e-Learning activity - Exploring the Treaty of Waitangi.

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E-learning Activity Reference number: 3.2

e-Learning activity summary

Title: Exploring the Treaty of Waitangi.
2 - 3 hours
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Explore your understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi.

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Stimulus: Treaty of Waitangi cartoons Humour through cartoons (albeit sometimes controversial) is one way of exploring issues, events, and points of view relating to the Treaty.

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To help you articulate your own understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the application of this to your work context.

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:1. Reflect on a stimulus cartoon.
Choose one cartoon from the stimulus material to reflect on and consider the following questions:
  • Why did your chosen cartoon stand out for you?
  • How does this cartoon link to your current knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi?

2. Talk with colleagues
  • Talk further with colleagues and explore their thoughts on the Treaty of Waitangi and how they see the Treaty applying to their teaching practice.
  • Reflect on these discussions. How do your colleagues view points differ from each other and from your own thinking? Note your reflections in your learning journal.

3. Reflect on what you know
  • Reflect on what you initially recorded in the activity for What do you know about the Treaty?
  • Do you have more that you can now add to those notes?
  • Consider - Where are the gaps in your knowledge? Identify what you would like to know more about?

4. Plan for learning more
  • Explore ways that you can learn more about the Treaty of Waitangi.
  • Does your employer require you to have completed a Treaty of Waitangi course?
  • Find out how you can access courses locally.
  • List actions you intend to take to expand your understanding around the Treaty of Waitangi, including a planned timeframe.

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Learning outcome actions

  1. Expand on and collaboratively share aspects of your learning with others in the course using the Moodle Discussion forum.
  2. Collate evidence of your learning for your portfolio.Refer to the summary page for suggestions.
  3. Use the learning from this module to inform the development of your narrative (your practice story)for the portfolio.