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Health and physical education in the curriculum

With hauora as a foundation, quality mental health education emphasises self-understanding, belonging, and connectedness. It is grounded in culture, place, and history. Outdoor education Outdoor education is an aspect of education outside the classroom (EOTC) and aims to extend the four walls of the classroom.

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Key areas of learning Health & PE · TKI

(3 days ago) WebThe key areas of learning (KAL) are the learning contexts through which the skills and knowledge identified in the achievement objectives are explored. Ākonga should …

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Outdoor education Health & PE · TKI

(1 days ago) WebOutdoor education includes learning skills in specific outdoor activities, such as sea kayaking and tramping. It also includes developing an appreciation of the local area, …

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Overview Health & PE · TKI

(Just Now) WebThe focus of health and physical education. Using health related and movement concepts, the focus is on developing: confident, resilient ākonga who know, understand, and can …

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Relationships and sexuality education Health & PE · TKI

(1 days ago) WebIt is important to note that sex education and sexuality education are different. The New Zealand Curriculum supports a holistic approach to relationships and sexuality …

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The underlying concepts Health & PE · TKI

(1 days ago) WebAttitudes and values. Health promotion. Socio-ecological perspective. Four underlying and interdependent concepts are at the heart of this learning area. It’s not necessary to cover …

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The strands Health & PE · TKI

(9 days ago) WebThere are no separate strands for ‘health’ versus ‘physical education’. The strands are interrelated and connected, with aspects of both covered in each strand. Some strands …

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Hauora Health & PE · TKI

(8 days ago) WebHauora is a Māori philosophy of health unique to Aotearoa. It comprises: Physical wellbeing as well as the physical body, its growth, development, and ability to move, and ways of …

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Mental health Health & PE · TKI

(7 days ago) WebMental health education involves developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes for wellbeing and mental health. It is different from a wellbeing programme or promotion of mental …

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Attitudes and values Health & PE · TKI

(2 days ago) WebThrough their learning in health and physical education, ākonga will develop a range of positive and responsible attitudes and values, which include the following. Hauora and …

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Action competence learning process Health & PE · TKI

(8 days ago) WebAction competence learning process. The action competence learning process is a model for engaging in health promotion. It provides a framework that enables ākonga to take …

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Food and nutrition Health & PE · TKI

(2 days ago) Webselecting and preparing food and eating patterns that reflect health-enhancing attitudes towards nutrition. the costs associated with buying and preparing food and the skills …

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Relationships and sexuality education guidelines – Resource

(5 days ago) WebTKI Inclusive Education: Supporting LGBTIQA+ students , opens in a new window. Supporting the inclusion and wellbeing of students who identify as sex, gender, or …

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Health promotion Health & PE · TKI

(8 days ago) WebHealth promotion is a process for developing and maintaining supportive physical and emotional environments. Through health promotion, ākonga learn the value of personal …

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The sport education model Health & PE · TKI

(9 days ago) WebThe sport education model has several distinctive characteristics: Seasons – A season involves a series of consecutive lessons (for example, 14 to 20), and involves pre …

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Experiential learning cycle Health & PE · TKI

(1 days ago) WebThe experiential learning cycle encourages learners to think deeply, develop critical-thinking skills, and transfer their learning into action through successive phases of the …

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Understanding the Relationships and Sexuality Education …

(8 days ago) WebRelationships and Sexuality Education. Relationships With Other People. Years 1–4. Years 5–8. Years 9–10. Years 11–13. The Relationships and Sexuality Education guidelines …

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Mental health education: A guide for teachers, leaders and school

(1 days ago) WebMental Health Education: A Guide for Teachers, Leaders, and School Boards focuses on supporting schools to create teaching and learning programmes, and whole-school …

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Education outside the classroom guidelines Health & PE · TKI

(5 days ago) WebEducation outside the classroom guidelines. Outdoor education. Years 1–4. Years 5–8. Years 9–10. Years 11–13. This kete supports safe and effective curriculum-based …

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