Talofa lava, Kia ora, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Kia orana, Ni sa bula vinaka, Namaste, Malo e lelei, Kam na Mauri,Ia orana,Talofa koutou, Taloha ni and warm Pacific Greetings
PURPOSE:This wiki is intended to provide teachers of Pacific languages in Auckland, New Zealand with a forum for discussion, sharing resources, professional reading and inspiration. As a wikispace, active participation is encouraged. So please don't just browse, but add your own content to it as well.
As you know, MoE goals around Pacific education are grouped around the themes of:
Presence, Engagement & Achievement
The various pages in this wiki have been structured around these themes. I have inserted pages that I thought might be a useful starting point but being a wiki, feel free to add what you think will be useful. If you are new to wikis, please use the links below to guide your journey. Ia Manuia!
Wiki tutorials
Wiki Tricks
Wiki 201 - the next steps!
Preparing our Children for the 21st Century
Former Secretary for Education, Karen Sewell, explains the importance of building an education system that helps students learn how to learn and to manage the demands of a profoundly different world. ULearn Conference, Christchurch. 2008.

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Fa'afetai lava, Malo 'aupito, Meitaki maata & Fakaaue lahi
Siliva Gaugatao
Facilitator | Team Solutions | Faculty of Education (Epsom Campus) | The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Email: s.gaugatao@auckland.ac.nz
Online: http://www.teamsolutions.ac.nz