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  1. wn@aotea.school.nz' Brad Williamson says:

    Thanks,
    Good to see the learnings of Kia Eke Panuku / Te Kotahitanga coming through the Core Ed blog.
    TBH – take every opportunity.
    TBH You were awesome at the awards ceremony.
    TBH – Kapa Haka group was so committed
    TBH – Pro
    TBH – Manaakitanga, teaching Kapa o Aotea to all the year 9s
    We need to teach how to write, how to read, how to learn but also create a new story as committed, generous learners that people admire.

    1. Janelle Riki-Waaka says:

      Kia ora Brad,
      Thanks for reading and thanks for your comment. Couldn’t agree more! Feelings of success breed more success! Let’s celebrate all of the skills and attributes and passions of our learners and re-write the ‘must be good at’ story! TBH educators with your philosophy is who I want teaching our tamariki. Kei te mihi aroha ki a koe e hoa.

  2. mamaleebidois@gmail.com' Lee-Anne Bidois says:

    What a fantastic blog…we should ask Te Mihinga Komene for a Te Reo equivalent… I’m sharing with our maori student achievement team…

    1. mamaleebidois@gmail.com' Lee-Anne Bidois says:

      I mean an equivilent to the TBH acronym!

    2. janelle.riki-waaka@core-ed.org' Janelle Riki-Waaka says:

      Kia ora e hoa,

      Āe, pai te whakaaro! Ka pātai au ki a Temihinga! Thanks for reading and sharing. Ngā mihi nui.

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