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Ethics. Nga Iwi E. All you people! All you people! Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean. (Cries of joy!) "air- ee -ah- ee -air"

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NgaIwi E

All you people! All you people!Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean.(Cries of joy!) "air-ee-ah-ee-air"

Hold on firmly! Hold on firmlyto your inheritance, and to compassion. e-i-a-i-e -----------All you young women! All you young women rise up, rise up, be stronge-i-a-i-e -----------All you young men! All you young men!Listen, support, be strong e-i-a-i-e -----------All you people! All you people! Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean. e-i-a-i-e -----------

Ngaiwi e! Ngaiwi e! Kia kotahirate Mo-a-na-"nwi"-kiwae-i-a-i-e -----------Kia maura! Kia maura! kite mana motuhake me tearohae-i-a-i-e -----------Wahine ma! Wahine ma! Ma-ra-ngamai, Ma-ra-ngamai, kiakahae-i-a-i-e -----------Ta ne ma! Ta ne ma!Whakarongo tautoko kia kaha e-i-a-i-e -----------Ngaiwi e! Ngaiwi e! Kia kotahimaiteMoana-"nwi"-kiwae i-a i-e -----------

Session 5
Session 5

  • Feedback about the weekend’s OAP events

  • Ethics and ethical dilemmas

  • Reviewing ethical issues for the OAP events

  • Looking ahead to assignment 3

  • Final tutorials for Literature review

  • First tutorials for the Literature presentation (starting on April 3rd)

Ethical issues for oap what are they
Ethical Issues for OAP – what are they?

  • Informed and voluntary consent

  • Respect for rights and confidentiality and preservation of anonymity

  • Minimisation of harm

  • Cultural and social sensitivity

  • Limitation of deception

  • Respect for intellectual and cultural property ownership

  • Avoidance of conflict of interest

  • Research design adequacy

Assignment three data collection 25 due date may 1st
Assignment three: Data collection - 25% Due date May 1st

Participate, collect data, evaluate (1-3) 7%

  • Assist with the registration of participants. Ensure that you are registered as part of a Team Unitec

  • Assist with the evaluation data collection

  • Participate in the event by doing as much of the route as you can within the time available

  • Fill in an individual evaluation form at the end. Put your team name on it - if you want to put your own on as well, you can.

Assignment three data collection
Assignment three: Data collection 1st

Input data into kwiksurveys: 9%

  • Click on this link to enter registration data

  • Enter the registration data. Make sure that your name is entered as the data entry person

  • Click on this link to enter evaluation data

  • Enter the evaluation data. Make sure that your name is entered as the data entry person

  • Each student will enter between 7- 15 sets of data, depending on how many forms are completed.

Assignment three data collection1
Assignment three: Data collection 1st

Reflection on the day: 9%

  • A short (500 word) in-class designed reflection looking back on the OAP event and critiquing it in relation to two of the key objectives of the project

Oap key objectives
OAP key objectives 1st

Key Objectives

  • Create an event for the whole family to have fun with the community in the community that cultivates a greater sense of community identity and belonging

  • Showcase local natural, social, cultural and built capital

  • Provide an opportunity for local organisations and groups to showcase themselves

  • Provide an opportunity for community networking and socialising and build foundations for community resilience

  • Developing a greater understanding of who’s who in the community and who is doing what

  • Create a collaborative model that can be adapted by any other community and run to achieve similar outcomes