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E tangi ana te ngākau ki tō tātou kaumātua, ki a Tuteira Pohatu, kua riro atu nei i te ringa kaha o Mate. Haere koe e te matua, e te pou whirinaki o ngā kaupapa mātauranga, haere ki tua o Paerau, ki tō okiokinga mutunga kore, ki konā whanga mai ai i te kauika tangata kua rite mō muri. Ko koe tēnā e te matua kua roa nei e tautoko ana i ngā kaupapa mātauranga, e awhi ana i te hunga whakaū i ngā mahi. Ko koe tēnā i ngā huihuinga o Te Poutama Tau, o Te Reo Pāngarau, o te marautanga tonu, e poipoi ana i ngā tāngata, e whakatau ana i te wairua māhaki kia pai ai te mahi tahi a ngā rōpū. Ahakoa kua ngaro atu koe i te tirohanga kanohi, ko ō mahuetanga iho ka tū tonu, ka tū tonu. Haere koe i tō haere, oti atu ki te kāpunipunitanga o ngā wairua. Otirā, koutou ngā mate huhua o te wā, haere koutou, haere koutou, haere atu rā.
With great sadness we farwell our kaumātua Tuteira Blackie Pohatu, who was mourned by many on his tipuna marae at Hiruharama on the East Coast at the beginning of July. Blackie has made a huge contribution to pāngarau and the wider Māori medium education sector over a long period of time. His support, his expertise, his considered comments and his gentle wairua will be sadly missed at future gatherings.
The geometry and measurement pathway in e-ako maths now includes 26 e-ako supporting the development of students' understanding of geometry and measurement.
Information for teachers is available on the Information about e-ako maths page and the site itself can be accessed by clicking on the image to the left.
He rauemi hou kua whakairia ki te wāhanga o ‘Rauemi Reo’. He whakaaturanga ā-ipurangi poto e hāngai ana ki ngā whārangi whakamārama o te pukapuka nei Tihei Pāngarau Te Tau me te Taurangi: Taumata 3.
A new resource has been added to the ‘Rauemi Reo’ section of our website. It is a series of short presentations relating to each of the ‘Hei Whakamārama’ sections of the publication Tihei Pāngarau Te Tau me te Taurangi: Taumata 3.
|The Junior Assessment of Mathematics (JAM) has been updated (19/9/13). The JAM assesses the achievement of a student in relation to levels one and two of The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) and the mathematics standards for years 1–3. The assessment consists of 11 modules. Each module can be used as a separate assessment, or the modules can be combined to provide a broader assessment.|
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