In this episode we look at how we can be kaitiaki (guardians) of people and what this means past, present and for the future. We consider how the memories of our whānau, including our ancestors, can be protected and shared with future generations. We visit Te Rau Aroha on the Waitangi Treaty Grounds and look at how we can record memories using a memory jar, and using digital animation. This episode is designed for students working at levels 1-3 of the NZ curriculum.
Teacher resource available to download: https://www.rarangamatihiko.com/resources/rmtv-episode-3-tiaki-tangata