Culturally Responsive Practice

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"How can I improve my competence as a culturally responsive effective practitioner?” Demonstrate an understanding of the concept and role of culture What are the key aspects of your own culture? What do the terms bicultural and multicultural mean?

Kerriann Summers (Professional)
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Early childhood Resources

AKO – The journal for education professionals

The journal for education professionals

NZ Natives know about Kraken and Sea Dragons too.

NZ Natives know about Kraken and Sea Dragons too.

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who were the maori gods classroom resources - Google Search

who were the maori gods classroom resources - Google Search

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Maori greetings - .Found online 2017 when working on easy ways to be culturally responsive in the classroom. Easy visual to give to teachers as a starting point for novices.

Maori greetings - .Found online 2017 when working on easy ways to be culturally responsive in the classroom. Easy visual to give to teachers as a starting point for novices.

Events' - Waitangi

Waitangi National Trust - Matariki Fesitval Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises just once a year, this year on the 28th June and signals the start of the Māori New Year. Matariki Festival will be held at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds from the 28th June till the 6th July. - See more at: http://www.waitangi.org.nz/events/

Me mau pōtae rā / Put your sun hat on #tereo #māori #kaiteriteri #sunhat #tereomāori #sunsmart

Me mau pōtae rā / Put your sun hat on #tereo #māori #kaiteriteri #sunhat #tereomāori #sunsmart

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Food karakia – A Maori prayer

Everyday just before eating our lunch a child shares a Food Karakia – a Maori prayer. The child shares each line and the rest of the class repeat it. After we’ve finished the Karakia we…

The Land Bilingual Chart | Te Reo Maori Resources

The Land Bilingual Chart

Te Whenua - The Land poster shows main geographical features with labels in Maori and English

Weather Bilingual Chart

Weather Bilingual Chart

This bilingual weather chart is ideal to display year-round. Includes sunny, rainy, lightning, rainbow, hail, cloudy, windy, snowy, foggy and stary night

A selection of 5 nursery rhymes and songs in both te reo Pakeha (English) and te reo Mori. Includes Baa Baa Black Sheep, E Rere Taku Poi, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Hey Diddle Diddle and Tohora Nui. Perfectly suited for Playcentres, Kindergartens, Early Childhood Centres and primary schools.

Nursery rhymes and songs - Bilingual posters in Maori and English

A selection of 5 nursery rhymes and songs in both te reo Pakeha (English) and te reo Māori. Includes Baa Baa Black Sheep, E Rere Taku Poi, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Hey Diddle Diddle and Tohora Nui. Perfectly suited for Playcentres, Kindergartens, Early Childhood Centres and primary schools. Brig...

Research

Te Whare Tapa Whā diagram.

Māori health models – Te Whare Tapa Whā

The four cornerstones (or sides) of Māori health are whānau (family health), tinana (physical health), hinengaro (mental health) and wairua (spiritual health).

Iceberg Model of Culture

Iceberg Model of Culture

Iceberg Model of Culture by Edward T Hall.

Colouring in the White Spaces: Reclaiming Cultural Identity in Whitestream Schools

Colouring in the White Spaces: Reclaiming Cultural Identity in Whitestream Schools

If we look at a child’s colouring book, before it has any colour added to it, we think of the page as blank. It’s actually not blank, it’s white. That white background is just “there” and we don’t think much about it. Not only is the background uniformly white, the lines are already in place and they dictate where the colour is allowed to go. When children are young, they don’t care where they put the colours, but as they get older they colour in more and more cautiously. They learn about...

What Does it Mean to Culturally Competent

What does it mean to be culturally competent?

This week on We Hear You, Rhonda Livingstone, ACECQA’s National Education Leader, writes about cultural competence. Cultural competence is about our will and actions to build understanding between…

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Ann Milne Keynote: Colouring in the White Spaces

The concept of culture - iceberg model

The concept of culture - iceberg model

Kahikitia - vital document to refer to when working with Maori families.

The Māori education strategy: Ka Hikitia - Accelerating Success 2013 -2017

The Māori education strategy: Ka Hikitia - Accelerating Success 2013 -2017

Bi-cultural Early Childhood Education Posters – full set - Ako Aotearoa

Bi-cultural Early Childhood Education Posters – full set

These resources have been developed from the research project Building Kaupapa Māori into Early Childhood Education undertaken by Ngaroma Williams and Mary Elizabeth Broadley. These posters will complement the existing project resources.

Edward T. Hall's Cultural Iceberg

Edward T. Hall's Cultural Iceberg

In 1976 Edward T. Hall theorized that culture was like an iceberg in that there were two parts: internal and external. External culture is the outward behavi...

Halls Iceberg Model of Culture

American Cultural Values

The student will be able to discuss American cultural values at the end of the lecture. 1) What is the “Iceberg Analogy” of culture? 2) Is America a melting pot? Thaification 3) Are Americans Europ…

Edward T Hall's cultural iceberg - visual representation of what makes up all cultures. The paragraph at the bottom could be used to spur good discussion.

MissMarksGeoblog

We looked at how countries have to manage their populations. We looked first at China and its one child policy. China has an ANTI-NATAL population policy- it's a STICK policy- that punishes citizens who do not adhere. Why did China need a one child policy? They had a population explosion, after the previous president ordered Chinese people to have many babies to build up a large population to rival the USA. In the late 70's the new government realised there were just too many people, so they…

Treaty of Waitangi Resources

Te Tiriti o Waitangi – living the values | SchoolNews - New Zealand

Te Tiriti o Waitangi – living the values | SchoolNews - New Zealand

We all know the importance of reflecting the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi in the classroom, but what exactly does this mean and how do we know if we’re getting it right? Michele Coxhead, from

Practicum Handbook: Part B: Evidence based and reflective practice

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Practicum Handbook: Part B: Evidence based and reflective practice

The NZ curriculum A framework for learning and teaching - Edtalks

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Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 3

Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 3

The Treaty Of Waitangi must be the most sacred, revered and talked about document in New Zealand history. 5th February and around 400 Maori Chiefs have gathe...

Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 2

Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 2

The Treaty Of Waitangi must be the most sacred, revered and talked about document in New Zealand history. Busby, Colenso and others, take Hobson's brief and ...

Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 1

Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 1

The Treaty Of Waitangi must be the most sacred, revered and talked about document in New Zealand history. The drama begins on 3rd of February, 1840 as Busby ...

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AKO – The journal for education professionals

The journal for education professionals

Te Tiriti o Waitangi – living the values | SchoolNews - New Zealand

Te Tiriti o Waitangi – living the values | SchoolNews - New Zealand

We all know the importance of reflecting the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi in the classroom, but what exactly does this mean and how do we know if we’re getting it right? Michele Coxhead, from

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

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

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

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

Practicum Handbook: Part B: Evidence based and reflective practice

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Practicum Handbook: Part B: Evidence based and reflective practice

Practicum Handbook: Part A: Achieving cultural responsivity

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Practicum Handbook: Part A: Achieving cultural responsivity

NZ Natives know about Kraken and Sea Dragons too.

NZ Natives know about Kraken and Sea Dragons too.

Māori Origins of Tā Moko/Te Pū o Tā Moko: Whaka-rūau-Moko, (god/atua of earthquakes and volcanic activity), the youngest child of Rangi-nui and Papa-tū-ānuku was responsible for the deep uneven grooves left within the surface terrain of his mother while still within her whare tangata. The trembling of his current scarred the earth creating the first sacred forms of Moko. Rūaumoko is also known as Rūaimoko, Whakarūaumoko also Rūaimokoroa.

Māori Origins of Tā Moko/Te Pū o Tā Moko: Whaka-rūau-Moko, (god/atua of earthquakes and volcanic activity), the youngest child of Rangi-nui and Papa-tū-ānuku was responsible for the deep uneven grooves left within the surface terrain of his mother while still within her whare tangata. The trembling of his current scarred the earth creating the first sacred forms of Moko. Rūaumoko is also known as Rūaimoko, Whakarūaumoko also Rūaimokoroa.

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Whakatauki / Whakatauaki | Find Marae in Aotearoa New Zealand ...

Find Marae in Aotearoa New Zealand. Naumaiplace.com: connecting whanau and Marae ~ WORLDWIDE | Whakatauki / Whakatauaki

Whakatauki and Whakatauaki - Personal Research at Naumaiplace.com

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A great visual of the competencies that surround Tataiako.  Good to use when working with Maori learners and their teachers.

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…

Figure 4: Core Maori Principles and Values

Peer-review 2015 — X-Section

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