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How can I use digital tools in a culturally inclusive way?

Meet Tony a year 3/4 teacher looking for digital tools to celebrate and share who we are - whakawhanaungatanga.

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Making connections

Successful learning for ākonga Māori is founded on language, culture, and values. It builds on what we know to be effective curriculum and pedagogy in that cultural context. e-Learning approaches that are successful for Māori students work "within a Māori framework that emphasises and values" (NZCER, 2004 ).

e-Learning pedagogy

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Supporting Māori learners through ako-e (e-Learning)

offer flexible, inclusive learning opportunities – they can stay in more familiar social and cultural environments while pursuing continued and enhanced learningsupport communities to reconnect and learn their language and customs through the development and production of online learning resources

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create opportunities to engage with their cultural knowledge forms and practices.

For ākonga Māori, e-learning can:

Teachers from Pegasus Bay School discuss how students learning their pepeha, rakau games, waiata, and karakia has created a culturally responsive environment where tikanga Māori is celebrated and valued. Teachers work hard to connect with whānau. Student work is shared through classroom blogs. Teachers have organised workshops using parent and whānau expertise with harakeke weaving leading up to matariki. Feedback from whānau has been positive.

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e-Learning tools

Sound recorderAudacityVoicethreadKupuSeesawGoogle translateGoogle Maps/EarthT.I.A Augmented RealityTellagamiKahootCode.org in te reo Māori

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Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes(Progress Outcome 1)

Links to Digital Technologies

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Digital tools for teaching and learning te reo MāoriTo develop te reo Māori, it's important to hear, read and use the language in a variety of contexts and situations. Consider how different tools can be used to develop reading, listening, writing, and speaking.Integrate digital technologies into your te reo Māori learning and curriculum goals.

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Te reo Māori is taught and used daily in the classrooms at Pegasus Bay School. Teachers agreed to plan 15 minute instructional lessons to make it manageable. They also include daily karakia, music, and games and identify features of their learning environment that reflect the culture of their learners and provide prompts to support using te reo Māori.

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Supporting Māori students through ako-e (e-learning)

Enabling e-Learning resources

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Designing rich learning tasks that utilise e-Learning tools to enable learners to be strong in their identity, language and culture

Become familar with digital tools, apps and resources that:share cultural stories, narratives and uncover local historiesenable students to capture and share their own pepeha, mihi and local storiesconnect learners with other learners and mentors, as well as connecting the community with schoolteach kupu hou (new words) te reo Māori and enable learners to read, listen, write in te reo Māori and other first languagesadopt teaching and learning pedagogies that support Māori achieving success as Māori

Supporting place-based education with digital technologies

Using digital technologies to support Māori learners

Connecting with families and communities of Pacific learners

See our resource on Using digital tools to celebrate whakawhanaungatanga

The principal, a student, and a teacher from Motu School talk about how technology has supported Māori achieving success as Māori within their school.

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We know Māori students do much betterwhen education reflects and values theiridentity, language and culture, and thisis a central focus within Ka Hikitia –Accelerating Success 2013–2017.Identity, language and culture count – knowing wherestudents come from and building on what students bringwith them. Productive Partnerships – Mäori students,whänau and educators sharing knowledge and expertisewith each other to produce better outcomes. Tātaiako

Local curriculum

Cultural capability

Ministry funded National PLD priorities

Digital Fluency

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Learning teaching - EmpoweringI regularly reflect on my use of digital technologies to ensure I am being culturally responsive.

Links to Enabling e-Learning Framework