Motu Manawa Marine Reserve Planning Unit: Overview
Integrated Science and Technology Plan
|BIG QUESTION/ISSUEPrinciples: Community Engagement, Future Focus|
Motu Manawa Reserve is a valuable resource on our doorstep that many students, parents and teachers are unaware of. We want to explore flora and fauna in the local estuary and see how we might make it more accessible for the public, while conserving it for future generations.
Confident, connected, actively involved lifelong learners.
|Selected Values and how students might develop them|
Innovation, Inquiry and Curiosity
Diversity: Identify past and present connection the Māori people have with Motu Manawa. Explore the importance of the sea to Pasifika people.
Community and Participation: Working together for the good of our estuary.
Ecological Sustainability: The long-term approach to caring for Motu Manawa Marine Reserve.
|Selected Key Competencies and how students might develop them|
Thinking: Making a Vision Map – planning for the future. Using Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats.
Using Language Symbols and Texts: Mapping and Signage.
Managing Self: Exploring how I can make a difference.
Relating to Others: Presenting ideas about making the estuary able to be enjoyed by all.
Participating and Contributing: Nature of Science Focus
|SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT OBJECTIVES||TECHNOLOGY ACHIEVEMENT OBJECTIVES|
Nature of Science (Essential)
Understanding about science
Investigating in science
Communicating in Science
Participating and Contributing
Planning for practice
Outcome development and evaluation
Physical inquiry and
Planet Earth and Beyond
Properties and changes of matter
Chemistry and society
Nature of Technology
Characteristics of technology
Characteristics of Technological Outcomes