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Kaiako Lucy Hayes describes why leadership is a responsibility shared by all stakeholders in learning, and reflects on how this can cultivate positive changes in learning outcomes for children.
Tumuaki Erana Haerewa describes how the whakatauākī 'E Tipu e Rea' guides leadership at Te Puna Reo Māori o Puhi Kaiti.
Dr Thornton emphasises the key role that introspective reflection and self awareness have in achieving authentic leadership.
Te Puna Reo o Puhi Kaiti's Kaitiakitanga project is based around the whenua, and empowers tamariki to practice sustainability.
In this excerpt from a presentation, Professor Claire McLachlan draws attention to assessing progress in Te Whariki's 20 learning outcomes.
As part of the Ministry of Education funded Te Whāriki implementation programme, CORE Education facilitated a series of 10 webinars from August 2017 – June 2018. Each one-hour webinar explores a different aspect of Te Whāriki.
These videos are from the Te Whāriki professional development workshops that were offered around the country from May to August 2017.