Maori Education

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I recently had the privilege of sharing some insights into what culturally responsive practice looks like in Aotearoa from a Māori-educator perspective with the Howick Pakuranga Principals… Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Teacher Registration, Maori Words, Maori Tribe, Cross Tattoo For Men, Maori Designs, Nordic Tattoo

Tātaiako-E: Cultural competency must-haves

I recently had the privilege of sharing some insights into what culturally responsive practice looks like in Aotearoa from a Māori-educator perspective with the Howick Pakuranga Principals…

NZ schoolboy gives heartfelt speech urging people to stop mispronouncing Maori words SBS News Maori Words, Ap Human Geography, Kiwiana, Cultural Diversity, Work Colleague, Public Speaking, Continuing Education, School Boy, New Words

The importance of correctly pronouncing Māori words

My name is Finnian Galbraith and I am a year 11 student at Kāpiti College. I wrote this speech initially for a speech competition in 2014 because I see this ...

Te Whare Tapa Whā – Health as a whare - Hauora Tane Psychological Theories, Teaching Philosophy, Maori Designs, Spiritual Health, Poster Ideas, Teacher Hacks, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Child Development

Te Whare Tapa Whā – Health as a whare - Hauora Tane

Te Whare Tapa Whā was developed by leading Māori health advocate and researcher Professor Sir Mason Durie in 1984, to provide a Māori perspective on health. It provides a useful way for Māori to think about health, as a whare. The whare, known as Te Whare Tapa Whā, has four walls and each wall represents …

Ka Hikitia - Maori Enjoying Success diagram with question prompts based on the work of Jill Bevan-Brown Special Abilities: A Maori Perspective Cultural Competence, Cultural Beliefs, Social Challenges, Inclusive Education, Ministry Of Education, Steps To Success, Professional Development, Curriculum, Teaching

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Te Kotahitanga - Improving Maori students' learning and achievement. Curriculum, New Zealand, Students, Teaching, Education, Home, Maori, Baby Newborn

Te Kotahitanga - Home - Te Kotahitanga

Te Kotahitanga - Home - Te Kotahitanga Te Kotahitanga: Raising Māori student achievement

Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context… Cultural Beliefs, A Classroom, Professor, Challenges, Culture, Teaching, University, Education, School

A culturally responsive pedagogy of relations

Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context…

Evidence Based Practice: Kaupapa Māori frameworks: Evidence based approaches for working with whānau Education Policy, Ministry Of Education, Cultural Competence, Learning Stories, Teaching Philosophy, Early Childhood Education, Critical Thinking, Relationships, Knowledge

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Evidence Based Practice: Kaupapa Māori frameworks: Evidence based approaches for working with whānau

Te Pataka a Milly me Molly includes 30 QBook’s NARRATED IN TE REO MAORI, ready for you to download for FREE. We have these on our iPad :) - Suggestions for reading apps in Te Reo (Rumaki, immersion) Milly And Molly, Kiwiana, Second Language, Abcs, Learn To Read, Languages, Kids Learning, Itunes, Teaching Resources

Te Pataka a Milly me Molly includes 30 QBook’s NARRATED IN TE REO MAORI, ready for you to download for FREE. We have these on our iPad :) - Suggestions for reading apps in Te Reo (Rumaki, immersion)