It’s finally out…! NZ author Susan Smith has released part 3 of her Te Kererū series on Gumroad.
Writers SG Smith and Richard Nichols caught up recently to discuss SG’s novel Te Kereru and what it means to write speculative fiction on the edge of a super-volcano
If you want to get better at teaching, regardless of your role, here are 5 eBooks that are easy to understand and that will help you in your journey.
Based Kererū… He’s A Badass and He’s Talking 2 You! Based Kererū also says you can have Book 1 for FREE when you buy Book 2 of Te Kererū by SG Smith
NEW REVIEW of SG Smith’s Te Kererū – Book 2 By Neovictorian. Te Kererū in the Diamond Age.
The notion of the learner-centred teaching approach is not new. In fact, it has existed in one form or another for many millennia. For example, Plato’s Academy and Aristotle’s Lyceum were both examples of learner-centred institutions dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge.
Are you looking for some new fiction to read? Wanna read some new New Zealand…
What should I read during the Covid-19 Lockdown? You should read Te Kererū by SG Smith. Free download and free audio introduction here.
Check out Te Kererū Book 1, The Nest by Susan Smith
Check out this review of What is Learner Centred? 12 Concepts from Te Ao Māori You Should Embrace to Create Learning Success