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    Explore Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (2008) front end and contributing marau; the philosophical framework Te Aho Matua; and whānau, hapū and iwi involvement in the education achievement of Māori ākonga.

    About this paper

    Paper title Te Pupuke
    Subject Education
    EFTS 0.15
    Points 18 points
    Teaching period 1st Non standard period (26 February 2024 - 22 November 2024) (On campus)
    Domestic Tuition Fees ( NZD ) $937.50
    International Tuition Fees Tuition Fees for international students are elsewhere on this website.
    EDCR 152
    Limited to
    Te Pōkai Mātauranga o te Ao Rua (Primary Bicultural Education) students only.
    Parker Ormond,
    Teaching staff
    Paper Co-ordinator: Parker Ormond
    Paper Structure
    • Key skills, knowledge and vocabulary associated with Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
    • Second language acquisition/teaching strategies - Second Language Pedagogy
    • Developing classroom programmes
    • Te Ao Māori philosophies
    • Application of Māori Teaching models
    • Planning using marau
    • Ngā Kete Kōrero
    • Assessment
    Teaching Arrangements
    This paper is only offered on the Southland campus of the University of Otago.

    Ministry of Education (2007). The New Zealand Curriculum for English-medium teaching and learning in years 1-13. Wellington, New Zealand:  Learning Media.

    Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga. (2008). Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Aotearoa: Te Pou Taki Kōrero Whāiti.

    Ministry of Education. (2009). Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako I te Reo Māori – Kura Auraki – Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Re Māori IN English Medium Schools Years 1-13. Wellington, New Zealand: Learning Media.

    Ministry of Education. (2011). Tataiako Cultural Competencies for Teachers of Māori Learners.

    Ministry of Education. (2013). Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013 – 2017 The Māori Education Strategy.

    Williams, H. (2008). Dictionary of the Maori Language (7th edition). Wellington: Securacopy.

    Graduate Attributes Emphasised
    Interdisciplinary perspective, Communication, Critical thinking, Cultural understanding, Environmental literacy, Information literacy, Research, Teamwork.
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    Learning Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete this paper will:

    • Demonstrate a working knowledge of selected wāhanga ako within Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (2008).
    • Demonstrate effective planning and assessment for teaching inclusive of all learners.
    • Critically analyse Te Aho Matua as a philosophical framework within Māori immersion settings.
    • Critically reflect upon the ‘relational’ development and inclusion of whānau, hapū and iwi in the educational success of ākonga within English medium and Māori medium settings.

    In order to ensure that our Bicultural programme meets the competencies outlined in the TātaiReo framework we have identified which learning outcomes can support these competencies.

    • Kia Māori te Reo: learning outcomes 1 and 4
    • Kia Ora te Reo: learning outcomes 1 and 4
    • Kia Tika te Reo: learning outcomes 1 and 4
    • Kia Rere te Reo: learning


    1st Non standard period (26 February 2024 - 22 November 2024)

    Teaching method
    This paper is taught On Campus
    Learning management system


    Stream Days Times Weeks
    A1 Monday 12:00-13:20 9-13, 15-18, 22
    Tuesday 13:30-14:50 29-36, 38-42
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