Strengthening progress through practice

Information for kaiako to lay the groundwork for learning and notice, recognise and respond to children’s progress within the framework of 'Te Whāriki'
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"Kōwhiti Whakapae has the potential to impact teaching and learning in powerful ways"
Tara McLaughlin
(Associate Professor)
Te Kunenga Ki Pūrehuroa • Massey University
teacher playing outside with two young children
"Kōwhiti Whakapae offers tools that help kaiako support all mokopuna to know their own cultures, languages and identities are valued in their early childhood context."
Sue Cherrington
(Associate Professor)
Victoria University of Wellington • Te Herenga Waka
Teacher playing with children over garden