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Mahuru/September 28: Mātauranga Maori

This workshop will explore what mātauranga Māori is, and how the models such as Te Whare Tapa Whā and the Ranga model can provide a framework for understanding and integrating relevant elements in an educational environment.

This workshop will virtually in Zoom. We will start promptly at 2:10 pm, feel free to join a few minutes before.

Join our Zoom link waikato.ac.nz/go/tahi

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Mahuru/September 21: Waikato History

The University of Waikato is unique among New Zealand universities in terms of the Māori context it rests within. This workshop will explore some significant events of the Māori history of the region, as well as the key contextual elements which contribute to this uniqueness of the university.

Watch the recording and download the slides.

Mahuru/September 16: Feedback for Assessment

Wasana Karunarathne explores aspects of student and teacher feedback literacy and the improvements in student work
Wasana Karunarathne and her co-author Tracii Ryan, are both from the University of Melbourne.

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Mahuru/September 14: Pepeha for Pākehā

Pepeha is a uniquely Māori way to reference identity – incorporating both whakapapa (genealogy) and geographical location, it is a very specific locator of who you are. This workshop will explore some ways that Pākehā (non-Māori) can develop authentic ways of identifying themselves which enhance identity connections.

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Hereturikōkā/August 31: 💡 Top tips from Te Puna Ako

Te Puna Ako staff share their top teaching technology tip.

This workshop will virtually in Zoom. We will start promptly at 2:10 pm, feel free to join a few minutes before.

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Hereturikōkā/August 26: Putting quizzes in lecture videos is easy - and students ❤️ it!

Online Assessment Strategies Series 2022

Presenter: Dan Weijers (School of Social Sciences – DALPSS)

Format: 20 minutes presentation, followed by discussion. Watch the recording.

Hereturikōkā/August 24: Zoom to Moodle

Learn how to automatically move zoom recordings to the Panopto block.

This workshop will virtually in Zoom. We will start promptly at 2:10 pm, feel free to join a few minutes before.

Join our Zoom link waikato.ac.nz/go/tahi

Hereturikōkā/August 10: 🚀 Boosting evaluations

Do you want to increase the amount of feedback you get from students?

To access the recording of this session click here.