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Kaiako Lucy Hayes describes why leadership is a responsibility shared by all stakeholders in learning.
Tumuaki Erana Haerewa describes how the whakatauākī 'E Tipu e Rea' guides leadership.
Dr Kate 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 video excerpt, Professor Claire McLachlan draws attention to assessing progress in Te Whāriki's 20 learning outcomes.
Professor Carmen Dalli discusses the ideas from Te Whāriki that, "children are competent from the very beginning".
Dr Lesley Rameka discusses the bicultural nature of Te Whāriki and the changes in Te Whāriki (2017).
Professor Claire McLachlan discusses key differences with Te Whāriki (2017) and planning, assessment, and evaluation.
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