Most of the academic institutes believe that enabling the students to choose the dissertation topics on their own may help them perform better, but unfortunately, it burdens the students with the additional responsibility to choose the right topic for their dissertation papers. For nursing students, who are grinding themselves studying the subject both theoretically and practically, picking a fresh topic for the dissertation paper is not exactly a cakewalk. Our team of…Continue
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Case study assignments are never easy to write as it involves a lot of groundwork and research. You always need to write the best assignment to earn good marks. To earn credibility you should write the paper in formal tone. However, with a formally written paper, it becomes hard for you to bind your readers and make them read the whole assignment. Therefore, the key to earning good marks is you need to make the write up proper and must include all relevant information.
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Back in the bad old days, Māori children were punished for speaking Te Reo at school and Māori culture had no place in the classroom. Our education system has come a long way since then. Unfortunately, Māori educational achievement is still trailing behind, but gains are being made and public schools work very hard to meet the needs of Māori students while also educating all students in tikanga Māori and Te Reo.
Kohanga reo, kura kaupapa and kura a iwi movements also play an…Continue
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Tena koutou Te Riu Roa whanau, Could you tell me where I can find the registration form for this years Te Kahui Whetu as I can't find it on the NZEI website.
CLASSROOM PREPARATION: Lorene Fitzgerald sorts through teaching resources inside Highbury's Kohanga Reo.
A long-awaited kohanga reo will be opening in Highbury this month - the next step in the Palmerston North suburb's efforts to foster families' education opportunities.
The community has been granted $100,000 of government funding from the Ministry of Education to complete a licencing programme in a bid to open a new Maori language immersion early…Continue
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January 12, 2015
A University of Otago research project, which looks at how Dunedin families pass on Māori…Continue
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Maori-dominated schools have so far stayed away from the Government’s plan to overhaul the school system by paying more for change principals and lead teachers.
Education Minister Hekia Parata says 11 communities of schools totalling 38,000 students at both primary and secondary levels have been approved for the scheme, and other…Continue
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Media and the public are invited on Monday September 30th at 6pm to attend the launch of Heroes for
Education, a short film about the inspiring Webster family of Rotorua and their passion for education
that has enabled them to claim their culture, reach their potential and pass on their knowledge to
The launch of Heroes for Education at the NZEI Te Riu Roa National Conference is part of the
organisation’s “Educating for Maori Success – Whakahau, Whakamana,…
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Marae is running a Maori of the year comp with an "education section".... check out http://tvnz.co.nz//marae-investigates/maori-year-4205308?ref=facebook
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The class took on Argentina (Āketīna) to celebrate World Cup Rugby. Lots of work went into the making and painting of their outfits.
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He mihi ki te Kaumatua me ona hoa rangatira o Te Kura Reo Rua o Maraenui, Ahuriri, Kahungunu.
Whakaata Stewart, kaiako at Te Kura Reo Rua o Maraenui presents a 'Heroes for Māori Education' badge to Kaumatua Kehu Thompson and one for his hoa rangatira who was unable to attend this hui.
Koro 'Jack', as he is affectionately known, has lived in Ahuriri for many years and supported the Kura in many ways - Kaumatua, 'Breakfast Club cooks', in class awhi.
Koro Jack and Nanny…Continue
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He mihi ki a Martin Thrupp, Research Professor at Waikato University.
Fiona Matapo presented Professor Martin Thrupp with a 'Hero for Māori Education' badge in recognition of the major research and data gathering he is working through in relation to the NZEI Te Riu Roa stand against "National…Continue
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