TE WHĀRIKI 2017

Titiro whakamuri kia anga whakamua
Look to the past in order to move forward

 

 

 

HAWKES BAY

Saturday 23rd September


A day unpacking parts of the document
A mix of presentations and reflective conversations

Facilitated by Mana Tamariki whānau members

Veronica Tawhai & Te Rina Warren are lecturers at Massey University with particular expertise in indigenous studies and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.  Their presentation is about the Treaty in the context of Te Whāriki. 

Mari Ropata-Te Hei is also a lecturer at Massey University.  With graphic designer, Te Iwihoko Rangihirawea, Mari developed the updated whāriki graphic and cover.  Mari will share the significance of the design. 

Brenda Soutar is a leader at Mana Tamariki.  She was a member of the writing team for the update of Te Whāriki.  Brenda will present Ngā Whakataukī kei Te Whāriki - The Proverbs in Te Whāriki and how these can be utilised to strengthen documentation of children’s learning. 

We have 27 years experience designing and implementing high-quality Māori language immersion education.  Our most recent ERO review noted the high-quality resources to support children learning in te reo Māori developed by our teachers.  “Assessment information is gathered in a range of ways to demonstrate learning.  Paki ako (learning stories) have been developed in the kōhanga reo and are used extensively to monitor learning, inform programme planning and as the basis of action research topics for kaimahi.”

We will consider bringing this kaupapa to your area if you believe there would be enough interest to make it viable.  Contact Miria to discuss possibilities.


Programme 

8.45 am 
Doors open, registration
12.15pm 
Reflective conversation groups
9.00 am 
Karakia, mihi, housekeeping
12.45pm 
Lunch 
9.10 am 
Presentation 1 
1.45pm 
Presentation 3
10.15am 
Reflective conversation groups
3.15pm 
Final reflections, closing karakia 
10.45am 
Morning tea 
 
11.15am 
Presentation 2 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Please note that the programme is subject to change and may be updated but start and closing times are set 



Saturday 23rd September 2017
9:00am - 3:30pm

VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED

Includes Morning Tea & Lunch


 

To Register:
Fill in the form and return by email to miriawipaki@gmail.com 
If you have any questions please ring/email Miria Wipaki:
p. 06 356 4383
m. 021 997556

$150 early bird - before 07/07/2017

$200 after 07/07/2017

 

Until your registration fee has been received by Mana Tamariki you are NOT registered to attend.

Mana Tamariki      Centre of Innovation 2008-09      Royal Society Marsden Fund Research Recipient 2014-17

WAIHEKE ISLAND

Saturday 11 November, 9:00am - 4:00pm


A day unpacking parts of the document
A mix of presentations and reflective conversations

Venue - Piritahi Marae, Te Huruhi Bay, Blackpool, Waiheke Island

Facilitated by Mana Tamariki whānau members 

Te Rina Warren is a Massey University lecturer with particular expertise in indigenous studies and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.  Te Rina's presentation is about the Treaty in the context of Te Whāriki. 

Mari Ropata-Te Hei is also a lecturer at Massey University.  With graphic designer, Te Iwihoko Rangihirawea, Mari developed the updated whāriki graphic and cover.  Mari will share the significance of the design. 

Brenda Soutar is a leader at Mana Tamariki.  She was a member of the writing team for the update of Te Whāriki.  Brenda will present a Māori perspective on Te Whāriki as a metaphor for learning within the context of early learning. This includes the significance of harakeke, weaving and whakatauiī (proverbs) 

We have 27 years experience designing and implementing high-quality Māori language immersion education.  Our most recent ERO review noted the high-quality resources to support children learning in te reo Māori developed by our teachers.  “Assessment information is gathered in a range of ways to demonstrate learning.  Paki ako (learning stories) have been developed in the kōhanga reo and are used extensively to monitor learning, inform programme planning and as the basis of action research topics for kaimahi.”

In August 2017, Wendy Lee attended this course in Palmerston North. Here’s what she had to say:

"...It was so wonderful to go to professional education that truly brings everyone to the space of thoughtful engagement … This day brought the heart of Te Whāriki into view … I would recommend this as an important professional learning event for all NZ teachers …"

Wendy Lee, Director, ELP (Educational Leadership Project Ltd)

To enrol, contact:

Miria Wipaki

p: 06 356 4383 / 021 997 556

e: miriawipaki@gmail.com


 

 

Saturday 11 November 2017

9:00am - 4:00pm

Piritahi Marae, Te Huruhi Bay, Blackpool, Waiheke Island
$150 early bird - before 26/10/2017
$200 after 26/10/2017
Includes Morning Tea & Lunch

To Register:

Fill in the form and return by email to miriawipaki@gmail.com 
If you have any questions please ring/email Miria Wipaki:
p. 06 356 4383
m. 021 997556

 

Mana Tamariki      Centre of Innovation 2008-09      Royal Society Marsden Fund Research Recipient 2014-17