Ppt on new zealand culture for kids

Procuring Green Construction Innovations PhD project in New Zealand Anne Staal 1Hobbiton Maori ‘food baskets’ Maori “Gateway” in CBD Understanding Small.

, MA, DMS, MBA Dutch; married, 2 kids. 5 Doing a PhD is not fair weather sailing 6 Abstract Construction industries in New Zealand and abroad have a low track record for successful sustainable innovations. This often has a negative /productivity issues. Limited trust. High risks.  Not (very) innovative e.g. due to project-nature, complex relationships, make-to- order, culture (See e.g. Hinton, Vrijhoef, Sheffer & Levitt).  Environmentally unsustainable: 40% of resources, 30% of energy consumption & CO2, 25/


A Post-colonial frame for the Pacific.  NZ author (born in Wgtn, 1955)  Ex –journalist, consultant; well-travelled; interests – sport and popular culture.

for Best Book, 2007 Montana Medal for fiction and Montana Readers Choice Award, shortlist of the 2007 Man Booker Prize, Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers Residency, 2008 Kiriyama Pacific Prize for fiction, 2008 Prime Ministers Award for Literary Achievement, 2008 Arts Foundation Laureate Award and an Antarctica New Zealand/ there. I knew that orphaned white kid and that small, fragile place he/ stories; pigeon English;cockney 3. Technology vs. Traditional Culture Mine, choppers vs jungle, fishing 4. God vs./


I DON ’ T WANT TO TICK THE BOX : N OT BEING STRAIGHT IN THE NEW GENERATION Tiffany Apaitia-Vague Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki, New Zealand.

their final year of study based in New Zealand, aged between 20 and 32. Used a narrative methodology (Hollway and Jefferson, 2000) and nVivo for thematic analysis. S EXUAL F LUIDITY/partner’s expression of sex and sexuality are just aspects of that person such as ethnicity, culture, religions, profession etc. are. So Ill tick the "interested in people" box”. Matt/ guess its up to you really" and I just think if she wants kids then she wants kids and thats up to her and her partner. But I think she was /


VOT NO: 68708. Acknowledgement We would like to confer our appreciation for the financial award, co-operation and support we have received during the.

included: training in the administration of the surveys; data gathering; etiquette for approaching potential respondents; and etiquette when working within crowded commercial environments such /Across the World 21 Country (Year)Sample (Pop & Size) Segmentation Group New Zealand (1996) Cross country n = 3773 1.Family values people 2.Conservative/ and culture Love knowledge Deep person Enjoy colorful life The thinker Mostly live in Zone 1 & Zone 2, Age < 45 Both genders, Single & Married with < 3 Kids Majority/


2007 by The Education Trust, Inc. Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2006 Prepared by the Education Trust December 2007.

of Highest-Performing* Students PISA 2003 Mathematics Source: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), PISA 2003 Results, /cultural status. 2007 by The Education Trust, Inc. And after separating our students into SES quartiles… Our lowest-SES kids are not as disadvantaged as the lowest-SES kids in many other countries Our highest-SES kids are more advantaged than the highest-SES kids/ Japan Finland Australia New Zealand 2007 by The Education Trust, Inc. Myth #5 American kids just don’t /


A Post-colonial frame for the Pacific.  NZ author (born in Wellington, 1955)  Ex –journalist, consultant; well-travelled; interests – sport and popular.

for Best Book, 2007 Montana Medal for fiction and Montana Readers Choice Award, shortlist of the 2007 Man Booker Prize, Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers Residency, 2008 Kiriyama Pacific Prize for fiction, 2008 Prime Ministers Award for Literary Achievement, 2008 Arts Foundation Laureate Award and an Antarctica New Zealand/ there. I knew that orphaned white kid and that small, fragile place he/ stories; pigeon English;cockney 3. Technology vs. Traditional Culture Mine, choppers vs jungle, fishing 4. God vs./


Do Kids That Arrive Early End Up Running Late? Geoff Bowen, Psychologist Statewide Vision Resource Centre www.svrc.vic.edu.au.

Do Kids That Arrive Early /to NICUs across Australia and New Zealand each year. About half will survive. Hospital stay: Most are in hospital for three to four months. Generally need respiratory support of some kind for the first few months. /late pre- term and the preterm. Similar results have occurred in Australia. Why are Late Preterm Rates Rising? – Changing culture of childbearing more high risk pregnancies (AMA, chronic/developing problems, multiples, infertility management, obesity, GDM) – Maternal and/


English 3 Bellwork Semester 2.

Osaka, Japan, Sydney, Sao Paulo, Auckland, New Zealand, and Amsterdam. It will be anchored at a Hong Kong terminal for display until June. Bell work #63 http/high school students who reported texting and driving themselves. "Its concerning that kids are participating in these multiple behaviors, either while theyre driving or while theyre/ and command high prices Bell work #68 http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/places/culture- places/food/us_insects/ Food: Eating Insects Read the article and write an/


Social and Cultural Environment and The Tourism Industry.

Marital Status is 61% committed in relationships but few have kids. LGBT Tourism Traveling Habits These figures based on US LGBT /cultural events - visit Indigenous art/craft and cultural displays - visit heritage buildings, sites of monuments Four Key Markets For Cultural Tourism Cultural Visitors’ motivations Demographic of Cultural Tourist Cultural visitors make up 60 per cent of all inbound visitors to Australia. Country of Residence: 45% from Asia, 16% from continental Europe, 15% from New Zealand/


Bullying in School: What to Look for & What to Do By the Members of Group B: Christina Hevia, Elizabeth Lange, Tina Latvala, Susan Madson, Katherine Niffin,

Whang Bullying is Serious Stuff Bullies have been taken for granted as part of childhood and school culture in the past. Now experts are showing that the/conflict resolution and personal development of positive self-attributes Stories help kids see the other side / increase empathy Stories emphasize and model/Role – Addressing the Behavior Recommendations from Telecom & the New Zealand Police Establish and enforce clear procedures for misbehavior Employ intervention that will immediately stop abuse Support /


Resources for using the Arkansas Diamond Nominated Books in the Library Media Center 2016-2017 By: Ronda Hughes.

her home in the Avon River in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. When Elizabeth decides to stretch out across a two-lane / enchanted fairy-tale world flavored by the art, architecture, and culture of West Africa, while writer H. Chuku Lee stays true / Kaufman Orloff and Dave Catrow deliver a story sure to entertain kids and grandparents everywhere. AR Reading Level: 3.3 I Wanna/ family commitment and togetherness that Patricia Polacco’s books are known for. AR Reading Level: 4.3 Fiona’s Lace by Patricia/


The International Charter for Walking: Best practice and latest thinking Rodney Tolley Director, WALK21 and Honorary Research Fellow, Staffordshire University.

help create a culture where people choose to walk through our commitment to this charter and its strategic principles Adopting the Charter Launched 2006 Launched 2006 Sydney has signed…. Sydney has signed…. New Zealand has signed…. New Zealand has signed…. / for Health, Parks, TravelSmart, VicHealth programs e.g. Walk to School, Seniors, Walking for Health, Parks, TravelSmart, VicHealth programs SRTS (Safe Routes to School) goals Where it’s safe, get kids walking and biking Where it’s safe, get kids /


Should key competencies be assessed? Lessons from the New Zealand experience ROSEMARY HIPKINS Seminar at Centre for Assessment and Learning Studies, University.

(as outcomes in their own right) Reids new model for the role of knowledge What are the implications for assessment? What do we want our kids to be? We know what we want our young people to be.. Actively involved Participants in a range of life contexts Contributors to the well- being of New Zealand – social, cultural, economic, and environmental Lifelong learners Literate and numerate Critical and/


What’s New in Seclusion & Restraint Reduction Efforts? Hogg Foundation for Mental Health Implementing Seclusion & Restraint Reduction: Sharing the Experience.

New Zealand National Context The Treaty of Waitangi and Biculturalism Maori Communalism and Pakeha Individualism Immigration diversity Ministry of Health vs Mental Health Commission National pride (Rudgeair, 2007) New Zealand Cultural Tensions Governmental support for/ Health Unit Regional Forums “Calming & Restraint” technique renamed: “Communication & Safe Practice” −Counties Manukau New Zealand Kids Inpatient Program Seclusion Debate (<12 yo) −No mechanical restraint use DHB does not use seclusion, rather/


The Cost and Challenge of Child Poverty in New Zealand Jonathan Boston Co-Chair, Expert Advisory Group (2012) Professor of Public Policy, VUW Director,

, lack of aspiration, social/cultural deprivation 2.Different degrees/kinds /for Vulnerable Children 1.‘Vulnerable Kids Information System’ – to enable greater cross-sectoral collaboration and information sharing; identify, assess and respond 2.‘Child Protect’ telephone line 3.Better training for/New Zealand: Issues and Options Paper for Consultation, August 2012 Expert Advisory Group, Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand: Evidence for Action, December 2012 Bryan Perry, Household Incomes in New Zealand/


Polynesians have lived on Tonga for at least 3, 000 years. The Dutch were the first to explore the islands, landing on Tafahi in 1616. British explorer.

infectious with energy. As youll quickly learn, its easy to see that these culturally rich people come from the "Friendly Islands." Location: Tonga is located about two-thirds of the way between Hawaii and New Zealand, southwest of Samoa and east of Fiji. Well every Thursday in Tonga we /chopping it up and eating it that is pretty much the kids hobbies down in Tonga. What it means for me to be a Tongan is that I’m proud to be one. I think that the culture is fair because the boys are not allowed to touch the/


SOCIAL STUDIES for Fifth Grade RATIONALE The primary purpose of the pre-kindergarten through high school social studies program is to help young people.

 Asia Asia  Australia Australia  Europe Europe  New Zealand and Oceania New Zealand and Oceania  North America North America Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Guise to Museums and Cultural Resources http://xroads.virginia.edu/~MAP/terr_hp.html Territorial expansion / is each court. ACTIVITIES Participate in Kid’s Voting Give allegiance, republic, indivisible, liberty, and justice as vocab/spelling words Use the Cub Scout Handbook as a resource for citizenship. Ask an Eagle Scout to /


The Human Population and Its Impact Chapter 6. Reasons for human population increase: Movement into new habitats and climate zones Early and modern agriculture.

avg. # of kids that a couple must bear to replace themselves. –2.1 developed-2.5 in developing Total fertility rate (TFR)- avg. # of kids born to a woman/ abortions Availability of reliable birth control methods Religious beliefs, traditions, and cultural norms Several Factors Affect Death Rates Population increase is due to decline /New Zealand gain next year as a result of immigration? (assume the TFR and net migrations stays the same) Net migration = # of immigrants rate # of people in pop A TFR of 2.1 for/


Presentation to NZSA Conference 23 November 2010 David May, Chairman Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation New Zealand Superannuation Fund: Progress.

Expansion Capital,Infrastructure Low-cost, passive portfolio which can achieve Fund objective Appropriate degree of risk for long-term investor (80:20) Small over-weight allocation to NZ equities and global listed /market dynamics,mean reversion etc. 3.Realistic on comparative advantages 4.We have two….. – long horizon – New Zealand illiquids 5.….maybe three – attractive coinvestor, partner 6.Anything else must be built or found 7.Pervasive / 6.Continuously challenging culture 7.And don’t kid ourselves


NEW ZEALAND 2007. Ho hum: 2+ weeks in New Zealand … Pfizer Ford Gap Chrysler Yahoo microsoft wal*mart ??? ???

weeks in New Zealand … / respect by giving it. He talked and listened to the fourth-grade kids in Spring Valley who shined shoes the same way he talked and listened/ way out.” “No Cloning.” “‘Reinvent the brand’ with each new show.” “A typical day at the office for me begins by asking, ‘What is impossible that I am going/Suzy Welch’s Winning claims there are but two key differentiators that set GE “culture” apart from the herd: First: Separating financial forecasting and performance measurement. Performance /


T HE IMPACT OF A RELOCATION DISPUTE : P ARENTS ’ P ERSPECTIVES Megan Gollop Centre for Research on Children and Families University of Otago New Zealand.

DISPUTE : P ARENTS ’ P ERSPECTIVES Megan Gollop Centre for Research on Children and Families University of Otago New Zealand Relocation Following Parental Separation Study NZ study (2007-2009/’re on your own, you know like for a dad on his own, for a start with a little girl, it’s a bit of a culture shock to be quite honest.” (23F) /’ve got to give her food first, you know.” (14F) Travel “… gets a clear weekend without kids – I don’t. I struggled with that decision by the court because it wasn’t my choice to/


Pop-Up Shops Sample Custom Report 20 Examples of Experiential Retail

Project Your Topic? A new product line? Demographics Social Media Retail Innovation Boomer Lifestyle Young Parents Fit Culture Millennials Credit Crunch Expansion Markets XYZ For ABC i. High-/is Designed With Sustainability in Mind The Villa Julia Cardboard Playhouse Lets Kids Play Designer Japanese Artist Upunushu Recreateas the Wondrous Matsumoto Castle Eco Popularity /-Spanning Bridge Out of 281 Cardboard Tubes The 1864 Cathedral in New Zealand Will Be Rebuilt Out of Cardboard The Hidden Lines Guest Room /


Mental health: Discrimination, Stigma and Cultural Safety What is discrimination? (please see diagram on next slide and handout) – Biased information leading.

cultural safety? Was developed by Indigenous Maori nurses in New Zealand, originally meaning ‘no assault on a person’s identity’ Cultural safety moves beyond the traditional concept of cultural /feature=relate d Gary Waseykeyzick Hidden from history: 50,000+ kids murdered by Churches in Canada - The Canadian Genocide http://www/ opportunities and public investment (McPherson, 2006). Education, i.e., opportunity for post secondary education. Average yearly university tuition has tripled since 1991 (Statistics/


Www.innovadatabase.com Health Claims For Children September 2011.

trans fat per serving. www.innovadatabase.com Fiber To Be A New Focus Now wholegrain is accepted, high(er) fiber claims will be a new claims focus for digestive health. New Zealand: Tasti Milkies Choc Strawberry Muffin Bars. A creamy strawberry milkshake / Yogurt with Banana and Raspberry Flavor. Four cups of (2) banana and (2) raspberry flavored yogurt for kids. With live active cultures. Suitable for breakfast. Spain: Cheetos Merienda Tubos de Cereales Rellenos de Cacao y Leche: Cocoa & Milk Cream Filled /


Dr Susan Lovett University of Canterbury, Marie Cameron New Zealand Council for Educational Research, New Zealand International Symposium on Leadership,

University of Canterbury, Marie Cameron New Zealand Council for Educational Research, New Zealand International Symposium on Leadership, Learning /no I’ve done with management. I got into teaching because I love working with kids and I can see myself in the next couple of years stepping straight back from/ their own Who had lost earlier ambition Not attracted to leadership Disadvantaged because of workplace cultures 18 Employing schools – build and retain capacity and capability to mentor staff at all levels/


Literates Working Among Oral Cultures Dr. David Sills.

from the lack of clean drinking water Brazil’s kids Twelve million children live on the street Seven million /the former Soviet Union 52 from North America 6 from Australia and New Zealand Nonverbal Communication “Nonverbal communication is an elaborate code that is written/Culture of Language Verbal style to impress (Latino, Arabic) Verbal styles to assert and control (German, Irish, Israeli, Turkish) Verbal style that expresses tolerance for ambiguity (Swedish, Asian) Verbal style that uses tolerance for/


Child Poverty: Myths, Misconceptions and Misunderstandings Jonathan Boston Professor of Public Policy, VUW Director, Institute for Governance and Policy.

items for measures of material deprivation – partly culturally and technologically determined; need regular updating – Deprivation measures can be used as a guide for / have more children 1.TV3 Programme, The Vote, June 2013: “Our kids – the problem’s not poverty, it’s parenting” (63% agreed)/New Zealand: Issues and Options Paper for Consultation, August 2012 2.Expert Advisory Group, Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand: Evidence for Action, December 2012 3.Bryan Perry, Household Incomes in New Zealand/


Flooding How can we mitigate it’s effects?. Why is flooding a problem? Settlers in New Zealand commonly chose to live next to rivers and lakes, as these.

fertile soil. As a consequence, about two-thirds of New Zealanders now live in areas that are naturally prone to flooding./ suggestions to the Manawatu District Council Short Term strategies (for when the flooding hits) 1.Placing sandbags Around important / Warning System 3. Relocating roads, buildings, and other cultural phenomenon 4. Constructing Stopbanks along the edge of the river/ these systems installed -Sensors might go off at anytime (kids may just splash water) Creating some sort of warning system/


Pop vs. Folk Culture What is Culture? Sum of all the typical activities of a group of peopleSum of all the typical activities of a group of people –Values.

Central Wash. U. She learned 800+ signs in Amer. Sign Lang. AND taught her kids how to communicate!! Vocalization is the crucial part of the def. of lang! Xhosa /culture Amer. IndiansAmer. Indians Quebecois in CanadaQuebecois in Canada Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S. –Force for devolution (transfer of power away from central gov’t.) Basques in SpainBasques in Spain Maori in New Zealand (local autonomy)Maori in New Zealand/


Pop vs. Folk Culture What is Culture? Sum of all the typical activities of a group of peopleSum of all the typical activities of a group of people –Values.

Central Wash. U. She learned 800+ signs in Amer. Sign Lang. AND taught her kids how to communicate!! Vocalization is the crucial part of the def. of lang! Xhosa /culture Amer. IndiansAmer. Indians Quebecois in CanadaQuebecois in Canada Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S.Spanish-speakers in the U.S. –Force for devolution (transfer of power away from central gov’t.) Basques in SpainBasques in Spain Maori in New Zealand (local autonomy)Maori in New Zealand/


1 A Culture of Literacy What Leads to Academic Success? Jon Reyhner, Professor of Education BME 210, Week 1.

no such thing as a kid who hates reading. There are kids who love reading, and kids who are reading the wrong books. —James Patterson, Best Selling Author Students who read well tend to do well in school. Some cultures promote literacy more than others./. 37 The National Reading Panel ignored what Sylvia Ashton Warner learned in teaching Māori students in New Zealand that:  First words must have an intense meaning [for the child].  First words must be already part of the dynamic life [of the child]. /


introducing Adventures of Ai The Adventures of Ai is a novel written by international entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author Craig Bouchard*,

Translation technology, where kids can communicate in a blog with each other, breaking cultural barriers. Let’s face it, adults aren’t bringing diverse cultures together. Look around:/. Thus, any country can win, and every kid playing the game matters. And, for the first time, any kid can compete for his or her country. *Mr. Bouchard currently /a number of regions USA, Japan, Taiwan, China, Korea, Russia/CIS, Australia/New Zealand, UK, Israel/Middle East. 3-6 month global game competition Website (currently /


The Rebel in Me. Failure is no longer an option New Zealand has the highest youth suicide rate in the Western world. Over 600 young people took their.

Based on the now famous NFTE Bronx programmes Uniquely New Zealand teaching style with strong Maori values Kinesthetic teaching techniques get spectacular results 21/Be a part of the solution Ahikaa: Working together to support our kids to reach their full potential. Child & Family Wellbeing Health EducationJusticeWelfare / of self, other and world; Basis for value systems, structures, institutions Beneath conscious awareness Basis for construction of cultural value systems, structures, institutions Self-Contained /


Kalendarium świąt obchodzonych przez Brytyjczyków

early 17th century, and has gradually become a secular celebration of Irish culture in general. The day is generally characterised by the attendance of church / symbol of new life. On Easter Sunday we meet our relatives for a festive breakfast. Kids get the sweets Easter Bunny had left them, and sometimes look for chocolate eggs/of Australia and New Zealand. Trick-or-treating, is an activity for children on or around Halloween in which they proceed from house to house in costumes, asking for treats such as/


Africa 1750-1900. Key Concepts African empires still strong End of the Atlantic slave trade Scramble for Africa African Empires Zulu in South Africa Conflict.

to spark a rush of people and a push for full colonization of this region. New Zealand was colonized slowly (the Maori people were the /Higher urbanization. Big demands for goods leads to mechanization, factory system. Mass production and eventually assembly line. Women got less pay, for equal pay, less kids, family time went down./1750-1900 Nationalism and Unification Creation of nation based on common language and culture. With multi-linguistic nations, nationalism was more difficult. Central Europe most/


Support Services used by the NSA community Learning for Life.

development in the arts and cultural life across Victoria for people with a disability. With a focus on contemporary arts/ Resources and Places of interest Sensational Kids is a team of dedicated Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists & Psychologists. Sensational Kids helps children develop the confidence they / to providing quality support to both education and disability groups throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Spectronics services include: Online training, equipment trials,/


Ann Petru, M.D. Pediatric Infectious Diseases October 23, 2009

Bullous dermatosis 13 yo Tongan has recurrence of this rash after 3 years in New Zealand Rapid evolution UCSF bx: Bullous pemphigoid or Linear IgA bullous dermatosis B.P./4 days of fussiness, ‘colic’, then fever 102, pan-cultured WBC 2.7K… to CHO Pale, mottled, lethargic IV fluids, antibx for ‘compensated shock’. ID consulted: “mass” in upper abdomen /rash on L leg Often no prior history of primary chickenpox (typically unrecognized, kids had it in 1st 12 months) Typical dermatomal distribution (this is S1) /


Family Around The World for a sustainable society and a living planet in cooperation with WWF and maybe also you ?

we continue to Asia where we visit the coming super-power China. We will enjoy the beauty of Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand and cross the ocean via French-Polynesia and Easter Island to touch down in Chile. We will go as much south as/ the world with our kids); ¤ to teach our kids to have more respect for other cultures and for nature; and ¤ to undertake a common mission with the entire family. We want it to be a meaningful and instructive year for us, for our kids and even for kids and adults who will/


R Hipkins 06.04.09 Rosemary Hipkins New Zealand Council for Educational Research Weaving the curriculum together Introduction to PPTA workshop, April 6.

R Hipkins 06.04.09 Rosemary Hipkins New Zealand Council for Educational Research Weaving the curriculum together Introduction to PPTA workshop, April 6 2009 R Hipkins 06.04.09 WHY HOW WHAT R Hipkins 06.04.09 Why change anything? Interwoven themes from the future focused literature: Knowledge society (global scale of issues, communications technologies, multi-cultural societies, identity etc) Complexity, emergence, non-linear systems/


Reducing racial disparities in discipline through transformative action for equity ANNE GREGORY, PH.D. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY NJ PRINCIPALS.

that “I am the bad kid” or I hang with the “bad kids.” Develop a race-based sense of “us” and “them” – school is for “them” not “us.” /cultural dynamics impact how the conference unfolds? How were restorative questions different than typical approaches? Could you imagine restorative questions changing the tenor of problem-solving in the school? (parent-teacher conflict? Staff conflict?). From anecdote to evidence International Research Scotland England Wales Canada Hong Kong Australia New Zealand Brazil For/


World Cultures Shopping Project Example by Mr. Moritz.

World Cultures Shopping Project Example by Mr. Moritz Slide One: Currency and Exchange $100./98.00$16.42 Total Items3 Remaining $16.42 Fun Shopping BRL to US Abercrombie and Fitch $49.89 Are you kidding!! A piece of string $8.00 I have $7.35 left and I can’t even afford a piece of/ groceries or go shopping for yourself. You can buy so much more with 100 USD compared to 100 NZD. The NZD is worth less because the country of New Zealand is less wealthy than the United States. However, New Zealand is a lot better/


Wider Context: 26.9% of New Zealanders aged 15-19 are not in education. Second worst dropout rate in the OECD.

New Zealanders aged 15-19 are not in education. Second worst dropout rate in the OECD. Mentoring Conference and Student Engagement Conference. Big Picture Conference. Quotes from Dennis Littky: Big Picture: Education is Everyone’s Business “You cannot know a kid/schools focuses on:  Successful teachers/effective relationships that are respectful, genuine, caring and culturally located.  Teachers with high expectations for students.  High quality teaching and learning.  Learning as emotional as well as /


Student Cheating and Plagiarism in the Information Age Presented at the 25 th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English.

at the 25 th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English Manukau City, New Zealand July 14-July 17 2005 ------------------------------ Chris Street/ kids” Source: Renard, L. (2000). Cut and Paste 101: Plagiarism and the Net. Educational Leadership 57, (4), 38-42 Potential Command and Control Center for / notified. Student attitudes must be changed in order to establish an ethical school culture. Why Bother? Some Plagiarists Catch Themselves An Example… Lathrop and Foss, 2000/


The Demise of IQ Testing for Children with Learning Disabilities in Rhode Island: We Can Be Functional W. Alan Coulter, Ph.D. Human Dev. Center, LSU Health.

or motor handicaps, or mental retardation, or emotional disturbance, or of environmental, cultural, or economic disadvantage (USOE, 1968). 1977 Federal Regulations A severe discrepancy between /children *Only one subgroup of older children StudyCountryp? Rodgers, 1983 UKNo Silva, 1985 New Zealand No Jorm et al., 1986 AustraliaNo Stevenson, 1988 UKYes* Shaywitz, et al.,/. Wait to fail model- we wait for kids to fail to provide services. Wait to fail model- we wait for kids to fail to provide services. All the/


1199611 ENG 312 Language Awareness: Readings for College Writers 10 th Edition by Paul Eschholz, Alfred Rosa, and Virginia Clark Bedford/St. Martins, 2009.

, s, er, th people, you, are, see, to, for, later, before, oh I see, not much, just kidding, lots of laughs, be right back, talk to you later,/cultural diverfsity in school curricula and in American society in general.” (King [2009]: 532) 11996111 Give the languages, & writing systems Include Pidgin Languages: Afghanistan Africa Alaska Australia Brazil Canada Central America China Czechoslovakia Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hawaii Iceland India Italy Japan Luxembourg Macedonia New Guinea New Zealand/


Teaching for Transfer Adapted from workshop presented by Rae Si’ilata Tamaki Tu Pakari 2 September 2011.

ideas, and cultural values are transmitted.” Waite, (1992: 9) “Aoteareo: Speaking for ourselves” Draw a/ education can have relevance for Māori medium settings in New Zealand. Language Learning in Maori/new information to old conceptual knowledge then I can’t learn it. It’s as simple as that. When all my pegs are unrecognised, unvalued, unmentioned; by implication my past experiences are worthless and so am I. How can I learn at school? And why would I? An inclusive curriculum means including the kids/


+ North Island concert Teachers’ resource NZSO Education Programme These resources are © New Zealand Symphony Orchestra 2013 Resources prepared by Celia.

resources are © New Zealand Symphony Orchestra 2013 Resources prepared by Celia Stewart + About the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra NZSO is the national orchestra of New Zealand It is owned/ a timeline about George Washington. Do a google search on “timelines for kids” to get lots of other ideas for timelines. + Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 First movement + /A Fifth of Beethoven Famous western classical music is often used in popular culture. Check out these two clips: + by Paul Patterson Little Red /


Copyright 2012 Richard Sweeney Bridging the Generation Gap: A Millennial Focus Group Richard Sweeney 973-596-3208 New York State Society.

rate. 80 Nomadic / Mobile Furthermore, Twitter.com’s reach is 6.6 percent for kids, teens and young adults, whereas it is 12.1 percent for those over 25; implying that adults are trying Twitter at nearly double the rate. /Pacific (Australia/New Zealand edition); 7/16/2007 Issue 27, p57-57, 1p 108 Impatient Copyright 2012 Richard Sweeney Bridging the Generation Gap: A Millennial Focus Group sweeney@njit.edu Richard Sweeney 973-596-3208 “Theirs is, however, essentially a culture that also emphasizes/


TOM PETERS’ LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP Kansas City 30 March 2000 (Day #90 of the New Millennium)

Help Them Save Time! 80% … work 86% … cook 58% … run errands with kids 38% … take child to school 21% … go to the gym 21% … take /the Woman” Enterprise Reinvention! Recruiting Hiring/Rewarding/ Promoting Structure Processes Measurement Strategy Culture Vision Leadership THE BRAND ITSELF! Commander Kathleen McGrath, USN * U.S.S/Law and Nick Grant, Management [New Zealand] Brand Defined Distinction Excellence Emotional “Signature” Trustworthiness Consistency Shorthand No Room for Brands? Nike Saturn CNN America/


TOM PETERS’ LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP San Antonio 28 March 2000 (Day #88 of the New Millennium)

Help Them Save Time! 80% … work 86% … cook 58% … run errands with kids 38% … take child to school 21% … go to the gym 21% … take / the Woman” Enterprise Reinvention! Recruiting Hiring/Rewarding/ Promoting Structure Processes Measurement Strategy Culture Vision Leadership THE BRAND ITSELF! Commander Kathleen McGrath, USN * U.S.S/ and Nick Grant, Management [New Zealand] Brand Defined Distinction Excellence Emotional “Signature” Trustworthiness Consistency Shorthand No Room for Brands? Nike Saturn CNN America/


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