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CORE Education provides professional learning and development programmes designed to assist schools to become more culturally responsive in their practice >>

He mihi
Posted by: Tahu Paki on the 04/10/2012
Tēnā koe e te matanga! Kei runga rawa atu āu kōrero mō te kōrero kua horahia i tēnei kōrero mātauranga! Pai mārika āu kōrero mō te whānaungatanga i waenganui i te pouako me te ākonga! He kōrero hikaka i runga i te wairua ataahua! Kua tohaina e au te hononga! Boom!
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E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a
Posted by: Daphne Papuni on the 04/10/2012
E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe e te tuakana. E tika ana, mā te whanaungatanga, mā te kotahitanga, mā te whakaaro nui o tētahi ki tētahi. Me anga te titiro o te kaiako ki ngā taha katoa o te tamaiti, ki tōna mua me tōna muri, ki ngā tahataha katoa. Ngā mihi :-)
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Tika tāu1
Posted by: Tama Kirikiri on the 04/10/2012
E tika ana āu mihi e Beth. He nui ngā whakaaro rangatira i puta mai i te kōrero o te rangatira nei. Na reira e Maria kāore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe mō ēnei hua! 1906
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Culture counts
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Maria ... kai whea mai te kōrero nā! You speak with eloquence about who you are, who we are as a people and how important it is that that is acknowledged within the classroom context. It's inspiring and allows ALL kaiako, whether they be Māori or otherwise to be who they are and allow their students the right to practice who they are! Ngā mihi e hoa ... te rerehua o te kupu i hua mai ai i a ngākau, i a hinengaro!
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CORE Education provides professional learning and development programmes designed to assist schools to become more culturally responsive in their practice >>

He mihi
Posted by: Tahu Paki on the 04/10/2012
Tēnā koe e te matanga! Kei runga rawa atu āu kōrero mō te kōrero kua horahia i tēnei kōrero mātauranga! Pai mārika āu kōrero mō te whānaungatanga i waenganui i te pouako me te ākonga! He kōrero hikaka i runga i te wairua ataahua! Kua tohaina e au te hononga! Boom!
Reply
E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a
Posted by: Daphne Papuni on the 04/10/2012
E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe e te tuakana. E tika ana, mā te whanaungatanga, mā te kotahitanga, mā te whakaaro nui o tētahi ki tētahi. Me anga te titiro o te kaiako ki ngā taha katoa o te tamaiti, ki tōna mua me tōna muri, ki ngā tahataha katoa. Ngā mihi :-)
Reply
Tika tāu1
Posted by: Tama Kirikiri on the 04/10/2012
E tika ana āu mihi e Beth. He nui ngā whakaaro rangatira i puta mai i te kōrero o te rangatira nei. Na reira e Maria kāore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe mō ēnei hua! 1906
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Culture counts
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Maria ... kai whea mai te kōrero nā! You speak with eloquence about who you are, who we are as a people and how important it is that that is acknowledged within the classroom context. It's inspiring and allows ALL kaiako, whether they be Māori or otherwise to be who they are and allow their students the right to practice who they are! Ngā mihi e hoa ... te rerehua o te kupu i hua mai ai i a ngākau, i a hinengaro!
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Speaker: Maria Tibble

CORE Education's Maria Tibble, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator for the Waikato region, discusses the importance of teachers locating themselves culturally and thereby allowing Māori students to do the same.

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Date added: 4 May 2012
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Culture counts in the classroom

CORE Education's Maria Tibble, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator for the Waikato region, discusses the importance of teachers locating themselves culturally and thereby allowing Māori students to do the same.

Views 12,480 Date added: 03/10/2012

Culture counts in the classroom

Date added: 03/10/2012

Culture counts in the classroom

CORE Education's Maria Tibble, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator for the Waikato region, discusses the importance of teachers locating themselves culturally and thereby allowing Māori students to do the same.

Views 12,480 Date added: 03/10/2012

Culture counts in the classroom

Date added: 03/10/2012

CORE Education provides professional learning and development programmes designed to assist schools to become more culturally responsive in their practice >>

He mihi
Posted by: Tahu Paki on the 04/10/2012
Tēnā koe e te matanga! Kei runga rawa atu āu kōrero mō te kōrero kua horahia i tēnei kōrero mātauranga! Pai mārika āu kōrero mō te whānaungatanga i waenganui i te pouako me te ākonga! He kōrero hikaka i runga i te wairua ataahua! Kua tohaina e au te hononga! Boom!
Reply
E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a
Posted by: Daphne Papuni on the 04/10/2012
E kore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe e te tuakana. E tika ana, mā te whanaungatanga, mā te kotahitanga, mā te whakaaro nui o tētahi ki tētahi. Me anga te titiro o te kaiako ki ngā taha katoa o te tamaiti, ki tōna mua me tōna muri, ki ngā tahataha katoa. Ngā mihi :-)
Reply
Tika tāu1
Posted by: Tama Kirikiri on the 04/10/2012
E tika ana āu mihi e Beth. He nui ngā whakaaro rangatira i puta mai i te kōrero o te rangatira nei. Na reira e Maria kāore e mutu ngā mihi ki a koe mō ēnei hua! 1906
Reply
Culture counts
Posted by: Beth Dixon on the 04/10/2012
Maria ... kai whea mai te kōrero nā! You speak with eloquence about who you are, who we are as a people and how important it is that that is acknowledged within the classroom context. It's inspiring and allows ALL kaiako, whether they be Māori or otherwise to be who they are and allow their students the right to practice who they are! Ngā mihi e hoa ... te rerehua o te kupu i hua mai ai i a ngākau, i a hinengaro!
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