Te Ahu o te Reo Māori is a government-funded programme by the Ministry of Education. The initiative aims to support early learning to secondary school leaders, kaiako and support staff to grow their capability and confidence in using and integrating te reo Māori into the learning of all ākonga. Participants will have the opportunity to engage and understand a different worldview; engage in cultural practices, narratives, and histories relevant to Aotearoa and to the system that supports the education of all students.
The programme consists of 120 hours, both directed & self-directed learning and is delivered both in person and online. The programme starts on 1 August and concludes on 2 December 2022.
Each language level (1-7) is delivered over 18 weeks.
There are no registration fees associated with the programme however any travel costs to attend learning days in Rotorua will be the participants' responsibility.
Registered participants are encouraged to attend all scheduled classes/learning days. Participants are required to meet attendance criteria set by the Ministry of Education. A support payment will be paid to your learning facility if participation has been met.
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