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Jessica Hutchings, Alex Barnes, Trina Taupo, Nicola Bright – Te Wāhanga, NZCER Leonie Pihama, Jenny Lee – Rautaki Ltd with Moana Jackson. Ngā Whainga. To identify critical issues for whānau Māori in kōhanga, wharekura, early childhood education and Pākehā sectors

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Jessica Hutchings, Alex Barnes, Trina Taupo, Nicola Bright – Te Wāhanga, NZCER

Leonie Pihama, Jenny Lee – Rautaki Ltd

with Moana Jackson

ng whainga
Ngā Whainga
  • To identify critical issues for whānau Māori in kōhanga, wharekura, early childhood education and Pākehā sectors
  • Develop a Māori led and whānau informed research agenda in Māori education
kaupapa m ori
Kaupapa Māori
  • Kaupapa Māori conceptual framework that guided our methodological process.
  • Grounded in kaupapa tuku iho
  • Whanaungatanga
k rero wh nau
Kōrero-ā-whānau
  • Kōrero-ā-whānau
    • Deliberate about privileging the voices of whakapapa-ā-whānau and kaupapa-ā-whānau
  • Kōrero-ā–whānau
    • Kōhanga and Wharekura
    • Pākehā schools and ECE
    • Wānanga
k rero wh nau te k hanga reo
Kōrero-ā-whānau – Te Kōhanga Reo

“The Kōhanga provides for ‘ngāmoemoeā o ngātūpuna”

“The people, kaupapa, history, wairua, experience, whānau, whanaungatanga, sense of belonging, welcoming, strategic shared vision”

some critical issues from k rero wh nau in te k hanga reo
Some Critical Issues from kōrero-ā-whānau in Te Kōhanga Reo
  • Kaupapa, te reo, tikanga
  • Access
  • Choice
  • Rangatiratanga
k rero wh nau wharekura
Kōrero-ā-whānau - Wharekura

“Our focus is for students to tū Māori, tū pakari, kia hūmarie te tū me onā āhuatanga engari kia tū i roto i te ao Māori i roto i te ao [whānui] … kia puāwaitia ngā tumanako” (Tumuaki, Wharekura).

some critical issues from k rero wh nau in w harekura
Some Critical Issues from kōrero-ā-whānau in Wharekura
  • Increase the usage and improve te reo
  • Develop inclusion of Te AoMāori in all aspects of the curriculum
  • Extend range of subjects and extra curricula opportunities (including leadership)
  • Better preparation of rangatahi for wider world
k rero wh nau p keh schools
Kōrero-ā-whānau – Pākehā schools
  • “That’s the thing with these schools, our children are unique. I don’t care what they say, they can call us what they like, our children are unique and the [mainstream schools] are not fulfilling their responsibilities to our children. The core is racism. A lot these teachers aren’t getting over their own sub-cultures. Therefore they can’t address things with our children in particular violence in schools, which they like to call bullying which affects the education of the children”

(Kōrero-ā-whānau – Pākehā schools)

some critical questions from k rero wh nau in p keh schools
Some Critical Questions from kōrero-ā-whānau in Pākehā schools
  • Success as Māori
  • Recogniton of tikanga and te reo Māori
  • Values based education
  • KaiakoMāori
  • Whanaungatanga : whānau-school relations
k rero w nanga
Kōrero-ā-Wānanga
  • Re-visioning a philosophy for Māori education in Pākehā schools
  • Equity, access and resources to support Māori wellbeing and success
  • Identity and curriculum
  • Informed decisions about transitions through accessible information
  • Quality te reo at all levels of learnings including in the home
  • Ensuring research addresses the diverse needs of whānau
te pu waitanga a kaupapa m ori research agenda for m ori education
Te Puāwaitanga – A Kaupapa Māori Research Agenda for Māori education

Māori led, whānau informed

  • NgāMoemoeā – focus will be kaupapa tuku iho, and those Māori educational initiatives grounded in the theory and practices of diverse Māori communities
  • Rangtiratanga – will investigate different models that create and demonstrate educational benefits for Māori. This research strand addresses issues of equity, access and structural racism.
  • Te Reo Rangatira – our work will contribute to the revitalisation of te reo through supporting language acquisition and transmission across diverse learning environments.
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