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        Nicholas Billowes

        About me: Tena koutou. Ko Nick Billowes ahau, ko Te Tiriti o Waitangi te waka, ko ngāti pākeha te iwi, ko te Upoko o te Ika te kāinga o tōku ngākau. Tihei mauriora! Greetings, I am Nick Billo...

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        • Nga Kõtui Ako o Te Tai Tokerau
          Nga Kõtui Ako o Te Tai Tokerau

          Nāu te rourou nāku te rourou ka ora ai te iwi. A professional culture requires teachers who are willing to share, support, and explore together. This is a space for members of Te Tai Tokerau Early Learning Networks to share whakaaro around their curriculum inquiries. Each individual Kotui Ako will have its own sub-group within this larger group.

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          • Phebs


            Education Facilitator. Māori Medium/ English Medium Ngāpuhi born and bred Living and loving in the Winterless North Ancestrally driven, supporting kaupapa that uplifts us all. "Be fearless in the pursuit that sets your soul on FIRE"

            Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Whānau, hapu, iwi, mokopuna, education, marae, community

            • CORE Education

              Māori success in our education system

              In this spotlight session, Wharehoka will discuss collaboration within iwi and kura/school settings, and his on the ground experiences with Kāhui Ako and challenges us with this patai; Are ‘schools’ culturally safe places? Are we talking past each other around expectations a...

              Tags: Māori, success, learners, learning, consultation, collaboration, iwi, partnerships

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