I am constantly being reminded how far I’ve come, yet how little I still know. I found this post to be informative and inspires me to step out of my comfort zone…. Thanks Sonya Van Schaijik for sharing.
Ko te manu e kai āna i te miro nona te ngahere. Ko te manu e kai āna i te mātauranga, nona te ao.
The bird that consumes the berry his is the forest. The bird that consumes knowledge his is the world.
An Education Review Office report (2011) stated that ‘many school leaders and teachers found the Treaty of Waitangi principle challenging to implement.
I was a little shocked to uncover my own lack of visible evidence for this practising teacher criteria or PTC 10. This is when practising teachers work effectively within the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand. Key indicators are highlighted as:
- Practise and develop the relevant use of te reo Māori me ngā tikanga-a-iwi in context.
- Specifically and effectively address the educational aspirations of ākonga Māori, displaying high expectations for their learning.
Don’t get me wrong. I can get by with many formulaic expressions…
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