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Wellbeing - Netsafe, responding to issues
In this episode, we hear about the new Netsafe kit for schools. This is a set of tools and steps that can help schools in managing and supporting those involved in online incidents in our schools.
Wellbeing - Online bullying and harm
"What is the most important thing in the world? It is people, it is people, it is people." As we start the new year we would like to focus on wellbeing in our schools. As we come back it's important to ensure that we care for our ourselves and our communities. In light of this, a new wellbeing area has been added to the knowledge hub focused on this topic. In this first episode, we hear from Sean Lyons from Netscape on the topic of online bullying and harm.
Hautu tool in action - Jo Wilson
NZSTA provider and CORE education senior consultant Jo Wilson suggests how boards can use the Hautu tool to review and improve practices and processes that are culturally responsive.
The Hautu Maori cultural responsiveness self review tool for boards of trustees
NZSTA provider and CORE education senior consultant Jo Wilson outlines how the Hautu tool provides a framework for boards looking for evidence of practices and processes that support Maori enjoying and achieving education success as Maori.
Handling concerns and complaints - Cleave Hay
NZSTA provider Cleave Hay advocates a preventative approach to concerns and complaints and outlines good practice principles and processes to follow when complaints do eventuate.
Better disputes resolution - FairWay Resolutions
This week we are able to bring you the full interview with Keri Morris who is a mediator with Fairway Resolution. This valuable interview has been used in our digital learning module however you can listen to it in its entirety here including additional discussion edited out of the module content. Keri talks about the importance of dispute resolution and how everyone can benefit from having the right tools and support available.