We want to help New Zealanders have conversations about the future of education and learning wherever they feel most comfortable. Maybe it’s with the people you work with, your classmates, or with a community group. It’s over to you.
We’ve produced 3 tools to help you do this:
Co-design workshop tool, designed for about 80 people, taking 2-3 hours. This tool requires you to access the Summit speakers’ videos. It includes guidance about hosting and facilitating a workshop.
Kei te hiahia mātou kia mārama, ā, kia rangona hoki ngā reo, ngā moemoeā me ngā mahi a Ngāi Māori mō Kōrero Mātauranga. Kei te hiahia mātou kia mōhio ki ngā whakaaro o ngā whānau, ngā hapū me ngā iwi mo te mātauranga. Ko tā mātou e hiahia nei ko te pūnaha mātauranga e tuku ana i ngā tutukitanga pai ake a te Māori, me tōna pai anō kia anga mai ngā tamariki me ngā rangitahi katoa.
Hei mea āwhina, kua whakaritea kia reo Māori ngā rauemi whakawhiti kōrero e toru nei:
Ngā Kāri Tīmata Whakawhiti Kōrero e wātea ana ki te reo Māori. Kei te whai mātou kia oti ngā whakaupoko reo Māori mō ngā ataata kaikōrero.
Ko te tūmanako ka whai whakawhiti kōrero pai koutou ki tō koutou kura, wāhi mahi, hapori rānei, ā, kei te anga atu mātou ki te wā ka rongohia ā kōutou whakaaro.
The tools come with a simple feedback form to send back to firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, you don’t have to use the form; you can just email us with your group’s thoughts.
Thank you for holding an education conversation. We really appreciate what you are doing.
We hope your conversation goes well. We look forward to receiving your feedback and hearing about how it went.
Your contribution, and that of your participants, is really important to us as we begin to build the world’s best education and learning system for all New Zealanders.