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Indigenous Teacher resources

The Careers with STEM: Indigenous Teacher Resources are fully embeddable flip-through digital magazines, available for free download.

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Rauemi kaiako – Careers with STEM: Indigenous Māori version

This Rauemi kaiako includes curriculum-linked concepts and activities that are aligned to a First Nations cultural framework.

They use activities and concepts from a First Nations Science perspective and include curriculum-linked concepts and activities that are aligned to a First Nations cultural framework. Aotearoa: students at Levels 4 and 5 of the New Zealand Curriculum, and Taumata 4 and Taumata 5 in Te Mārautanga o Aotearoa.

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Indigenous teacher resource – Careers with STEM: Indigenous New Zealand English

This Teacher resource includes curriculum-linked concepts and activities that are aligned to a First Nations cultural framework.

It uses activities and concepts from a First Nations Science perspective and include curriculum-linked concepts and activities that are aligned to a First Nations cultural framework. Aotearoa: students at Levels 4 and 5 of the New Zealand Curriculum, and Taumata 4 and Taumata 5 in Te Mārautanga o Aotearoa.