Ngā Kupenga Raupī a Tāwhaki - The nurturing nets of Tāwhaki

The Museum of New Zealand | Te Papa Tongarewa and Evaluation Associates | Te Huinga Kākākura Mātauranga are excited to collaborate on a new learning opportunity that weaves together their combined knowledge of Aotearoa NZ Histories.

Two-day workshop

The Museum of New Zealand | Te Papa Tongarewa and Evaluation Associates | Te Huinga Kākākura Mātauranga are excited to collaborate on a new learning opportunity that weaves together their combined knowledge of Aotearoa NZ Histories.

This two-day workshop will be based at a local culture and heritage site to draw on local history, and how you can integrate it into your classroom. Working together, Te Papa and Evaluation Associates | Te Huinga Kākākura Mātauranga, draw on their strengths to provide an enriching workshop that focuses on belonging through place and the history of your locality.  Along with connection to placed-based and local history, you will deepen your understanding of weaving Aotearoa New Zealand histories through your curriculum. You will be guided by two expert facilitators - one from Evaluation Associates | Te Huinga Kākākura Mātauranga and one from Te Papa Tongarewa - to bring together the best of knowledge for a full, rich programme of learning. 

What to expect

● Two-day professional learning workshop based in a local culture and heritage site.

● The combined expertise of two leading organisations, both specialists in their fields.

● The opportunity to network with other educators in your area.

● Develop a plan for integrating Aotearoa New Zealand histories through your curriculum.

Learning outcomes

● You will leave understanding how to teach Aotearoa New Zealand histories that will help your students critically connect with their history.

● You will strengthen your understanding of how to integrate Aotearoa New Zealand histories so that it is woven through your curriculum, and part of your Kaupapa.

● Deeper experience and understanding of your local history through taonga, local stories and culture and heritage sites.

● Develop rich learning tasks through an integrated curriculum.

● You will leave with a plan for integrating Aotearoa New Zealand histories into your class.

Who is this for?

Primary, intermediate, and secondary school teachers and leaders.

Cost:

$660 per person + GST. 10% discount applies for three or more registrations from the same school or kura.

We are also facilitating an in-depth programme that runs across three terms.  Contact us if you want to be part of our pilot programme (info@evaluate.co.nz

9 - 10 June
Wellington
  • Te Papa Tongarewa|Museum of New Zealand
  • 9 am - 3.30 pm
30 June - 1 July
Canterbury/Chatham Islands
  • International Antarctic Centre
  • 9 am - 3.30 pm
1 - 2 August
Auckland
  • Maritime Museum, Auckland
  • 9 am - 3.30 pm
25 - 26 August
Hawke's Bay/Tairāwhiti Gisborne
  • Tairāwhiti Museum, Gisborne
  • 9 am - 3.30 pm
22 -23 September
Wellington
  • Te Papa Tongarewa|Museum of New Zealand
  • 9 am - 3.30 pm

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