Manaiakalani Ambassadors

Twelve young people representing each of our 12 schools shared a presentation with us of how they have experienced the Manaiakalani 
"Learn, Create, Share"
pedagogy in a specific curriculum area this year.

Personal blogs
Serenity             TKKM o Puau
Lanesa               Stonefields School
Seini                    Pt England School
Wilhelmina        Sommerville School
Athens                Ruapotaka School
Heather              Glen Innes School
Daniel                 Panmure Bridge School
Lusia                   St PIus X School
Leo                     Tamaki College
Aaliyahna           Glenbrae School
Losana               Tamaki Primary School
Philomena         St Patricks School
Honey                 Glen Taylor School

Videos of Ambassadors

When: Friday August 25 2017

Time: 8.30am - 4.00pm

Where: Panmure Yacht Club

Twitter Hashtag: #manaiakalani



Mihi Whakatau
Manaiakalani Ambassadors

Morning Tea

Woolf Fisher Research Centre
"Engaging with Learn Create Share: Effort, empowerment and evidence."


Manaiakalani Outreach update - Pat Snedden

Social time with teachers joining who could not be there during the day

Spark- Manaiakalani Innovative Teachers 2017

Spark Foundation have again supported MET to provide an opportunity for experienced teachers in Manaiakalani schools to inquire into their own practice using the digital learning environments and tools current in our schools to accelerate the outcomes of our learners.

The five local Spark-MIT teachers for 2017 each shared their findings to date with us.

Sandy Lagitupu      Pt England School

Dot Apelu                Tamaki College

Angela Moala          Pt England School

Hinerau Anderson  Tamaki College

Troy England           Papakura High School

Video of Presentation by Rebecca Jesson