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Game development not stopping teens in lockdown

Wellington-based game development team GameFroot has not allowed the Level Four lockdown to discontinue their work. NCEA accredited and used by schools around the country, GameFroot have been working hard to allow school children to...

Teaching Biodiversity Within the Home

Even if your little one is tugging on your arm, begging you to take them to the nearest lake, beach or forest – you can still learn about the great outdoors from your indoor...

Social Media Posting – How You Can Play Your Part

With all the uncertainty around COVID-19 and the great many changes happening across the country, it’s no wonder there are so many anxious, stressful and nerve-wracking social media postings at the moment. For parents and...

Playtime for you and your child during ‘school hours’

The past few days parents across the country have been thrown in the deep end, having to teach their children remotely. But that’s not all – children need to be entertained too. So how...

New Soft Toy Assists with Learning Te Reo Maori From Home

With over 75 key Māori words and phrases, the Original Talking Tiki aims to make the Māori language more accessible to children and adults and provide them with a way to learn entry level...

Zespri Young and Healthy Virtual Adventure

The Young and Healthy 2019 Trust is excited to have launched the Zespri Young and Healthy Virtual Adventure led by a star cast of NZ’s sporting elite, ASICS Ambassadors; Ardie Savea, Kane Williamson, Ameliaranne...

The battle of the lunchbox

There’s a battle going on that won’t be on the news tonight, yet mums and dad around the world know it all too well. I’m talking, of course, about the battle of the lunchbox. Every...

Vegan butchering and other future skills: what will you need?

How we work and what work looks like looks set to change markedly in the near future with five million jobs looking set to be lost to automation by 2025. This doesn’t mean we all...

Maths is everywhere!

In a Porirua classroom, Dr Jodie Hunter tells a class of Year 3 and 4 students that her grandmother wants to make a tivaevae using a pattern from a cushion cover and doesn’t know...

New resource for teachers on Asia-Pacific region

A new website is helping teachers share more Asia-Pacific learning aims to develop students with global competence, prepared to take on the regions’ vast opportunities and live and work in different cultures. Te Whai Toi...

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