne smiley. Very relevant to see current real-world problems (gender pay gaps, cultural and gender biases bought to the fore - as social inquiry into these historical contexts. This is such a great way to tie in our heritage, cultural and gender stories - to where we are today.

          One of my schools is looking into localised cultural contexts for student inquiry, so I’ll be sharing this video with them and invite a discussion around the ‘issues of justice’ to dive deeper into Te Tiriti and womens’ suffrage movement NZ to explore how these important documents and treaties can have an impact on our community - at school and at home. I’ll keep you posted about how we get on.

          My one question is where to access the social inquiry resources?

          • Anne Kenneally
            By Anne Kenneally
            Feb 21

            Kia ora, 

            Coming up on Monday the 26th of February, 

             http://edtalks.org/#/video/kate-potter 

            Kate Potter, learning specialist at the National Library of New Zealand, talks about the new He Tohu exhibition, which brings together three of Aotearoa’s founding documents: the 1835 Declaration of Independence – He Whakaputanga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and the 1893 Women’s Suffrage Petition. Online social inquiry resources and a YouTube channel take the exhibition to teachers across NZ, enabling access to conversations/thinking that has shaped the onsite programme. Kate challenges teachers and learners to engage with “the hard stuff” and “the heart stuff” of the Treaty.

            How can you use this clip with your staff?  

            What questions do you have for Kate? Post them here and let's get a discussion going.

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