Waka Tīwai

Learning together

Waka Tīwai were every-day waka. They were used often and were ideal for moving small groups of people – like our regional network hui. They were also used for recreation, which reflects our desire to enjoy what we are participating in.

Waka Tīwai supports the growth of regional networks for educators enabling them to network and collaborate together as a community of learners, growing regional capability to meet the needs of gifted learners. The regional network consists of face to face hui and online collaboration and are focused on practical support for classroom practice.

Waka Tīwai networks are in operation in the following regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Canterbury, Manawatu, Northland, Taranaki, Waikato, Wakatipu & Wellington.

Once hui details are confirmed the registration links can be found below. Invitations to the Gifted Aotearoa online workspace are sent upon hui registration. 

REGION

HUI DETAILS

LINK TO REGISTER

National Online

 

Hui 2: Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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TERM 1, 2021 HUI DETAILS WILL BE FINALISED AND POSTED HERE SOON - KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR INBOX

 

Auckland 1

Hui 6: Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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Auckland 2

Hui 6: Term 1, 2020 details TBC

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Canterbury

Hui 6: Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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Manawatu

Hui 6: Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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Northland

Hui 2: Hui 2, 2021 details TBC

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Waikato

Hui 6 - Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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Wakatipu

Hui 6 - Term 1, 2021 details TBC

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Wellington

Hui 6 - Term 1, 2020 details TBC

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E raka te mauī, e raka te katau.
A community can use all the skills of its people.

Contact Gifted Aotearoa: giftedaotearoanz@gmail.com