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    Turangawaewae - giving children a place to stand Mathematics through Manaakitanga   The car...esponsibilites of a teacher Respect is in the detail Creating a culture...

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  • Literacy and numeracy

    Competence in both mathematics and literacy begin in the same way: t...quo;s experiences, thinking and language. Professional development in...standing. Mathematics Quality language experiences with teachers who...ll-building: Using mathematical languag...y children; maintenance of home language...

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    Mathematics Do Re Mi - 1,2,3:  That's how easy maths can be:  Using music to support emergent mathematics - Geist, K. & Geist, E.A. (2008) Oral language Sharing spoken language:  Sounds,conversations and told stories - Birkmayer, J. Kennedy, A. & Stonehouse, A. (2010).

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  • Visible thinking for the 21st Century - From early childhood on

    Visible thinking for the 21st Century - From early childhood on

    Inspired by the Visible Thinking & Cultures of Thinking Approaches - Projet Zero (Harvard Un...to discuss how to make learning visible and build cultures of thinking from early child..... Key questions: How are we fostering thinking cultures...

  • Toddleriffic 2014

    Toddleriffic 2014

    This group has been established as a place for participants of Toddleriffic 2014 to...explored and consolidated insights into pedagogy and practice that supports culture, identity, partnership & social jus...

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  • One more look at Ka Hikitia - success for Maori

    This video interview with Whare Wano makes some useful paractical suggestions for ways teachers and teaching teams can reach out to Maori communities (and all communities). Although it is directed at schools the messages are just as relevant for early years services.  After watching the vid...

    Tags: Maori education, language culture and identity, partnership