Te Ao Māori for Educators: Tracking Your Progress

By following this guide, you can track your progress in the Staff Te Ao Māori course so that you can identify which areas you still need to cover to complete your certification.

It is very important that you are logged in using your student account and that you only complete lessons within the Staff Te Ao Māori Course folder.

Tracking Your Progress - Instructional Video

Tracking Your Progress - Step by Step

Go into the Māori subject folder in your Student Zone and click Browse all content. From here, you can check your progress within the Staff Te Ao Māori Course folder.

Maori subject dashboard highlighting the browse all content button

You must ensure that you have worked through all slides and questions within the Smart Lessons, for the lesson to show as 100% and be marked as complete.

Two smart lessons, one showing 50% completion and one showing a green tick for full completion

For Vocabulary Lists, you only need to complete these in one of the learning modes: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, or Dictation - work through the lists until all words on the list have at least one star. You may earn more stars, but it is optional.

Overview of a vocabulary list, highlighting the star progress and learning modes

The completion of Vocabulary Lists does not need to be 100%, so long as you have earned at least one star per word for the whole list, it is complete.

A vocabulary list showing 66% completion

More information regarding points can be found in our guide here.

Any folders within the course labeled Optional do not need to be completed to fulfill the requirements of the course.

While completing the course, it is also useful to have the Māori Dictionary handy to support you with any additional terms or queries that may arise.

When you have completed the course requirements, let us know at support@educationperfect.com, and we'll double-check your progress for you and issue a Certificate of Completion once all lessons have been successfully completed.

Teachers will be able to present their certificate to show a commitment to reo Māori upskilling if they need to show this for their appraisal, CV, or school PD requirements. 

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