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Text version of Teaching as Inquiry diagram

This is a flow chart diagram in the shape of a rectangle, and headed: "Teaching as Inquiry".

Working clockwise, and starting at the top right, there are two overlapping ovals, one contains the word: "Teaching", the other contains the word: "Learning". There is one arrow going from the middle of these two ovals, pointing down to the bottom right to an oval containing the heading: "Learning Inquiry", followed by the words: "What happened as a result of the teaching, and what are the implications for future teaching?"

From this oval there are two lines ending in arrows. One line has the words along it: "Is there something I need to change?" and ends in an arrow and an oval in the top left of the flow chart. The other line has the words along it: "What are the next steps for learning?" and ends in an arrow and an oval at the bottom left of the flow chart.

The oval at the bottom left of the flow chart has the heading: "Focusing Inquiry", followed by the words: ‘What is important (and therefore worth spending time on), given where my students are at?’ A line goes from the top of this oval to the bottom of the next oval, which is at the top left.

The oval at the top left of the flow chart has the heading: "Teaching Inquiry", followed by the words: "What strategies (evidence-based) are most likely to help my students learn this?" An arrow then leads on to the ovals "Teaching" and "Learning".

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Text version of He Puāwaitanga Harakeke, he Rito Whakakī Whāruarua diagram

This is an image of harakeke (flax plant) headed: "He Puāwaitanga Harakeke, he Rito Whakakī Whāruarua."

Various parts of the plant are labelled with the words:

  • Ngā Hua o te Ako
  • Ko te akomanga he Māori, ko ngā akoranga he āhuatanga nō te ao
  • mātua
  • kaumātua
  • whanaungatanga
  • Toitū te mana
  • Mana mokopuna
  • tumuaki
  • kaiako
  • Te whakawhiwhinga tairongo (at the base)

Some parts of the plant (leaves, shoots, roots, and flowers) are coloured with different colours: black, purple, red, yellow, green, orange, pink, and brown.

At the bottom left is a box with explanations of the meanings of the colours.

  • Black – Emanates from ako
  • Purple – Focused on learners as learners
  • Red – Focused on teacher competence and confidence
  • Yellow – Authentic
  • Green – Focused on teacher inclinations and dispositions
  • Orange – Captures tamaiti, whānau, hapū, community voice
  • Pink – Captures ākonga potential and talent
  • Brown – Informs planning and required targeted assistance

There are three paragraphs of text at the top left with the words:

"He puāwai harakeke, he rito whakakī whāruarua is the articulation of Māori hopes and dreams that Māori knowledge and ways of understanding the world continue to flourish and be part of the future.

Realising the vision of "puāwaitanga harakeke" is based on a commitment to supporting Māori communities in their determination to flourish and grow, based on te reo Māori me ōna tikanga, within their unique landscapes. At the heart is the ability of local communities to replenish and regenerate those aspects of life that are important to them.

The pā harakeke provides an example of intergenerational growth and is a metaphor for the preservation of language, culture and aspirations of whānau, hapū and iwi – te pā tangata. Four parallels are drawn between te pā harakeke and te pā tangata:

  1. In order to flourish the young require nurturing and care;
  2. Success and growth are dependent on the provision of some key conditions;
  3. Practices that are mindful of the local environment will have a greater likelihood of success;
  4. Positive growth provides for future generations that are strong and resilient."

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Text version of Assessment Tools and Activities diagram

This is a diagram comprised of three rectangular shapes with diagonal corners curved, sitting side by side over a longer shape and headed: "Assessment Tools and Activities".

The shapes from left to right reduce in size.

The first larger shape has a heading "Conversations and observations" and contains the text:

"Student:" followed by these words listed "self-assessmentpeer assessment, discussions, explanations, conferences, question, observations".

The second middle-sized shape has a heading "Tasks" and contains the words:

"Student:" followed by these words listed "class work, Assessment Resource Banks (ARBs), record keeping, tasks and assignments".

The third and smallest shape has a heading "Tools" and contains the text:

"Student assessment tools include:" followed by these words listed "PAT, STAR, GLoSS, IKAN, e-asTTle".

The longer shape stretching across and below the three shapes contains the words, "Tacit Knowledge, Exemplars, and illustrations "

Below this shape is stretched a double pointed arrow. At the left end of the arrow is the word "Continually". At the right end of the arrow is the word "Periodically".

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