He tohu definitions of cultural interaction terms 850 17297
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20 June / Free to attend

8 Stanley Street, Parnell, Auckland 1010

Discover rich resources readily available to schools that can inspire and inform inquiry learning and help connect your students to their NZ culture and heritage. Learn how to discover, access and use these resources for contexts such as learning about the Treaty of Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi), He Whakaputanga, the Women’s Suffrage Petition, and for 2019 Tuia Encounters 25O.

Dates, fees, and registration

Date and time Wednesday 20 June, 9:30am to 3:30pm
Fee Free!
Registrations close 12pm Tuesday 19 June

Who this learning event is for

  • Primary, intermediate, and secondary school teachers and library staff.
  • History and social studies teachers.

What you'll learn

  • Develop an understanding of how resources can be used in a variety of ways, from gathering background and formulating ideas to inspiring fertile questions and going deeper with issues.
  • Learn how to connect students with their heritage and culture through using rich resources that are readily available to all New Zealanders.
  • Discover how teacher and library collaboration can enhance the use of resources and how students can access, use, and share them.

What you'll do

  • Discover and access a rich and diverse range of resources related to New Zealand heritage and culture.
  • Explore a variety of tools and approaches to using resources that can support all aspects of inquiry learning.
  • Learn from other participants by sharing ideas and practice.
  • Create a ‘toolbox’ of resources to use in your school to support inquiry learning and connect students with their heritage and culture.

What's provided, what to bring

Please bring your own lunch and your own device.

Register or find out more

Registrations for this event are closed.

For more information, email mairi.ogilvie@dia.govt.nz

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