Saturday 25 October 2014

Māori medium

TE MARAUTANGA O AOTEAROA Ā-IPURANGI – TE MARAUTANGA O AOTEAROA ONLINE

I NGĀ TAU e rua kua pahure ake nei kua whai whakaaro ngā kura kaupapa Māori ki te whakatinana mai i Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko Te Marautanga o Aotearoa te anga marau e tautoko ana i ngā kura ki te waihanga i te āhua o te ākonga me te marau ā-kura kia hā    ngai atu ai ngā mahi whakaako ki ngā tūmanako mō ā rātau tamariki mokopuna.
I mahi tahi Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga me CORE Education ki te tautoko i ngā kura ki te whakatutuki i ēnei āhuatanga. Ko tētahi atu āhua kua puta ake, ko Te Marautanga o Aotearoa ā-Ipurangi.
Ko Te Marautanga o Aotearoa ā-Ipurangi te paetukutuku kua whakaritea e te Tāhuhu hai tauwhiro i ngā kura i roto i ēnei mahi. He nui ngā rauemi e wātea ana ki ngā kura, arā, ko ngā marau ā-motu, Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori, ngā karere hou, ngā rangahau, me te rātaka. Ko tētahi wāhanga ka whai tikanga pea ki ngā kura ko te wāhanga pakiwaitara marau. I konei ka kōrero mai ētahi kura mō ngā piki me ngā heke o te waihanga marau ā-kura hai paku āwhina i ētahi atu kura.
Mō te roanga atu o ngā kōrero tēnā whātoro atu ki www.tmoa.tki.org.nz, me whakapā rānei ki a Daphne Papuni, ki a Justin Roberts rānei. Kei raro ngā kōrero whakapānga
For the past two-and-a-half years, Māori medium schools and settings have focused on implementing Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, which provides a framework for schools to identify shared aspirations for their students through the development of their graduate profile, while also allowing schools to develop a curriculum which addresses these aspirations. Schools across the country have been working with their communities to reshape their curricula to better fit their learners and the environment they come from.
The Ministry of Education has worked with CORE Education to provide support for schools through their curriculum review journey. An extension of this support has been the development of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa Online (TMoA Online).
TMoA Online is the Ministry website dedicated to supporting schools using TMoA Online to inform their curriculum development. TMoA Online gives schools access to a number of support materials including curriculum documents, information about Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori, the latest news, sector research and a calendar of events. Of particular note is the curriculum stories section. In this area, schools will find a collection of stories about how some schools have approached implementation, and examples and ideas for other schools who may be experiencing similar challenges.
For more information about TMoA Online you can either visit www.tmoa.tki.org.nz or contact Daphne Papuni or Justin Roberts, details below.
 
 TMoA Online contacts
 

Daphne Papuni
 
Justin Roberts
 
CORE Education
 
CORE Education
 
TMoA Online project manager
 
TMoA Online site manager
 
Ph: 021 798 772
 
Ph: 021 823 159
 
 
 

  
RAUEMI PĀNGARAU
 
 
MAI I TE TĪMATANGA o te tau, kua puta haerehia ētahi rauemi hou mō te whakaako i te pāngarau. Ko ētahi ko te whakahoutanga o ngā pukapuka o Te Poutama Tau, ko ētahi e aro ana ki ērā atu whenu o te marautanga pāngarau.
E ai ki a Leeana Herewini, te kaiārahi ā-motu o ngā kaitakawaenga pāngarau, he āwhina nui kei roto i ngā pukapuka, hei tautoko i ngā kaiako o ngā tamariki Tau 1 ki te Tau 9, e ako ana mā roto i te reo Māori. “E aro ana ēnei kohinga pukapuka ki te mātauranga pāngarau e hāngai ana ki tēnā taumata ki tēnā taumata o te marautanga, te whakaako i te pāngarau, me te reo matatini o te pāngarau. He mea nui ēnei āhuatanga e toru e piki ai ā tātou tamariki i ngā taumata o te pāngarau.”
E whakahau ana a Leeana i ngā kura kia tono atu ki ō rātou kaitakawaenga pāngarau, mā rātou ngā kaiako e āwhina ki te whakamahi i ngā pukapuka, kia tino whaihua ai. Ina puta ngā pukapuka whakahou o Te Poutama Tau, e tika ana kia whiua ngā mea tawhito nā runga i ngā āhuatanga hou me te whakatika anō i ngā hapa o ngā pukapuka tawhito.
Kei te whare pupuri rauemi o Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga ēnei pukapuka hei tono mā ngā kura (arā, Down the Back of the Chair,
www.thechair.minedu.govt.nz).  He pukapuka utu kore ēnei.
Koia nei ngā pukapuka kua puta kē, me ngā pukapuka ka puta hei te roanga atu o tēnei tau me te tau kei te heke mai:
 

Ngā pukapuka kua puta kē
 
Nama take
 
Te Poutama Tau 1: Te Mahere Tau
 
710312
 
Te Poutama Tau 2: Te Uiui Aromatawai
 
710161
 
Te Pūkete Aromatawai o Te Poutama Tau
 
710160
 
Te Poutama Tau 4: Te Whakaako Mātauranga Tau
 
710311
 
Te Poutama Tau 5: Te Tāpiritanga, te Tangohanga me te Uara Tū
 
710310
 
Te Ine
 
710175
 
Te Hanga
 
710303
 
Te Tauira me te Pānga
 
710300
 
Te Wāhi te Ahunga me te Panoni
 
710304
 
Te Tauanga
 
710302
 

  
Ngā pukapuka ka puta ā tōna wā
 
Nama take
 
Te Poutama Tau 6: Te Whakarea me te Whakawehe
 
710308
 
Te Poutama Tau 7: Te Hautau, te Tau ā-ira me te Ōrau
 
710309
 
Te Poutama Tau 8: Te Aroā Tikanga Tau me te Whakaaro Taurangi
 
710307
 
Te Poutama Tau 3: Te Whakamahere
 
710313
 
Te Tūponotanga
 
710301
 
 
 
NGĀ WHANAKETANGA RUMAKI MĀORI
 
NGĀ WHANAKETANGA RUMAKI MĀORI for kura and Māori medium settings have been implemented for almost a year. They describe te reo and pāngarau skills and knowledge that students in years 1 to 8 need to learn at different stages of their schooling. Lifting student achievement in te reo and pāngarau through all learning areas of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, the national curriculum for Māori medium settings, is a high priority for Government.
Earlier this year, the Ministry held a series of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori Readiness Workshops for school leaders and members of boards of trustees in 16 regions throughout the country. At these workshops, feedback was sought from attendees on their confidence about implementing Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori, any challenges that existed and what support was required. Some key findings were:
  • confidence levels were generally high, with 62 per cent feeling confident or very confident, including 61 per cent of school leaders and 68 per cent of boards of trustees members;
  • high confidence levels were reported as a result of receiving valuable professional development and support in understanding Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori and how to implement them within kura and Māori medium settings;
  • challenges included the need for whānau understanding and buy-in, the lack of “appropriate assessment tools”, and “gaining support for Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori in English-medium schools that run both The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa”.
In terms of further support required, the largest number of responses related to the need for more professional development particularly for teachers, support with moderation and assessment practices.
In November this year, the Ministry will invite all kaiako in kura and Māori medium settings to complete a survey that gathers their thoughts about the implementation of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori. The information collected will be used by the Ministry to design further appropriate support for kaiako to assist them to continue using Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori in 2012 and beyond.
 
 LINK
A copy of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Analysis of Feedback from Readiness Workshops can be found at:
www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/maori
 
 
MĀTAIAKO INFO PACKS ARE IN KURA AND MĀORI MEDIUM
KO MĀTAIAKO te kaupapa kua whakarewahia e Te Tāhuhu hei kaupapa whakawhanake i ngā rauemi aromatawai, mōhiotanga, tikanga mahi hoki ki ngā kura me ngā whare rumaki reo Māori. Ko te tikanga kua tae katoa atu ngā kete kōrero ki ngā kura me ngā whare rumaki reo Māori hei whakamōhiotanga atu mā ngā tumuaki, ngā kaiako, ngā whānau me ngā poari kaitiaki. Ko te kete rauemi tuatahi tēnei o te pātaka kōrero o Mātaiako kia mōhio pai ai ngā kura me ngā hapori he aha te aha.
Mehemea kāore anō ngā kete kōrero kia tae atu ki tō kura, ki te hiahia rauemi anō rānei (kāore he utu), īmera mai ki mataiako@minedu.govt.nz
Mātaiako is the programme under way in the Ministry to support the development of assessment tools, knowledge and practice for kura and Māori medium settings. All kura and Māori medium settings should have now received a Mātaiako information pack for school leaders, teachers, whānau and boards of trustees. This is the first in a series of Mātaiako resources intended to keep schools and the wider sector informed about the roll out of this initiative.
If your kura or school has not yet received these packs, or if you require additional copies (free of charge) then please email: mataiako@minedu.govt.nz