Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako
A Community of Learning | Kāhui Ako is a group of education and training providers that form around children and young people's learning pathways, and work together to help them achieve their full potential.
Collaborative people-focused approach sees results for kāhui ako
A North-West Auckland kāhui ako is breathing life into its name – Whiria te Tangata. Through weaving people together while also focusing on learner agency, collective teacher efficacy, and culturally responsive pedagogies, the Community of Learning is seeing real and tangible results.
Kāhui ako become citizen scientists to monitor our ocean health
Ākonga and kaiako from Te Kāhui Ako o Motu Kairangi in Wellington have been busy testing a set of tools that can be used to monitor ocean health as part of the ‘In Our Backyard’ learning-with-sport module, Moanamana.
Tōtaranui Kāhui Ako teaming up on attendance and engagement
For the students and staff attending the seven schools that make up the Tōtaranui Kāhui Ako in Canterbury, one specific whakataukī guides their day-to-day activities, specifically the work done to promote school attendance.