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Students at Firth Primary School in Matamata developed fluency and confidence in te reo Māori using Photo Booth.

Tags: Learning languages | Multimedia – video | Middle primary | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Melville Intermediate School used Blogger to share their development of te reo Māori and receive feedback.

Tags: Distance learning | English | Learning languages | Blogging | Social media | Primary | Upper primary |

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Students from Melville Intermediate prepared and learnt their individual mihi in te reo Māori, then created videos to share their learning using Movie Maker.

Tags: English | Learning languages | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Melville Intermediate helped students from neighbouring Broadlands Primary School prepare and learn a short mihi using Skype.

Tags: Distance learning | English | Learning languages | Collaborative tools | Communication | Primary | Upper primary |

Polyfest provided Māngere College with the opportunity to re-think curriculum planning and design to improve student achievement results for NCEA.

Tags: English | Learning languages | Science | Social sciences | The Arts | Visual arts | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Secondary | Upper secondary |

At Taita College in Wellington's Lower Hutt, learning is authentic, future-focused, multidisciplinary, and culturally responsive.

Tags: Learning languages | Mathematics and statistics | Science | STEM/STEAM | Technology | The Arts | Tikanga Māori | Secondary |