Learn, create, share
Our pedagogy ‘Learn, Create, Share’ puts our young people at the very centre of their learning.

Teaching and learning is clearly the umbrella mechanism to activate and sustain the pedagogy, which is essential for learning, whānau engagement and device readiness. There is an expectation that participants will constantly reflect on how well they are doing in relation to the Learn Create Share pedagogy. This pedagogy drives toward visible and ubiquitous learning, strong learner agency and connectedness to grow knowledge.

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Here it is explained through song by Casey, Tanielu, Moses and other Year 8 learners at Pt England School, along with a little help from friends at Tamaki Primary School, St Pius X School, Tamaki College, Glenbrae School, Panmure Bridge School and Tamaki Intermediate. Casey and friends wrote the song as part of an Inquiry into Space.

Watch the song


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How do we ReTool school to make it engaging, empowering and success making?

At the same time how do we guarantee equity and access so that what our government calls “priority learners”, have the same opportunities for 3rd millennium citizenship as everybody else?
   

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In 2018 the first cohort of Manaiakalani learners to experience learning with their own digital device have graduated from college and entered the workforce, training and tertiary study. 
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Student Achievements

 

 

 

We have always invested in research to measure the effectiveness of our pedagogy. The research to date shows the strong improvement in learning outcomes 

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The Manaiakalani Programme began life as an EHSAS cluster in 2007, and evolved into an ICT PD cluster in 2010, funded solely by the Ministry of Education and Cluster schools. 

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