HERE & THERE

Learning Intention:

 

To understand what the different rates of participation (if any) are between regions across Aotearoa New Zealand.

Discussion:

 

We are going to spend a bit of time looking at how active people are in different parts of Aotearoa New Zealand. 

  • Do you think there will be a difference between different places in the country?

  • Why do you think this?

  • What do you think will be the most popular activities in different places? 

 

Before we get started let's make sure we understand some words that we will be using.

  • Active

  • Participation

  • Population

  • Insights

  • Trend

  • Profile

  • Data

  • Statistics

  • Percentage

  • Demographic

  • Behaviours

  • Ethnicity

  • Gender

  • Lifestage

  • Deprivation Level

The Sport NZ Insights Tool:

 

We are going to use the Sport NZ Insights Tool to find out about how active people are across Aotearoa New Zealand. Click the BIG image above to scroll through  descriptions of the information you will find in the Insights Tool. And when you are ready you can have a play to get familiar with tool here.

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Step 1: Warming up!

 

There are four warm up sheets which have data from the Insights Tool about participation in different parts of the country. 

Have a go at trying to answer the questions on each sheet as a warm up before you start using the Insights Tool to answer your own questions.  

Step 2: Finding out about participation around Aotearoa New Zealand

 

It is now time to start to look at the patterns of participation across the country. As a class, a group or just by yourself come up with a series of questions you want to explore with the Insights Tool. Remember that the intention of this learning experience is to understand what the different rates of participation (if any) are between regions across Aotearoa New Zealand. If you feel like you still need some coaching in how to use the Insights Tool then the following video might give you some more tips for this activity. Otherwise dive in and see what you can find out.