2020 Highlights

Issue: Volume 99, Number 20

Posted: 22 December 2020
Reference #: 1HAFrb

These were the articles and videos which resonated most with our readers in 2020.

Beyond Covid-19

Hauora top priority at Hastings Girls’ High School(external link)

From a place of care and whanaungatanga(external link)

What 2020 taught us(external link)

Silver lining to Covid disruptions(external link)

Coming out of Covid(external link)


 Support for educators during COVID-19(external link)

Sleep and student wellbeing(external link)

Arts support innovation and wellbeing(external link)

Schools welcome wellbeing resource(external link)

Integrating mindfulness into learning(external link)

Staying safe online

Youth Action Squad: empowering young people to stay safe online(external link)

Switching on safety for students learning at home(external link)

Life inside a bubble: The importance of maintaining social connections during physical isolation(external link)

Staying safe online(external link)

Putting cyber security on the agenda(external link)

Learner agency

Learner agency in school’s DNA(external link)

 Maker culture meets learner agency(external link)(external link)

Students make a splash in their local community(external link)

Taking science outside the classroom brings success(external link)

Students petition government to protect native fish(external link)

Local curriculum

Kāwhia School’s learning journey(external link)

Back to nature – and an authentic local curriculum(external link)

Bringing local curriculum into focus at Te Māhia School(external link)

Students make a splash in their local community(external link)

Outdoor classroom honours legacy(external link)

Digital technologies

Weaving digital futures(external link)

Combining Māori and digital worlds(external link) 

Teachers supported to embrace new technologies(external link)

Now is the future(external link)

Joining the dots – Innovative learning for a connected world(external link)

Māori learners

“We are kanohi ki te kanohi people”: keeping Māori students connected during Covid-19(external link)

Combining Māori and digital worlds(external link)(external link)

Helping tamariki and whānau to thrive (external link)

Ka Hikitia in action at Blomfield Special School(external link)(external link)

Gateway to identity and hope(external link)

Whanaungatanga at the heart of lockdown life(external link)

Pacific learners

Nurturing the vā: the importance of relationships in Pacific education(external link)

Pacific practices inform wellbeing resource(external link)

Delivering a vision for Pacific education(external link)

Pandemic no match for Pacific pride(external link) 

Pacific communities rise to challenge(external link)

Pathways to employment

Speed Meets help students find pathways to employment(external link)

Students’ horizons widened by e2e(external link)

Community initiative benefits at-risk youth(external link)

Building teamwork, resilience and positive relationships with Police(external link)

Imagine, Believe, Achieve – The programme that’s set to make a difference(external link)

BY Education Gazette editors
Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero, reporter@edgazette.govt.nz

Posted: 10:30 am, 22 December 2020

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