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  • TO answer this question we need to look at MOE educational initiatives for guidance.
  • The New Zealand Curriculum sets the direction for student learning in English medium New Zealand schools and provides guidance for schools as they design and review their curriculum. Te Marautanga o Aotearoa , the partner document of The New Zealand Curriculum, was developed based on Maori philosophies and principles.
  • To support Maori students teachers need to have knowledge of books to hook readers in
  • Tags: te reo maori and Maori Use this site to evaluate resources before you buy
  • Ūse this service to borrow and review – to see which you could buy for your library before buying
  • Digital NZ is an initiative that aims to make NZ digital content easy to find,share and use. It is a portal with links ot material from museums, libraries . Good for looking at old footage and images of the Waikato. Search for the Waikato River. Look for video links Or videos on Tuhoe.
  • • contains a collection of digitised curriculum resources • over 2500 multi media items are available • taken mainly from National Library collections • primarily those of the Alexander Turnbull Library Under the Visual Arts and Music discipline there are a total of 13 topics. Each topic includes an essay, bibliography and a selection of some of the following: photographs drawings paintings posters video and sound clips The Clean (Musical group) :Live dead Clean; A Flying Nun record / Electric Dog posters, 1986.(Reference number Eph-D-Phono-1986-02) Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand
  • Matapihi is a window onto the online collections of a number of New Zealand cultural organisations. Museums, art galleries, libraries
  • 2 November, 2007 Shows a Tuhoe man sitting on a horse holding a rifle and expressing horror at the idea that his desire for a separate Tuhoe nation might be regarded as apartheid. Two children sit behind him on the horse and a dog noses around. Cartoon also shows a map of the North Island with a round plug planted with a Tuhoe flag hovering above the hole in the Ureweras from which it has been pulled. Refers to the police raids of mid October when Tuhoe activist, Tame Iti, and 16 others, were arrested under the Firearms and Suppression of Terrorism Acts. Subjects: Terrorism; Apartheid; Horses; Maori - Activists; Activists; Iti, Tame Wairere, 1952-; New Zealand. Terrorism Suppression Act 2002; Ngai Tuhoe; When: 2007 Where: Huiarau Range Alexander Turnbull Library Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Auckland City Libraries Christchurch City Libraries New Zealand Electronic Text Centre Otago Museum Te Ara - The Encyclopedia of New Zealand The New Zealand Film Archive Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua Do one search on Matapihi on say the kiwi, the bird, might bring back – a 3D object that you can turn from the Otago Museum, a sound clip of its call from the Alexander Turnbull library, a film clip from the NZ Film Archive, artistic representations from the Art Gallery etc Showcases are like mini exhibitions that span across the collections on popular topics – childhood, insects and spiders, native birds Go to native birds- kokako
  • From first editorial "to provide interesting and informative reading for Maori homes … like a marae on paper, where all questions of interest to the Maori can be discussed."
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  • Note, story, short story (esp for primary and intermediate), image and media trial etc.
  • Example maori – then Maori jewellery 06 Dec 2007 Our Keywords / Ā Mātou Kupu Matua: Maori Level: Intermediate Our librarians at AnyQuestions found it difficult to find much info on the internet about traditional Maori jewellery.  So to make your search easier - here’s our best tip... 1. Go to the Te Papa Museum homepage 2. Click on the link for “learning” (on the left hand side) 3. Scroll down and click on “Tai Awatea / Knowledge Net 4. Then look for the red link “click here to start exploring… 5. Once you are into the database – click on the red search button 6. Type “Maori jewellery” into the search box and click ‘search now’ 7. Look for the link on customary Maori jewellery – it’s great! Using Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand we found a couple of links too.   With the search words “Maori jewellery”, we found a page about Implements and adornment (part of Pounamu – jade or greenstone): For a different angle, try changing the search to “body adornment Maori”.
  • Maui search – science unit . Art, myth, link to te ara

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    • Exploring Resources for libraries to support Māori students on National Library’s Online Delivery Channel
    Matihetihe school
  • Services to Schools http://schools.natlib.govt.nz
  • Is your school library a Māori Learning Environment?
    • Defining Māori Learning Environments
    • Ministry of Education documents set out the obligation of all schools to deliver teaching and learning programmes that support Māori learners.
    • These educational initiatives provide a framework for your school to develop and manage the library, and evaluate its effectiveness.
  • National Administration Guidelines (NAGS): NAG 1 : ...policies, plans and targets for improving achievement of M ā ori students National Education Goals (NEGs) NEG 9 : Increased participation and success by M āori through the advancement of Māori education initiatives, including education in Te reo Māori… NEG 10: Respect for the diverse ethnic and cultural heritage of NZ people with acknowledgement of the unique place of Māori…
    • Sets national targets to improve the performance of the education
    • system for and with M ä ori learners.
    • Three underlying principles:
    • – all M ä ori learners have unlimited potential
    • – all M ä ori have cultural advantage by virtue of who they are - being M ä ori is an asset; not a problem
    • – all M ä ori are inherently capable of achieving success.
    Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success: The Mäori Education Strategy 2008–2012
  • http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/ Partner document for Māori – medium education The New Zealand Curriculum
    • The school curriculum acknowledges the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and reflects New Zealand's unique bicultural and multicultural character
    • All students are to have the opportunity to acquire knowledge of Te reo Māori me ōna tikanga, to strengthen Māori students' identities whilst non-Māori journey towards shared cultural understandings
  • Research on Māori learners and implications for school libraries   
    • Many schools have not provided library and information resources (including digital resources) and implemented strategies and programmes that catered for the needs, interests and abilities of Mäori students .
    • Student Learning in the Information Landscape (Education Review Office)
  • He kuaha te whare pukapuka
    • The library is a gateway to the student’s world and other worlds.
    • “ A place to access a wide range of resources to support the student to learn, to research, to read.”
  • A culturally inclusive environment and effective access
    • Physical and Online
    • Signage
    • A separate collection
    • Cataloging
    • Māori subject headings
    • ODC
    Activity: Scavenger Hunt
  • What Māori print resources are in your collection?
  • Pukapuka Whakamārama Reference Books
    • Puka Kupu - Dictionaries
  • Pukapuka Whakamārama Reference Books
    • Proverbs, Idioms & Sayings M ā ori Concepts
  • Pukapuka Whakamärama Reference Books
    • Atlases and Place Names Encyclopaedias
  • Pukapuka Whakamärama Reference Books
    • Encyclopaedias Treaty of Waitangi
  • Recent Non-fiction titles for secondary Republished
  • Hooking in Māori students Books that have characters they can relate to
  • Hooking in Māori students Māori culture, values and tikanga
  • Hooking in Māori students 4. Use their interests
  • MOE material MOE publications 0800 660662
  • Book reviews: Create Readers
  • CS resources
    • Request Māori resources from:
    • Curriculum Services online request
    • Auckland
    • Palmerston North
    • Christchurch (via Palmerston North)
  • Ngā rauemi ā - Ipurangi E resources Gateways- Ngā Kuaha
    • 1 . National Library of NZ/ Te Puna Matāuranga o Aotearoa
    • 2. Te Kete Ipurangi
    • 3. Public Libraries
  • Digital NZ
  • Search term: Turangawaewae Opening Turongo meeting house 1938
  • Discover Collection of resources to support the Arts curriculum
  • Implements and Adornments
  • Matapihi
  • Matapihi Search Term: Tuhoe
  • 3. Te Ao Hou
    • 76 editions from 1952 to 1976
    • Both languages
    • Search using subjects
  • Te Ao Hou Search Term: Hue
  • 5. INDEX NZ
  • Search: Te Ataitangikahu in Mana magazine
  • 6. Te Ara
  • Search term: Ngati Kahungunu
  • Get the Short Story
  • 7. EPIC
  • Australia/NZ Reference Centre
  • 6. Uiangapātai.co.nz
  • Many Answers Ngā Whakautu Maha
  • Kuaha 2- Te Kete Ipurangi
  • Powerful Search
  • Māori Interactives
  • He Kohinga Rauemi a - Ipurangi
  • Public Library Resources Te Whare Pukapuka o Manukau
  • Waitangi Tribunal
    • Resource kits for use in primary and secondary schools
    A look at the Treaty of Waitangi within the context of New Zealand society at that time. It also examines what the Treaty means today.
  • Te Puni Kokiri
  • Wellington Public Library Kids Catalog Web
  • Wellington Public Library Kids Catalog Web
  • Te Papa
  • Online communty Whare pukapuka Māori
  • Activity
    • Work through the gateways to Māori websites worksheets
    • If you have time sign up to the Online Community-Whare pukapuka and under sharing online resources share your favourite resource.
  • Action Plan
    • Create Action list – immediate and long term