Tuia ā tātou kōrero
Learning resources to support kaiako can be accessed from the Tuia Mātauranga page on Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI). The resources will help kaiako build rich learning opportunities using inquiry-based learning for ākonga.
For each of the topics, Voyaging, First Encounters, NZ History, and Legacy of Learning, the following is available:
Learning maps, showing the alignment with Te Whāriki and the NZ Curriculum
Conceptual understandings, key ideas underpinning the themes of the Tuia Mātauranga education programme
Early learning inquiry questions, for provoking ideas and discussions that lead to further learning opportunities
Years 1 – 10 inquiry questions.
Also available for kaiako in early learning on Te Whāriki Online is a Story of Practice illustrating how two services have used elements of Tuia Mātauranga in designing focus areas for a local curriculum
Inquiry-based learning questions
A series of questions has been developed to stimulate deeper thinking by children and young people within their local environment. These inquiry-based learning questions align with the programme themes of globalisation, enterprise, citizenship, and sustainability, and will be explored in the following topics.
Term 1: Voyaging
Term 2: First Encounters
Term 3: New Zealand History
Term 4: Legacy of Learning, including the environment, and building and maintaining relationships.
The questions are designed to be part of more in-depth inquiries into voyaging, first encounters, New Zealand history, and a shared future throughout the year. Exemplars for cross-curricular teaching and learning will be available to support teachers for different levels of the curriculum.
Download the complete list of Tuia Mātauranga IBL questions (PDF, 692KB).
As part of Tuia Mātauranga, the Ministry and National Library of New Zealand have worked in partnership to develop a set of Tuia Mātauranga Curiosity Cards, intended to spark student inquiry about the multiple histories that have formed our nation, and to encourage discussion about our rich histories and our national identity.
Each card includes:
an image of a New Zealand historic item, place, event, or person
fertile questions in English and te reo Maōri to inspire inquiry about the image and its wider story
a link to more related online resources to explore on the DigitalNZ website.
The Curiosity Cards are available from the National Library website.