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             New App for Deaf Maori Students


Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice” is the first ever digital book
created for deaf Māori students. The story of Rūaumoko helps 
deaf students connect with their whakapapa and makes them
feel powerful and valued. It was made with the help of Ministry
of Education, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, CORE Education
Ltd, and KIWA Digital. You can view the story by downloading
the app which is available on the App Store and Google Play. 
The app is free. Please note: this is a very large app, needs
lots of storage. 

Website: http://www.kiwadigital.com/showcase/ruaumoko-the-rumbling-voice/



The NZSL Online Dictionary now contains Maori translation
of
all main glosses, and can be searched by Maori words.

             25 Maori Concept Signs
                   Produced by Deaf Aotearoa

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/5d3151c7c77aeb616069060ee/files/2015_A6_Booklet_Maori_V6.pdf

                                          Manu Tiria
                                                                   
                                  E Hara
                         
                            Maku re pea

       
                              He Honore

                               Te Aroha
 
                                 Three Kete of Knowledge 
   
Maori artist, Letitia Rahui, from Napier painted this tryptic on a visit to the Centre
with her son, Taylor. The paintings represent baskets of knowledge thought to be
relating to the senses, the intellect and the heart.  The names of the baskets and
the precise knowledge identified and valued however, varies from Maori tribe to
tribe. The paintings are a source of inspiration for student learning as they
hang in our Whare Tuawera.
 
  
                                             
  Onuku Marae
  

                           
                             van Asch School Song

           (Written and sung by the late Ritchie Tahana)

 
     
The New Zealand National Anthem in NZSL, Maori and English
                                                                
            The Legend of Tuawera
 
                                        

 
Resources:
Aotearoa - Place Names
Aotearoa - Place Names
Captioned Video Stories
How Maui Slowed the Sun
Mataariki
Colours
Maori Colours
Curriculum Guidelines
Te Reo Maori Curriculum Guidelines
Days of the Week in Maori
Days of the week in Maori
Find a Marae
Find a Marae
Haka Powhiri
Haka Powhiri
Instructional Readers
Kahukura
Amokura
Atakura
Ka Hikitia
KH Stepping Up Slide Summary
Support Document for Schools
Karakia
Karakia Mutung Prayer for End of Day
Karakia Kai Prayer for Food
Learn Maori App
Hika Lite - iTunes
Learn to Speak Maori
Korero Maori
Maori Concept Signs
https://gallery.mailchimp.com/5d3151c7c77aeb616069060ee/files/2015_A6_Booklet_Maori_V6.pdf
Maori History in the School Curriculum
Maori History in the School Curriculum
Maori Language Links
Maori Language Pactice
Maori Words
100 Maori Words Every NZer Should Know
Matariki
Story of Matariki Video
Matariki Education Resource
Matariki Teacher Resource Pack
Nat Lib Matariki
Matariki Events
Matariki Proverb
Powhiri Protocol
Powhiri and marae protocol deeper understanding
Reo Maori Resources
Reo Maori Resources
Te Mangoroa
Te Mangoroa
Tuawera
Tuawera
Waiata
Ehara i te mea
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