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“Ka tō he rā, ka rere he rā”

 

At Hui ā-Tau 2020, we want to acknowledge the new opportunities that have presented to allow a new way of working to arise. This doesn’t mean that all has been surrendered – the foundations and fundamentals of leading, teaching and learning remain firm, our values , our priorities and commitments to te reo Māori, tikanga, and quality leading, teaching and learning have not been shaken. But our ways of working to give value to these important drivers have.

 

At Hui ā-Tau 2020 you will see, hear, and learn about many of those fundamentals, and have the opportunity to engage in and learn about a range of innovative thinking and opportunities.

 

We will be exploring our theme through three strands of workshops:

 


 

TE HAUTŪ | LEAD

For those who are interested in thinking about things from leaders perspective. These workshops will present perspectives and initiatives that middle, aspiring and experienced leaders will be interested in. Workshops will cover topics such as:

· Big picture schooling

· Current leadership projects

· Resilience for leaders, teachers and learners

· Te Hurihanganui

· and more...

 


 

TE WHAKAAKO | TEACH

The fundamentals of teaching and learning are the foundation for what we do as teachers. Join these workshops to discuss new ways of teaching and learning, such as:

· using waiata and storytelling for teaching

· teaching hauora through dance

· using technology in the classroom

· creating new language for Hangarau Matihiko

· Te Whare Tapawha in practice

· te reo Māori for kaiako

· teaching through the Arts

· and much more

 


 

TE HIRINGA | INNOVATE

Come and learn about new ways of working, thinking, and being. These workshops will showcase a wide range of innovative and inspiring initiatives, such as:

· Find Your Fish Movement

· Te Reo Māori translator

· Māori Minecraft

· Indigenous business – where is it heading

· Māori graduates – what they are doing?

· Using design thinking to learn

· and more...

 

As details of these and more workshops are confirmed we will be sharing the programme through the Conference App.

 

 

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