Tag: Education. Showing results 11 - 20 of 994

Showing results 11 - 20 of 994

Search results

  1. Video for TKKM o Hoani Waititi Marae adapts to changing times
    News

    TKKM o Hoani Waititi Marae adapts to changing times

    Winners of a Prime Minister's Excellence Award, Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hoani Waititi Marae in Auckland has been successfully adapting to changing times with their learner-centric programme Te Kete Uruao, which has helped especially during the recent COVID lockdown period.

  2. Video for Māori matrix used as a guide for mainstream school
    News

    Māori matrix used as a guide for mainstream school

    A Palmerston North mainstream school has taken the cultural matrix for Māori organisations, Te Whiringawhā, and has incorporated those principles into running the school.

  3. News

    VR technology helps vision impaired taiohi see the world

    Kaea Horsfall-Kingi (Te Whānau-a-Kai, Ngāti Kahungunu) lives with nystagmus, an eye condition that causes the eyes to shake or move uncontrollably. This makes it hard for him to see. But a pre-COVID experience with VR (virtual reality) has opened up a whole new world.

  4. Video for 30,000 sign petition over Teachers Council fee hike
    News

    30,000 sign petition over Teachers Council fee hike

    Almost 30,000 people have signed a petition to stop the increase of fees to the Teachers Council that will see a 200% increase in costs to the independent organisation.

  5. Video for MoE deficient in delivering resources to Ōtara students - Principal
    News

    MoE deficient in delivering resources to Ōtara students- Principal

    The principal of decile one school Sir Edmond Hillary Collegiate in Ōtara says she requested 200 devices for students but only received 73. She says it was the same for other schools in the area.

  6. News

    I want to be Vice-Chancellor of the University someday- Kyla Campbell-Kamariera

    ‘Trailblazer, confident and mana wahine’ are a few words that have been used to describe Waikato Students’ Union (WSU) President Kyla Campbell-Kamariera.

  7. Video for Meng Foon repeats call for NZ Wars public holiday
    News

    Meng Foon repeats call for NZ Wars public holiday

    Race Relations reconciliator Meng Foon says now is the time, to create a public holiday to commemorate the NZ Wars. 

  8. Video for Weekly "zui" serve as 'safe space' for trades students
    News

    Weekly "zui" serve as 'safe space' for trades students

    "Wednesday Wānanga" initially started as a way to learn mātauranga Māori during lockdown, has now turned into a safe space for students to address mental health issues.  The idea was prompted by students at Ara Institute following the sudden passing of one of their students.

  9. Video for Online haka lessons connect Māori and Tauiwi to our culture
    News

    Online haka lessons connect Māori and Tauiwi to our culture

    Since starting his Facebook kapa haka lessons, Māori and Tauiwi around the world have tuned in to learn. He says parents are telling him that his lessons provide a safe place for children to learn haka and connect with Māoritanga and ahurea.

  10. Video for Shortage of reo speaking ECE teachers will hamper access to new funding - Te Kōhao Health
    News

    Shortage of reo speaking ECE teachers will hamper access to new funding- Te Kōhao Health

    Puna reo operators Te Kōhao Health see the $278 million ECE funding boost as a great start. However Tere Gilbert, Kaiwhakahere of Te Kōhao Health says that they will struggle to qualify for some of this increased funding.

  11. Show more results

Pages