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Doing just enough ? Doing my best ! Self-consciousness and self discipline - two paths to excellence

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  1. Doingjustenough? Doingmybest!Self-consciousness and selfdiscipline- twopaths to excellence Wally Penetito (Ngāti Hauā, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Tama-Te-Rā) 11 April 2013 Te Wānanga o Raukawa

  2. Outline of presentation • Te Kotahitanga • institutional/behavioural • a ‘culturally-responsive pedagogy of relations’ • engagement • participation • personal-individual • GIRA – Getting it Right Accidentally • Doing just enough • He Kakano • systemic and structural • a ‘culturally-responsive leadership’ • engagement • contribution • social-collective • GIRO – Getting it Right through Organisation • Doing my best

  3. GIRA or GIRO • Doing just enough: • If I get just NCEA Level 1 or possibly NCEA Level 2 before I leave school, I’ll be satisfied and have no plans to finish Level 3 • Doing my best: • I want to take credits that allow me to try for Merit or Excellence, rather than just achieved We are and we become what we are, in relationship to the organisations which we are part of – Owen, 1991:21

  4. Awareness of the ethical self • ‘The learning and teaching context’ • I get more involved when we do group work in class. ‘Teacher affiliation’ I learn more in a subject when the teacher cares about how well I do “Onoiaonoia haere raiaha kote raiaha ngatu raiaha” (To successfullyachieveone’sgoals one mustbefocusedonsuccessthroughexhaustingeverylastinch of strength to achievethatsuccess) – Te Waharoa