Term Four 2023: Website Updates and New Resources

Term Four 2023: Website Updates and New Resources

Term Four 2023

Our website continues to be updated with new resources, stories and events. This post is a snapshot of some of the content that has been added recently.

Click on the bold text or titles below to visit the pages.

NZAEE Spotlights: New and Updated

English Curriculum for Te Taiao, by teacher and poet Nicola Easthope, exploring opportunities for environmental education within the refreshed secondary English curriculum.

Kōanga | Spring Inspiration spotlight has recently been updated with content and events related to this term.

Connecting to Place, Mātauranga Māori and Histories also continues to be updated with new and relevant content.

New Teaching Resources

Marine Biosecurity classroom module

Tangata Whenua Place Names maps - recently updated and available as posters or digital

Poster: Ko wai kei te repo? Who is in the wetland? From Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research

Garden to Table: Deep Pockets Financial Literacy Resources - this link takes you to a form to download the resource

Science Learning Hub: Maramataka article

Professional Learning Resources

Te Whakatika Journal: Spring 2023
Articles include: Whakapapa and the Outdoors, Histories of EONZ and NZAEE, Risky Play, Intergenerational Learning with Enviroschools and Seaweek. 

Education Gazette Article: Learning in a Local Context - connecting ākonga to environmental challenges in Marlborough.

The  White Tears of Taranaki article by Sarah Hopkinson, reckoning with her history and looking for links of compassion and love to find a future for dairy farming.

Mātauranga Māori in Education, Education Hub webinar recording with Dr Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal (Marutūahu, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngā Puhi).

What is a knowledge system? Pauline Waiti and Rosemary Hipkins explore examples from science and mātauranga Māori in this Science Learning Hub webinar recording.

Climate Advocacy and Professional Learning

Aotearoa Climate Education Coalition (ACEC)
The newly-launched website of ACEC features a position paper on transformative education for a climate changing Aotearoa New Zealand. It has been a collaborative effort of many people working in climate change education including several from NZAEE, which began as a way of connecting and sharing, and has evolved as we saw an urgent need for a collective vision, coherent policy design and immediate actionable plans for education. 

Here are a few recent resources we recommend checking out:

UN Committee on the Rights of the Child - General Comment no 26: Children’s rights and the environment, focus on climate change

Climate Transition: Guidance for Boards of Trustees, Rachel Bolstad NZCER

Climate Club Aotearoa