Maori Education PLD - 16th and 17th of April

The following workshops will be held on the 16th and 17th of April, 9am - 3pm.

Venue: MIT Manukau, which is located at Hayman Park (at the corner of Manukau Station Road and Davies Avenue), directly above Manukau Train Station.

Cost: Free for approved Centrally Funded PLD Schools or 180.00 for both days, for non-Centrally funded schools

Food provided

Name


A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. eMail address:*


  1. Region:*
    Auckland
    Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Maniapoto
    Other


  1. Name of school:*


  1. My role in my school is:*
    Classroom teacher
    Lead Teacher of Te Reo Māori
    Member of Senior Management
    Teacher Aide / Support person
    None of these


  1. School Type:*
    Kura Kaupapa Māori / Wharekura
    English Medium Primary / Intermediate / Secondary
    English Medium School with a Bi-lingual Unit
    English Medium School with an Immersion Unit
    Other


  1. Year level band:*
    Years 1 - 2
    Years 3 - 4
    Years 5 - 6
    Years 7 - 8
    Years 9 - 10
    Years 11 - 13


  1. Te Reo Māori Fluency:*
    I am a fluent speaker of Te Reo Māōri
    I know some Te Reo Māori but I wouldn't say that I am fluent
    I have had a basic introduction to Te Reo Māori
    I know no Te Reo Māori but I am keen to learn


  1. Centrally funded PLD*
    My school is currently working with a PLD Facilitator for Māori PLD
    My school's Māori PLD proposal has only just been approved
    My school hasn't applied for PLD funding
    My school would like assistance to apply for PLD funding


  1. Would you like to attend this workshop?

    Monday 16th April Session A (All) (9:00am - 10:20am)

    Teaching in Modern Learning Environments*
    Yes
    No


  1. Monday 16th of April - Session B (10:40 - 11:50pm)
    Pāngarau: Maori Mathematics games
    Kia ako te reo: Personal Reo Māori development for (Beginners)
    Kia kounga te reo: Personal Reo Maori development (Advanced)


  1. Monday 16th of April - Session C (11:50 - 1:00pm)
    Plan a Reo Matatini Unit from start to finish (Maori Medium)
    Plan a Reo Maori Unit from start to finish (English Medium)
    Implementing Ka Hikitia effectively in schools


  1. Monday 16th of April - Session D (1:30pm - 2:40)
    Creating Maori Language Assessments
    Reo Maori Activity ideas
    Culturally responsive pedagogy: What is it and how does it apply to me and my school?


  1. Monday 16th of April - Session E (All) (2:40 - 3:00pm)

    Debrief and closing Karakia
    Yes
    No


  1. Tuesday 17th of April - Session G (9:00am - 10:20am)

    Build your own Reo Maori App
    Yes
    No


  1. Tuesday 17th April Session F (All) (10:40 - 11:50)

    Create a School Wide Maori Education Plan
    Yes
    No


  1. Tuesday 17th of April - Session E (All) (11:50 - 1:00pm)

    Appraisal and the new Teaching Standards
    Yes
    No


  1. Tuesday 17th of April - Session H (1:30pm - 2:40pm)
    Assessing Kapa Haka using NCEA Dance Credits
    Analysing school wide Maori Achievement Data and planning next steps


  1. Tuesday 17th of April - Session I (2:40pm - 3:00pm)

    Debrief and closing Karakia
    Yes
    No