Monthly Archives: September 2015

A place-responsive approach to EOTC

It was at the end of 2014 when I started a new job that I first heard about the place-responsive approach to education and I have to say, I’m still very much in the process of learning more about it. … Continue reading

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Connected Educators #EdblogNZ challenge

This week I have become part of someone’s challenge as part of #CENZ15. Their task was to encourage a colleague/friend to begin blogging and help them to set up their own blog. Well, thanks to my colleague and friend, here I am … Continue reading

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Tikanga Māori

When I first started teaching, it was in a small rural community in the Far North with a roll that was predominantly Maori (around 99%). I thought my knowledge of Tikanga māori was ‘pretty alright’ before I started up there. … Continue reading

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