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Exploring Ata and Oho

Exploring Ata and Oho is a self-directed online learning module that is designed to support kaiako and leaders with deepening their understanding of how to successfully use the Ata and Oho resources.

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  • AudienceKaiakoProfessional development providersSchool leaders
  • Curriculum Level3-5
  • Learning AreaHealth and PESocial Science
  • Level of SupportSelf directed
  • Resource LanguageEnglish
  • Resource typeOther
  • Teaching StrategyMixed

About this resource

This module will take you about 30 minutes to complete and is aimed at kaiako working with ākonga in years 4-10, however everyone is welcome to participate as these resources are adaptable across contexts and levels.


Exploring Ata and Oho

Exploring Ata and Oho can be used to:

  • support quality teaching of social emotional learning (SEL) using the key competencies: Relating to others, and Managing oneself
  • continue to become familiar with the Understand, Know, Do progressions framework from Te Mātaiaho | the refreshed NZ curriculum
  • connect with the te ao tangata | social sciences learning area including Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories
  • learn skills to help ākonga realise their potential through mana enhancing, socially located and culturally sustaining activities
  • build understanding of how to adapt Ata and Oho to work for all ākonga in a range of contexts.

Visit Exploring Ata and Oho to access this module.