Tawa Intermediate/Te Tiriti O Waitangi
|Timeline||Timeline with interactives and quizes||Treaty Timeline|
|Timeline||Interactive timeline with a quiz, general questions relating to NZ history and citizenship||TKI Timeline|
|NZ History|| This is a comprehensive website which students and teachers can easily use. Read about the background of the Treaty and the Treaty timeline. Looking for answers to specific questions? If so visit the FAQ section which answers common questions in a succinct easy manner. For each section of the site there are suggested activities for the classroom and there is an NCEA link for history.
||NZ History Online|
|Waitangi tribunal|| This website effectively answers queries based around the Waitangi Tribunal. Visitors to the website can visit three sections of the website to learn about the claims process, inquiries and view reports. There is also a very helpful section on information for schools which covers frequently asked questions regarding the Waitangi Tribunal and claims. Another gem for the classroom is a section of resource kits for schools, these cover scenarios based on claims.
|Treaty Settlements||This is a great beginning for researching about the Treaty of Waitangi. There are four titles used as a search engine.||Treaty|
|Trail of Waitangi|| If you are looking for a detailed timeline dating before the signing of the Treaty to the travels of the Treaty, this is a great website. This is helpful if students or teachers are looking to focus on certain points.
|Library Resource|| This website covers the same background and facts that many of the others do. However, a point of difference is its insight into the aftermath of the signing, such as what was not honoured and disputes between Maori and the Crown.
|Te Papa|| The online part of the permanent exhibition on the Treaty of Waitangi in Te Papa, this site highlights the eyewitness accounts of the Treaty signing, explains the translation and provides a very comprehensive timeline of New Zealand history.
|Waitangi Trust|| Recently updated, this site provides basic information about the history and taonga of the Treaty Grounds. Teachers can download a PDF document with information on how to book and prepare for a visit to the Treaty Grounds.
|Indigenous Peoples|| Upper secondary students can use this site to access academic opinion on issues around the law and indigenous people. This article is on values and ethics in Maori research, especially the work of the Waitangi Tribunal.
|TOW Programme|| Treaty of Waitangi Information Programme website