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Virtual Rumaki are online classes that support the learning of te Reo Māori and tikanga Māori. These classes have grown from a collaboration between four Gisborne area schools Motu, Waerenga o Kuri, Tiniroto and Waipaoa Stations who were part of an ICT professional learning cluster. We began working with their kaiako Julie O’Donnell as their contribution to participation in the VLN Primary School activities. Since this time Waipaoa Station school has closed but Koka Jules continues to work online with our growing roll of over 500 tamariki in schools across Aotearoa. Now that rural broadband has come to Whatatutu, Jules teaches our total immersion te Reo Māori classes. Koka Jules is a taonga to our schools. Whaea Ngawai is new to our team and teaches alongside Koka Jules from One Tree Point, Whangarei.

 Koka Jules 

Koka Jules
Whaea Ngawai
 
Whaea Ngawai

This project is supported by the Virtual Learning Network Primary School 

Te Ao Mātauranga – Tuwhera: Education – Open from Māori Language Commission on Vimeo.

(Our media starts at 1.30 on the timeline)

Virtual Rumaki

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