Tuia Te Ako – Māori Tertiary Educators’ Hui
Tuia Te Ako is gaining a strong reputation across the tertiary sector for its efforts to bring together prominent leaders in Māori tertiary education, iwi-based tertiary groups, individuals from the broader tertiary sector, and learners, in one hui dedicated to supporting future success of all Māori in tertiary education.
The hui is a platform for discussion and debate about what success may look like for Māori in tertiary education into the future, and how we help to raise levels of success for all. The hui provides opportunities for people to share ideas, to network and learn from each other, and take away those ideas to use in their own teaching and learning environments.
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Find out more about our work with and for Maori educators and learners.
Registrations for Tuia Te Ako 2016 are now open. Ako Aotearoa is delighted this year to co-host with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa and hold the event at their Mangere campus in Auckland.
Confirmed speakers include international keynote Dr Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Associate Professor Tracey McIntosh, Keri Milne-Ihimaera, Dr Jim Mather, Veronica Tāwhai, and Rangimarie Hunia – with more to come.
Join the conversation on our site, or the Tuia Te Ako Facebook page.