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Mobilise My Reo - Moving on from Mihimihi | Hamilton
Mobilise My Reo - Moving on from Mihimihi | Hamilton
Created by Tessa Gray
Thursday, 22 June 2017
7:15 am to 12:00 pm


Thursday 22 June 2017

Breakfast and seminar: 7.15am — 8.45am
Workshop: 9.00am — 12.00pm

Breakfast seminar: $50 + GST per person
Breakfast seminar and workshop: $150 + GST per person


This CORE breakfast seminar will explore the use of te reo Māori and tikanga in your learning environment. It will provide practical and simple ways to build confidence, enhance your practice and understand our commitment to affirming Māori as tangata whenua.

This CORE breakfast session will:

  • Explore second language tools and practical strategies to effectively teach a language

  • Provide fun games and activities to engage your students

  • Provide links to useful resources to help with school-wide planning such as, Matariki and Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

  • Create a kete of ready-to-use te reo Māori resources for everyday use in your classroom

  • Build your social media networks to connect with #tereo tweeps who actively promote and interact in te reo Māori

  • Explore online tools to enhance te reo Māori teaching and learning

  • Explore learning spaces specifically for te reo Māori

  • Demonstrate how to affirm Māori learners as tangata whenua (2.4 Our Code, Our Standard).

Who will this session be of interest to?

This session will interest teachers and leaders who are curious to learn creative ways to listen and challenge what has always been done, in order to bring about positive, innovative, and equitable change in classrooms.

About the workshop

The workshop will “dig deeper” into the areas covered in the breakfast seminar. It will encourage people to think about and explore individual/professional approaches to teaching te reo Māori and tikanga. A mix of presentation and workshop methods will be used to support thinking and action.

The workshop will:

  • Enhance your knowledge and confidence about second language teaching strategies

  • Equip participants with strategies that can enable the knowledge and skills required to become more culturally responsive to Māori as tangata whenua

  • Share practical strategies for using online tools to engage with students, whānau and the community

  • Give examples of how to engage with students through cultural narratives and place based learning.


Te Mihinga Komene

He uri tēnei nō Ngāti Ueoneone, Ngāti Tamaterā, Ngāti Apakura, Ngāti Whakaue me Te Whānau-a-Karuai.

Te Mihinga is committed to the promotion and revitalisation of te reo Māori through education. With a background in teaching at all levels in various sectors, her role as a facilitator supports kaiako, ākonga and their communities in Māori medium settings with their reo competency, fluency and curriculum. As well as her classroom teaching role, she has also had seven years experience creating quality teaching and learning resources in both digital and print media.

Follow Te Mihinga on Twitter: Te Mihinga #tereo

Rosalie Reiri

He uri tēnei nō Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Rangitāne, Ngāti Porou hoki

Rosalie has been teaching for 11 years in rūmaki within the Waikato and South Auckland areas where her knowledge of diversity and multiculturalism was fostered. She has recently completed a dissertation: "How to build a community of successful Māori learners in a decile one school", in order to identify key components to ensure success for Māori supports success for all.

Follow Rosalie on Twitter: @RReiri

Hohepa Isaac-Sharland

Ko Tararua te maunga, ko Manawatū te awa. Nō Rangitāne, nō Raukawa, nō Taranaki hoki.

Hohepa has been working in Mātauranga Māori for more than 25 years. During the past four years Hohepa has been working with CORE Education in the areas of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, Te Reo Māori in Māori Medium and Te Reo o te Kaiako. Hohepa is passionate and committed to preserving te reo me ōna tikanga and helping to support strategies to keep it alive at home and at kura.


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