Mātauranga and the Living World
Teachers, register below to join this free online professional learning session on Thursday 21 November 4:00–4:45 pm.
Join Greta Dromgool from the Science Learning Hub as she explores mātauranga resources related to the Living World.
The Hub has a growing collection of articles, activities and interactives related to mātai koiora/biology. In this session we will discover resources on topics such as ngā hekaheka/fungi, ngā pepe/moths and rongoā that have been designed to build your knowledge and confidence to incorporate mātauranga Māori into your teaching. Several of these resources are available in te reo Māori.
This session will be in te reo Pākehā and will be of interest to teachers of all levels.
You will be sent a reminder email before the webinar.
We will be using Zoom, and you can connect to our live session using this link:
. For more information on using Zoom, see our article Introducing our PLD (
All those who answer the questions in the registration form, attend the live webinar and participate in the follow-up discussion in our Slack forum (
) will receive a certificate.
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We would like to acknowledge your prior understanding in this professional learning webinar. Please answer the questions below about the upcoming session.
If you are teaching at a school, what level(s) are you teaching?
How confident are you including mātauranga Māori in your programme?
A moderate amount of confidence
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What questions do you have about mātauranga Māori?
How often do you use the Science Learning Hub?
A moderate amount
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How did you hear about this PLD session?
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