Teaching and Learning for Success for Māori in Tertiary Settings
Researchers - Janinka Greenwood & Lynne-Harata Te Aika, College of Education, University of Canterbury
This summary guide investigates tauira, exemplars, of success for Māori in tertiary education. Published by Ako Aotearoa, it highlights the key factors to be considered in fostering success for Māori in tertiary settings.
- The four programmes
- Ngā Putanga – findings
- What is different about a successful Māori approach to tertiary education?
- Hei Tauira – He mahi ako kia whai angitu ng Māori i ngā whare wānanga.
- The launch of Hei Tauira with Hon Dr Pita Sharples
The summary guide and quick reference card are synthesised from the full report by Greenwood/Te Aika, Hei Tauira: Teaching and Learning for Success for Māori in Tertiary Settings. The full report was a Teaching Matters Forum project funded by the Ministry of Education.
You can download the summary report as a pdf or purchase the print version from the Ako Aotearoa shop.
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