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Where we get to the core of parent questions about education and learning! Featuring Dr. Megan Allen, NBCT, the owner/operator of The Community Classroom tutoring center. Each Tuesday the podcast will tackle a different parent or caregiver question about education and learning by those who know best: teachers!
 
Education to the Core: Where the Primary Things Are is a podcast where we strive to improve the lives of every primary educator and learner. Our goal is to provide top-notch resources created by our community of master teachers to help supplement everyday lesson plans. These resources are designed by teachers for teachers, to guarantee a focus on the student. Our podcast will include tips and tricks to use within and out of the classroom, classroom management skills, light hearted stories an ...
 
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“Ahakoa te rā kotahi, ko ngā āhuatanga i ahu mai i te Tiriti ka pā mai ki a tātou ia rā o te tau.”Nō reira, me aha tātou e noho ai te Tiriti ki te puna o te whakaaro i roto i ā tātou mahi katoa?I tā mātou pāhōrangi hōu, ka matapaki a Tākuta Hana O’Regan rāua ko Leah Te Whata i ētahi kōrero āwhina, whakahihiri anō hoki mā roto i ngā poutama e toru:M…
 
"Te Tiriti o Waitangi is not something that can be put on a shelf and taken off once a year".So how do you enact the Treaty every day? Why is this important?In our latest podcast, Dr Hana O'Regan and Leah Te Whata discuss practical and inspirational advice about enacting te Tiriti o Waitangi, in 3-steps: Develop a mindset. Design an equitable plan.…
 
Questions from schools answered by Sorcha and Aurelie from School Strike 4 Climate, Wellington1. Tell us about School Strike 4 Climate. How did the strikes go? What was the feeling amongst the people gathered there? Was it effective?2. What motivated you to become part of School Strike 4 Climate?3. What decisions have you made about how you live in…
 
Questions from schools answered by Duane Wilkins from LINZ.1. What can satellites show us about the effect of corona virus on the World?2. What different views of the World can satellites show or measure - infra-red, temperature and what else?3. Can you measure the hole in the ozone layer and has it changed over New Zealand?4. What affects on the e…
 
Questions from schools answered by Dr James Renwick and Dr Dave Frame, both Victoria University Climate Scientists on the International Panel for Climate Change (IPCC).1. What year do you think most people "got" Climate Change?2. Who were the first groups? Who will be the last? When did scientists "get it"?3. Is there really an irreversible date fo…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by NZ historians and archaeologists:1. How do you think all the history that has been explored about Ahuahu will be shared with others in the future?2. How long will it be until other native and protected animals come to live safely on Ahuahu?3. Can you tell us how you think archaeology will change …
 
The following questions from schools are answered by NZ historians and archaeologists:1. Out of all the plant life and animal life, how native is Great Mercury Island?2. With the 23 pā sites discovered, there must have been a lot of people living on the island, are there estimated numbers of the amount of early settlers?3. How have argentine ants a…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by NZ historians and archaeologists:1. Why did people decide to do archaeology on Ahuahu in the first place?2. How will Ahuahu being pest-free affect people and the environment on the mainland?3. Are there any other threats of invasive insects affecting Great Mercury Island? If so, what are they?4. …
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Ben from Sustainable Coastlines:1. How is it decided where a marine reserve goes?2. Who is responsible for ensuring marine reserves are kept safe?3. Can people fish and do recreational activities in the marine reserve?4. Are there any special rules people need to follow at the marine reserve?5. H…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Ben from Sustainable Coastlines:1. What is citizen science?2. If we see someone breaking the rules of a Marine Reserve, what should we do?3. Can we as kids make a real difference when commercial fishing has such an impact and also other countries aren’t as careful with plastic as we are in nz4. H…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Ben from Sustainable Coastlines:1. Is Kapiti Island like the mainland used to be, in terms of birds and animals?2. When and where was NZ's first Marine Reserve established?3. How many species of animals are there on the island ?4. How many species of endangered birds are there?5. Do they ship fis…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by volcanologists and an iwi-based researcher:1. We saw a GNS video on measuring sulfate and chloride ions in the crater lake. Do geologists measure these in Lake Taupō to track activity? 2. How can we tell if a supervolcano is in a building phase, “potentially culminating, at some undetermined poin…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by volcanologists and an iwi-based researcher:1. How many people would be involved in the monitoring (watching or studying) of the volcanoes in New Zealand?2. Does ash freeze if it is too high in the atmosphere?3. What technology do you think will be available in 50 year's time to monitor volcanoes …
 
The following questions from schools are answered by volcanologists and an iwi-based researcher:1. How is a supervolcano formed?2. What causes a supervolcano to erupt and how much damage can that cause?3. What makes tectonic plates move?4. How does a pyroclastic flow stop?5. How can the Taupō supervolcano help us to understand volcanoes better?6. H…
 
The following questions from schools were answered by Millie from Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand:1. Is the person that built the Stone Store related to you? If they are, what do you know about them?2. What career pathway did you take to get this job?3. When was the land discovered and settled by Māori and Europeans?4. What was the population a…
 
The following questions from schools were answered by Bill from Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand:1. What does the word "heritage" mean to you?2. How do you put a value on heritage items? 3. What is your favourite "item" of your heritage that is physical?4. What is your favourite "item" of your heritage that is intangible? 5. What do you think is…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Marine Ecologist Leigh Tait:1. Are there still problems and threats within our marine reserves?2. Have there been any noticeable effects from climate change in and around the harbour?3. How many fish, for example snapper, would be a sustainable recreational limit and should there also be a size l…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Marine Researcher Dr Kura Paul-Burke1. Is the Rena oil spill still affecting the wildlife in New Zealand?2. We are more aware that plastic is polluting our oceans, is what we are doing making a difference?3. Are there more whale standings happening and are we, as humans making that happen?4. Wher…
 
The following questions from schools are answered by Marine Researcher Dr Kura Paul-Burke1. What are some species that live in Ōhiwa Harbour?2. Where does the fresh water that enters the harbour come from?3. How do animals live in estuaries if they consist of salt and fresh water?4. What are the non-living elements of the harbour ecosystem?5. What …
 
The following questions are answered:1. Once the landfill is covered with soil what happens?2. Do you think New Zealanders are making a conscious effort to manage household/industry waste etc or is it getting worse because of the amount of rubbish that we have?3. Why do you think so many restaurants and businesses still use and sell plastic product…
 
The following questions are answered:1. What is the dirt like underneath the rubbish at the landfill? 2. What is the layer separating the rubbish from the ground made out of?3. How does the rubbish at the landfill affect the natural environment around the landfill? 4. What can be done if water near a landfill gets leachate in it?5. How do you bury …
 
The following questions are answered:1. How was the Kate Valley Landfill created?2. What is the difference between the Kate Valley landfill and other New Zealand landfills?3. How much rubbish goes to the landfill a day? How much rubbish has gone into the Kate Valley landfill since it was first developed?4. What do you do at Kate Valley to make sure…
 
The following questions are answered:1. Why are green apples sour?2. How can you tell the difference between an apple tree and another tree when there are no apples on it?3. How many varieties of apples are there in the world?4. Apart from red and green apples, do apples come in any other colour?5. How does the apple develop on the branch of a tree…
 
The following questions are answered:1. How do you think this project (and this field trip) will change society?2. How will this online trip help our learning?3. How do you check for pests?4. How successful are the pest control measures?5. What is the most common apple disease?6. How many trees are lost per year?7. Tell us more about the robot appl…
 
The following questions are answered:1. How did your business start and what sustainable practices do you have?2. How do you choose your workers and how many do you have?3. What are the main roles that staff have and what qualifications do they need?4. How do you transport the apples so they don't get bru5. ised?5. How long does it take for a seed …
 
I have a special treat for us in this episode! I brought the entire team of our monthly Social Studies units in to chat! That’s right the entire team is here to talk about everything Social Studies! Hear about why these units came to be…as well as other topics like what is included in this resource? How do we teach it? Why we should be teaching soc…
 
The following questions are answered: 1. What are the differences between a normal earthquake and an Alpine Fault earthquake?2. Will a tsunami happen if the Alpine Fault ruptures? If so, will it be different to other tsunamis? How and why?3. How do we prepare for a one in every 300 year event?4. Tsunamis, floods and the White Island eruption are al…
 
The following questions are answered:1. We have watched animations of P waves and S waves and I was wondering what is the formula you use to measure the distance of an earthquake epicentre from a specific point?2. With Scientists, Geologists and Seismologists: how do their jobs differ and how do they work together on earthquakes in New Zealand?3. I…
 
The following questions are answered:1. When the Earth had Pangaea as one land mass, what was the rest of the Earth 'held together' with? (we're thinking about the fact that if all the plates started there, what was the rest of the Earth made up of? If it was plates too, did they merge or meld together?2. What makes a continent a continent?3. Have …
 
Forming a community I think is one of every teacher’s goals within their classrooms. Community begins a level of trust and rapport building among you and your students as well as student to student. Relationships are nurtured, students begin to take risks and open up both emotionally and academically. However, this doesn’t happen overnight. The top…
 
Gemma Stewart and Hana O’Regan share a kōrero on the revitalisation of te reo Māori, how this has impacted culture, historically and today. They talk about the challenges of normalising te reo, noting if you “build stepping stones with words” you can “erode the fear factor”.Kirjoittanut CORE Education
 
“Start in your heart.” Gemma Stewart and Rebbecca Sweeney talk about the importance of knowing your “why” when learning te reo Māori. They also note that positive experiences create positive attachments, so it’s helpful to approach learning te reo “with the mindset of having fun with it”.Kirjoittanut CORE Education
 
The following questions are answered: 1. What is the difference between GPS and GIS? 2. How can the weather affect the RCCNZ’s searches? 3. Do search and rescue use a GPS or some sort of tracking device just in case you get lost?4. How do you train search and rescue dogs and what is the best breed for search and rescue? 5. How long does it take for…
 
The following questions are answered by outdoor experts:1. What is the success rate for rescues?2. What technology do you use when there is a power cut, or no nearby electrical source?3 Is your equipment waterproof, what else proof?4. What equipment do you use? Vocab: Ortho-rectified aerial images5. Do you ever save animals, do you need to use diff…
 
The following questions are answered:1. When you create a map how do you know things are in the right place? Vocab: Ortho-rectified aerial image.2. What are the different types of maps, and how would each one help?3. How do you use a compass in the right way? Vocab: Bearing. Note: Map north is different from magnetic (compass) north. 4. How do you …
 
Are you ready to take care of yourself this school year? Yes, that may involve some mental health days. However, are you worried about the time required to create all of those sub-plans?!? Stop right there because I am about to share Sarah Cason’s “Prepping for a Sub in 15 Minutes or Less”. Yes, you heard that correctly…only 15 minutes! So if you a…
 
The following questions about tsunami are asked and answered:1. You have called the field trip lessons from the Chathams, so what is the number one lesson that you can share with us about tsunami in Aotearoa New Zealand?2. What mātauranga Māori can you share about natural hazards like tsunami in Aotearoa?3. What area of Aotearoa is at most risk of …
 
Do you feel that your students need some additional practice in their listening skills? Haha… I know right? Who doesn’t?!? Some students may struggle with listening and focusing on a speaker while understanding and comprehending what they heard. Perhaps that student isn’t a true behavior problem, they just didn’t hear your directives. Suzanne Kelle…
 
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