8 – 9 April 2019

Megan Martin and Sarah Southen

Mana Wāhine

We will share our journey of creating, implementing, and reflecting on our year 12 wellbeing course that is collaboratively taught and has been operating for 2 years. Mana Wāhine focuses on the front end of the curriculum and is not driven by assessment. Engaging our learners in the 21st century meant we had to focus on teaching what matters including: learning how to learn, study skills, financial literacy, community service, interpersonal skills and general wellbeing.

 

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