This discussion paper examines barriers, opportunities and other significant characteristics that impact on the ability of ‘Māori community’ to participate more equitably in the field of education utilising e-learning tools. Processes or projects that enhance initiatives of best practice will also be given consideration to identify potential projects or recommendations that will help achieve progress toward equitable participation.
These resources have been designed to assist teachers and tutors to assess students in Māori Business and Management programmes against the relevant unit standards registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
This document gives a comprehensive list (as at May, 2008) of published and unpublished work on the experience of Māori in higher education in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is intended to provide researchers in the field of higher education with an overview of the state of the literature in the area.
The Māori and Indigenous programme (MAI) is a nationally-organised network of key sites established throughout the country. It forms an integral part of Te Pae Whakatairanga Hiranga, which is the Capability Building programme of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. MAI is focused on the accelerated development of Māori and Indigenous Doctoral graduates in the national interest.
This study looks at what matters for the success of first-time Māori students studying towards bachelors degrees. The purpose of this study is to build understanding about how to increase the number of Māori attaining bachelors degrees or higher.
This report contributes to the ITPNZ project entitled Critical Success Factors for Effective Use of eLearning with Māori Learners. The project has been designed to provide information on critical success factors for Māori eLearners and to disseminate findings to educators within the tertiary education sector.