The biggest problem mother of six Michelle Toko has is not getting her children to do their homework but limiting the time they spend doing it. “I’m just glad my kids don’t mind sharing,” she says, referring to the two Chromebooks the family owns through Taitokerau Education Trust's lease to buy … [Read more...]
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How and why did you come to be involved with Taitokerau Education Trust? I belong to Te Puawai Cluster. We are a group of like-minded principals who share the same vision and consideration for Māori succeeding as Māori. We formed an unofficial cluster five years ago. Leanne Otene who, at the … [Read more...]
How and why did you come to be involved with Taitokerau Education Trust? It goes back to a Northland community leaders seminar in 2012. At the time I was working for Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua, one of the three Iwi who had built and commissioned a fibre optic network to directly connect Whangarei … [Read more...]
Our cluster of low decile Northland schools is on track to outperform many of our higher decile counterparts across the country through digital learning. Students in the Te Puawai cluster - which includes Manaia View School, Whau Valley Primary, Te Kura o Otangarei, Whangarei Intermediate, … [Read more...]
Three Year 13 pupils from 'future focused' Hobsonville Point Secondary in Auckland explain in a NZ Herald article why they are passionate and excited about the suggested changes to NCEA. This is a very good read for parents and whanau who may have concerns about a digital learning environment … [Read more...]