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    • 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

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      • Anahera McGregor

        Implementing Māori history curriculum in your school in the group Multicultural education

        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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        • CORE Education

          New Zealand Māori History (Christchurch) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

          Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

          Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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          • CORE Education

            New Zealand Māori History (Auckland) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

            Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

            Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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            • CORE Education

              New Zealand Māori History (Wellington) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

              Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

              Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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              • CORE Education

                Ten Trend: Social mapping in the group CORE Ten Trends

                What’s this trend all about? Maps have come a long way from flat, printed presentations using manual calculations, to precise data-driven, virtual experiences like we see in platforms like Google Maps. Now we see this data from maps and our own stories coming together to create a sense o...

                Tags: social, mapping, localised, curriculum, Google, maps, tour, builder, stories, history, cultural, trails

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