Maori digital resources in Digistore and online


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  • Maori digital resources in Digistore and online

    1. 1. Digital resources and content for Māori learnersNā Janelle Riki and Suzie Vesper – National Māori Team, BeL Facilitator and Digi Advisor
    2. 2. What is Digistore? Learning Objects Digitised Items Digital imagesInteractive learning games and simulations specifically Sound files designed to engage and motivate students. Video files Learning Objects Digitised items
    3. 3. What are learning objects?Learning objects combine still and moving images, text, audio andanimation to provide interactive multimedia experiences forstudents. They are learning games and simulations.
    4. 4. What are digitised items?Digitised items are resources that have been sourced fromleading Australian and New Zealand cultural and scientificinstitutions and private collections. Hānaki (fish trap) Te mahinga poi Reproduced courtesy of the Reproduced courtesy of Archives New ZealandMuseum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
    5. 5. Go explore!Visit a learning path to see a sample of the types of Māori digitalcontent available in Digistore. Be prepared to share your thoughtson these resources on your return. Learning path showcasing examples of Māori digital content in Digistore
    6. 6. Using Māori resources in the classroom Matching activities Match Te Reo Māori descriptions to the pictures. He manu tukutuku raupō tēnei. He hīnaki tēnei hei hopu tuna. Images reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
    7. 7. Using Māori resources in the classroomRepetitive engagement with Te Reo Māori games after using the equivalent English ones.
    8. 8. Using māori resources in the classroom Place based education / time frame inquiry Māori school in the 1950s - Ruatoria on the East Coast Reproduced courtesy of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga
    9. 9. Using Māori resources in the classroom Technology - Māori technology study Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa This is a Māori bird snare. How do you think it worked? Can you create another simple design using wood and a cord that could catch birds?
    10. 10. Using Māori resources in the classroomResearch and inquiry – use in children’s inquiry projects Traditional Māori buildings This is a Māori food storehouse. It is on poles to stop animals eating the food. Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
    11. 11. Using Māori resources in the classroom Art - Understanding Māori art in context Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaThis is an example of rare materials (the albino kiwi feathers) beingused to make cloaks - the more decorative and rare the cloakmaterials, the more likely that it was created for a person of high ranksuch as a chief.
    12. 12. Using Māori resources in the classroom As a hook for a new unit or piece of writing Questions taken from the Library of Congress primary sources analysis toolDescribe what you see. When do you think itWhat do you notice first? was taken?What people and objects Who do you think wasare shown? the audience for thisHow are they arranged? photo?What is the physical What can you learn fromsetting? examining this photo?Why do you think this What’s missing from thisphoto was taken? photo? Image reproduced courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library Beneath my fingers, the flax basket was beginning to form. It was going to be ready in time for …
    13. 13. Using Māori resources in the classroomVisual literacy – how picture book illustrations convey messages Reproduced courtesy of Random House New Zealand, Gavin Bishop, Te Tai Tamariki Aotearoa New Zealand Children’s Literature Trust Hatupatu is similar in scale to the other pets in the illustration but dramatically smaller than the bird woman which makes him appear defenceless and vulnerable.
    14. 14. The Māori resources catalogue Step 1 Go to the Digistore wiki Step 2 Step 3Go to the Māori related Click on the image Click the link to resources page to open an online download a version Microsoft Word version OR
    15. 15. Using the catalogueThe contents page – use to navigate the catalogue
    16. 16. Using the catalogue A sample pageTitle, picture preview Māori Title and ID number for English and ID number description equivalent English entry description Use ID code tosearch Digistore for the item
    17. 17. Other learning paths to exploreOn the wiki, there are a range of learning paths thatexplore different themes and focus on an analysis of primary source materials.
    18. 18. Additional Māori related resourcesOn the wiki, there are also links to three Delicious stacks where links to a number of websites with Māori related resources have been collected. There is a place to recommend links to be added to this resource.
    19. 19. Three important things to take away with you!! to know more or would like further support?