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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) Online

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

Thank you for the inspiration
Posted by: Justine on the 04/10/2012
Thank you for the insipration Phoebe, I used your ideas about cultural locatedness and reflecting on the dispositions and traits of ancestors as a provocation with a team of early childhood teachers in an early childhood centre located next to a Marae - the teachers (some of whom are not from the area) had an opportunity to meet at the Marae with one of the the Kuia who shared the stories of the area, the significance of the environment and the resources for the whānau from the past to today.This has strengthend the relationship between the centre and the Marae, they are inspired to provide opportunities for children to visit the Marae on a more regular basis to ensure they become familiar with and connected to their cultural identity and whakapapa. They have aspirations to become more involved in marae life - eg Tangi, Powhiri, Wananga etc, They are one step closer to realising their centres philosophy.........Thanks Phoebe!
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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) Online

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

Thank you for the inspiration
Posted by: Justine on the 04/10/2012
Thank you for the insipration Phoebe, I used your ideas about cultural locatedness and reflecting on the dispositions and traits of ancestors as a provocation with a team of early childhood teachers in an early childhood centre located next to a Marae - the teachers (some of whom are not from the area) had an opportunity to meet at the Marae with one of the the Kuia who shared the stories of the area, the significance of the environment and the resources for the whānau from the past to today.This has strengthend the relationship between the centre and the Marae, they are inspired to provide opportunities for children to visit the Marae on a more regular basis to ensure they become familiar with and connected to their cultural identity and whakapapa. They have aspirations to become more involved in marae life - eg Tangi, Powhiri, Wananga etc, They are one step closer to realising their centres philosophy.........Thanks Phoebe!
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Speaker: Phoebe Davis

Phoebe Davis, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator and team leader for the Tai Tokerau and Tamaki Makaurau regions, discusses two key elements for raising Māori achievement: forming relationships with students and whanau; and being culturally located.

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Date added: 28 Jun 2012
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Critical elements for raising Māori achievement

Phoebe Davis, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator and team leader for the Tai Tokerau and Tamaki Makaurau regions, discusses two key elements for raising Māori achievement: forming relationships with students and whanau; and being culturally located.

Views 12,039 Date added: 30/09/2012

Critical elements for raising Māori achievement

Date added: 30/09/2012

Critical elements for raising Māori achievement

Phoebe Davis, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) facilitator and team leader for the Tai Tokerau and Tamaki Makaurau regions, discusses two key elements for raising Māori achievement: forming relationships with students and whanau; and being culturally located.

Views 12,039 Date added: 30/09/2012

Critical elements for raising Māori achievement

Date added: 30/09/2012

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (TMoA) Online

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

Thank you for the inspiration
Posted by: Justine on the 04/10/2012
Thank you for the insipration Phoebe, I used your ideas about cultural locatedness and reflecting on the dispositions and traits of ancestors as a provocation with a team of early childhood teachers in an early childhood centre located next to a Marae - the teachers (some of whom are not from the area) had an opportunity to meet at the Marae with one of the the Kuia who shared the stories of the area, the significance of the environment and the resources for the whānau from the past to today.This has strengthend the relationship between the centre and the Marae, they are inspired to provide opportunities for children to visit the Marae on a more regular basis to ensure they become familiar with and connected to their cultural identity and whakapapa. They have aspirations to become more involved in marae life - eg Tangi, Powhiri, Wananga etc, They are one step closer to realising their centres philosophy.........Thanks Phoebe!
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