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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.
Professor Carmen Dalli discusses the ideas from Te Whāriki that, "children are competent from the very beginning", and, "children are born with mana".
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.