Developing your KC' s as a leader (Using language, symbols & texts…
Developing your KC' s as a leader
Relating to others
Ahurea Tuakiri- Cultural Identity
Acknowledging that not only does each person have their own Whare Tapa Wha - but so does each class, school, whānau, hapu, iwi, group, organisation, community, country.
With learners, whanau & colleagues
participating and contributing
sharing ideas and thoughts indivdually or in groups
Extra curricular activities - sportscultural/arts
Building self confidence
encouraging to participate in different topic conversations with peers
Allowing tamariki to be involved in cultural groups with no pressure to perform if they are not performers. Not all tamariki are comfortable on stage - this should not be held against them - many are willing to be a part of a cultural group if there is no pressure to perform on stage - many will eventually stand to perform of their own violation
Developing a sense of belonging and confidence to participate within a range of contexts.
Using language, symbols & texts
Interpretation of words, numbers, movement, images, metaphor & technologies in a range of contexts.
Modeling correct use?
People's understanding & the way they respond to communications.
critical thinking tasks
Ask good questions
look at opposing view points
Encourage students to reflect on their own learning (meta cognition)
Engage or ignite curiosity about the subject matter.
Provide opportunities and tasks to help scaffold reflection