Dagmar Dyck and Professor Peter O’Connor discuss the teaching and learning approaches to the unit of work, Making A Kahoa Kakala. They discuss the importance of bringing the outside world into the classroom and the importance of the teacher bringing her own life experience into the room too. Dagmar talks about Tapasā as a ‘way of being’ in a classroom.
SHARE YOUR TE RITO TOI STORY
Following the success of Te Rito Toi in the classroom, the Centre for Arts and Social Transformation has developed an online gallery to exhibit the outstanding work created by students and their teachers.
We hope to provide a space to celebrate the possibility and beauty of the arts to re-engage students with the wonder of learning.
We are keen to:
- gather videos or images of work created
- gather videos or images of the creative process.
TO SHARE YOUR WORK PLEASE CONTACT
Christa Napier-Robertson – CAST Research Assistant
For your creative work to be included in the online gallery please share it with Christa.
We are happy to provide assistance when sharing large video or image files if required.