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Blended eLearning

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Ngā mihi Beth!
Posted by: Tamara Bell on the 04/10/2012
Kia ora e te tuakana mō tō mihi ataahua! Ko te reo te mauri o te mana Māori, nō reira arohatia te reo ngā kaiako, ngā ākonga katoa!
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Kai te hoa 8 minutes of
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Kai te hoa 8 minutes of relevant and provocative kōrero! Koia kai a koe mō te tuitui i ōu nā whakaaro ki tō tātau reo kāmehameha! Thought provoking, clear and challenging. Way to go Tamara! Ngā mihi rā
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Whaea
Posted by: Su Brown on the 09/04/2013
I fully agree that this has been a thoroughly thought provoking educational comment that we need to take on board. Thanks for sharing so well Tamara. I love the emphasis on genuine relationship with both the student and the whanau being needed to ensure a better understanding of where the student is at and how best to work alongside them with their learning. Loved the image of helping the students to see the value of their Maori heritage in everyday life. Pupuritea tena ahau e hoa ma.
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Blended eLearning

CORE Education provides professional learning and development programmes designed to assist schools to become more culturally responsive in their practice >>

Ngā mihi Beth!
Posted by: Tamara Bell on the 04/10/2012
Kia ora e te tuakana mō tō mihi ataahua! Ko te reo te mauri o te mana Māori, nō reira arohatia te reo ngā kaiako, ngā ākonga katoa!
Reply
Kai te hoa 8 minutes of
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Kai te hoa 8 minutes of relevant and provocative kōrero! Koia kai a koe mō te tuitui i ōu nā whakaaro ki tō tātau reo kāmehameha! Thought provoking, clear and challenging. Way to go Tamara! Ngā mihi rā
Reply
Whaea
Posted by: Su Brown on the 09/04/2013
I fully agree that this has been a thoroughly thought provoking educational comment that we need to take on board. Thanks for sharing so well Tamara. I love the emphasis on genuine relationship with both the student and the whanau being needed to ensure a better understanding of where the student is at and how best to work alongside them with their learning. Loved the image of helping the students to see the value of their Maori heritage in everyday life. Pupuritea tena ahau e hoa ma.
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Speaker: Tamara Bell

Tamara Bell challenges teachers in English medium schools to increase achievement for Māori students by teaching te reo Māori. Tamara works for CORE Education as a National Facilitator for the Blended eLearning team and an Online Facilitator for Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online. 

Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online
Blended eLearning

 

Views 47,505
Date added: 9 May 2012
Duration: 8:41

Te reo Māori in English medium schools

Tamara Bell challenges teachers in English medium schools to increase achievement for Māori students by teaching te reo Māori. Tamara works for CORE Education as a National Facilitator for the Blended eLearning team and an Online Facilitator for Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online. 

Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online
Blended eLearning

 

Views 47,505 Date added: 03/10/2012

Te reo Māori in English medium schools

Date added: 03/10/2012

Te reo Māori in English medium schools

Tamara Bell challenges teachers in English medium schools to increase achievement for Māori students by teaching te reo Māori. Tamara works for CORE Education as a National Facilitator for the Blended eLearning team and an Online Facilitator for Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online. 

Te Manawa Pou Te Reo Māori Online
Blended eLearning

 

Views 47,505 Date added: 03/10/2012

Te reo Māori in English medium schools

Date added: 03/10/2012

Blended eLearning

CORE Education provides professional learning and development programmes designed to assist schools to become more culturally responsive in their practice >>

Ngā mihi Beth!
Posted by: Tamara Bell on the 04/10/2012
Kia ora e te tuakana mō tō mihi ataahua! Ko te reo te mauri o te mana Māori, nō reira arohatia te reo ngā kaiako, ngā ākonga katoa!
Reply
Kai te hoa 8 minutes of
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Kai te hoa 8 minutes of relevant and provocative kōrero! Koia kai a koe mō te tuitui i ōu nā whakaaro ki tō tātau reo kāmehameha! Thought provoking, clear and challenging. Way to go Tamara! Ngā mihi rā
Reply
Whaea
Posted by: Su Brown on the 09/04/2013
I fully agree that this has been a thoroughly thought provoking educational comment that we need to take on board. Thanks for sharing so well Tamara. I love the emphasis on genuine relationship with both the student and the whanau being needed to ensure a better understanding of where the student is at and how best to work alongside them with their learning. Loved the image of helping the students to see the value of their Maori heritage in everyday life. Pupuritea tena ahau e hoa ma.
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