Programmes for Students and Exemplary Postgraduate Maori Medium Initial Teacher Education Hui

 

Kaupapa: Preparing for Tomorrow's Kaiako. Teaching in Kura Kaupapa, Kura Motuhake and Rumaki contexts, across the schooling years 1 – 8. What kaiako need to know and have in readiness for learning and teaching in kura kaupapa (KK), kura motuhake (KM) and rumaki settings. The Ministry will bring together the providers of Programmes for Students (PFS) and the emerging exemplary Postgraduate Maori Medium Initial Teacher Education (MMITE) providers. It is an opportunity to share insights and learnings about the work you are involved in.

 



        
          
Hui Date:

  Thursday 21 April 2016

           
Venue:



  Matauranga House 



  Room 2.01
National MoE office
Matauranga House
33 Bowen Street
Wellington 6011




Time:

  9:00am - 3:30pm

   
Attendees:



 
PFS providers: (Haemata, Kia Ata Mai, Victoria University, Waikato University, Auckland University, Hurae White, Nga Kura a-Iwi, Nga Tapuae 
AND
exemplary MMITE providers:  (Wananga o Awanuiarangi, Wananga o Raukawa, Waikato University, Massey University)

  By Invitation only 



 
Registration:



 
Available online from 13 April - 19 April
Note: those requiring flights and accommodation must register by 18 April 


  Registration now closed

 
Programme:   Click here to download the agenda    
Reimbursement:

 
If travelling by car you may be entitled to claim mileage (as per Ministry collective agreement)

 
Click here to download claim form


Queries:







 
Programme
Kiritina Johnstone
Group Manager
Te Reo Maori
Student Achievement
Ministry of Education
kiritina.johnstone@education.govt.nz

 
  Registration / accommodation / travel arrangements
Anna-Maree Burns
Event Manager
Conference Innovators
moe@conference.co.nz
03 929 0289