Ministry of Education Programmes and Resources
- Tātaiako: Cultural Competencies for Teachers of Māori Learners. "This practical document sets out competencies and guidelines for supporting Māori students to succeed as Māori in education." It relates to Ka Hikitia: the Māori Education Strategy (see below). It is also available as a book in the Education Library LB 1775.4 .N5 .T216 2011
There are many books on effective teaching methods for Māori student success. To find them, use the Māori subject heading Waihanga and also use the search term cultural responsive practices
To find journal articles on effective teaching of Māori students, search Multisearch (on the left of this page) or one of our specialist education databases. Here are some links to a few articles:
- Barnes, A., Hutchings, J., Bright, N., & Taupo, K. (2012). Critical issues for whanau in English-medium schools. Set: Research Information for Teachers, (2), 12-19.
- Macfarlane, A. (2015). Ngā tapuewae o mua mō muri: Footprints of the past to motivate today's diverse learners. Waikato Journal of Education, 20(2), 27-38.
- Patara, L. (2012). Integrating culturally responsive teaching and learning pedagogy in line with Ka Hikitia. Set: Research Information for Teachers, (2), 49-52.
- Whitinui, P. (2010). Indigenous-based inclusive pedagogy: The art of kapa haka to improve educational outcomes for Māori students in mainstream secondary schools in Aotearoa, New Zealand. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 6(1), 3-22. doi:10.5172/ijpl.6.1.3
- Henderson, L. (2013). Maori Potential: Barriers to Creating Culturally-Responsive Learning Environments in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Te Timatanga O Te Ara--Kei Whea Te Ara? Kairaranga, 14(2), 10-16.