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Māori Education Guide: Tūhonotanga Marautanga Māori - Curriculum links

Ngā Mātāpono, ngā Uara, ngā Waiaro

Ko te tāhūhū o te mātauranga Māori ko Te Tiriti o Waitangi
​The foundation for the principles of Māori education is Te Tiriti o Waitangi 

Ngā Mātāpono Whānui: overarching principles of the Māori Curriculum

  • Ko te ākonga te pūtake o te ako: The student is the root of learning
  • Kia pūmau te ākonga ki a ia anō: To ensure the student believes in their own abilities
  • Kia eke te ākonga ki tōna taumata: To enable students to thrive and reach their potential
  • Me mahi tahi te kura, te whānau, te hapū, te iwi me te hapori: To work with communities, schools, families, hapū and iwi.
  • Ko te oranga taiao, he oranga tangata: The health of the environment is the health of the student

Ngā Uara, ngā Waiaro: Values and Attitudes

  • Kia tū pakari te ākonga i runga i te ngākau pono, te ngākau māhaki, me te rangimārie: To ensure students stand strong in their beliefs, with humbleness and integrity.  
  • Kia mātau te ākonga ki ngā uara o tōna whānau, t/ōna hapū, t/ōna iwi, me te hapori, e mārama ai tōna huarahi ki te ao Māori: Students understand the values of their whānau, their hapū, their iwi, their community to ensure a clear pathway to, and within te ao Māori
  • Kia aro ngā ākonga ki te tangata ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa kei hea, ahakoa pēhea rānei tōna āhua: Students consider other people regardless of who they are, where they come from, or their own personal beliefs and characteristics.

*Points in te reo Māori extracted from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (pages 1-13), 2012

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He Rauemi Rangahau - Kaupapa Māori Research

Mai Review A forum for research and information on capability and capacity building for Māori and Indigenous people.

Rangahau This website aims to assist Māori researchers through the kaupapa Māori research process.

theory/idea:ariā critique/appraise:arohaehae 
focus:arotahi evaluate:arotake examine:mātai 
concept:huatau challenge:mātātaki 
information:
mōhiohio justify:parahau 
interact:pāhekoheko manipulate:rāwekeweke 
retell/repeat:tāruarua analyse/sort:tātari 
identify:tautohu investigate:tūhura 
explore/exploration:torotoro 
database:putunga hōtuku process:tukanga 
critical thinking:whakaaro arohaehae 
logical thinking:whakaaro arorau 
compile/synthesize/develop:whakahiato 
summarize:whakarāpopoto 
develop:whakawhanake 
creative/innovative:auaha(tanga) culture:ahurea 
constraint:aukati language function:āheinga reo 
physical competence:āheinga kōiri unique:ahurei 
flexible:hangore community:hapori process:hātepe 
enthusiasm:hihiri excellence/superiority:hiranga 
enterprise:hinonga ingenuity:hinengaro auaha 
design:hoahoa client/customer:kiritaki 
finding/s:kitenga principle:mātāpono 
relationship:hononga context:horopaki 
over time:huringa o te wā opportunity:huarahi wātea 
emotion/feelings:kare ā-roto observation:mātakinga 
confidence:māia proficient:matatau 
ethics/ethical:matatika/mātātika source:mātāpuna 
evidence based:papataunaki  
formal:ōkawa informal:ōpaki 
physical:ōkiko body language:reo ā-tinana 
productive language:reo ā-puta strategy:rautaki 
process information:tukatuka mōhiohio 
information transfer:tuku mōhiohio value:uara 
cognitive values:uara ā-hinengaro moral values:uara ā-wairua  
adapt:urutau strands:whenu 
experience:wheako behaviour:whanonga 
attitude:waiaro personal:whaiaro 
He Kupu Taka:
 A more comprehensive list of Māori curriculum terminology as used within Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and other curriculum documents

Ka Hikitia - The Māori Language Education Strategy

Ka Hikitia - The Māori Education Strategy

At the heart of a strong economy and healthy society lies the educational success of its people. Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013-2017 is the Ministry of Education's renewed strategy to improve how the education system performs to ensure Māori students are enjoying and achieving education success as Māori.

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

E whakaatu ana Te Marautanga o Aotearoa i te mātauranga, i ngā pūkenga, i ngā uara, i ngā waiaro hei ārahi i te ako a ngā ākonga i roto i ngā kura reo Māori. Me mātua uru te marautanga ki roto i ngā tūtohinga kura katoa hei whakatutuki i ngā mātāpono, i ngā whāinga paetae o tēnā wāhanga ako, o tēnā wāhanga ako. Heoi anō, mā ngā kura anō te mātauranga me ngā horopaki o ō rātou ake rohe e whakauru ki ngā horopaki ako.

Ko Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, he anga:
• hei whakawhanake kaupapa here ā-motu, hei tautoko i ngā ratonga mātauranga mō ngā kura reo Māori; • hei tautohu i ngā mātāpono me ngā rautaki aromatawai;
• hei tautohu i ngā arotakenga ā-kura me ngā putanga ako o ngā ākonga;
• hei whakamōhio i ngā whare wānanga, ngā kura whakapakari kaiako hoki;
• hei āwhina i ngā mātua kia mārama ai rātou ki te marautanga ako o te kura;
• hei whakamana i ngā kaupapa ako o te kura. 

Kei Te Puna Paper ētahi kape ā-tā o Te Marautanga hei mārakerake mā te hunga ako.

Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori

Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori

Ko te whakatakoto i tā tātou marautanga ā-motu te aronga mō ngā whakaakoranga me ngā akoranga i roto i ngā kura o Aotearoa i roto i ngā tuhinga e rua: Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, te marautanga mō ngā kura me ngā akomanga rumaki reo Māori, me The New Zealand Curriculum mō ngā kura reo Ingarihi. E tautoko ana Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori i Te Marautanga o Aotearoa mā te whakapūmau i ngā whāinga mārama, ōrite hoki mō nga pūkenga me ngā mōhiotanga kōrero, pānui, tuhituhi me te pāngarau hei ako mā ngā ākonga tau 1-8 i ngā wāhanga rerekē o ā rātou akoranga i te kura. He tohu i ngā take hiranga hei tirotiro, hei ārahi hoki i ngā mahinga whakaakoranga, akoranga me te aromatawai. E pēnei ana kia whai wāhi ai nga ākonga ki ngā wāhanga katoa o te marautanga me te hiki ake i ngā whakatutukitanga e puta ai ngā ihu o ngā tamariki ina wehe rātou i te kura me te whiwhi hoki i ngā tohu e hiahiatia ana e rātou. Kei roto i Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori ko te whakawhanake i tētahi pūrongo reo māmā ki ngā mātua me ngā whānau, te whakawhanake i ngā rauemi aromatawai tatau me te pānui pukapuka mō te rumaki reo Māori, me ngā kaupapa whakapakari kaiako, tumuaki me ngā mema o te poari.

Mātaiako

Mātaiako

Ko Mātaiako he kaupapa hei hiki i te angitu o ngā ākonga me ngā putanga ako mā te aromatawai i ngā kura me ngā whare rumaki reo Māori. 

Ka whakamahia e Mātaiako ngā aromatawai ā-ākonga hei āwhina i a rātou anō, ō rātou mātua, ngā whānau, ngā kaiako, me ngā tumuaki ki te whakamahere i tētahi huarahi mātauranga kia puta angitu ai rātou. 

Ko tā te pae ipurangi nei he kōrero mō ngā āhuatanga hou o Mātaiako me ngā mahi whānui e mahia ana kia whai hua a Mātaiako.

Nga rauemi - resources

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Powhiri (online resource)

Pōwhiri - the Māori welcome is a site that introduces the concepts and practices which take place in a powhiri. This resource was developed by Nga Puhi, but many of the elements apply in other tribal areas.

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