Links and resources (rauemi) related to science (pūtaiao)
Waka ama physics task and assessment (level 3 NCEA)
These four files are a physics internal assessment task for NCEA level 3 that uses waka ama as the example. The task was authored by Jinesh Joseph from Te Kura Māori o Porirua in collaboration with Rangiiria Barclay-Kerr, and Jordan Clarke from the University of Otago, 2020. Further support was provided by staff from the Department of Physics and Te Tumu, School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, University of Otago, particularly Dr Terry Scott and Dr Gianna Leoni.
Utaina! Ko ngā hua pūtaiao i te reo Māori
Utaina! 2021 is a one-day symposium to bring together educators and researchers interested in science education in te reo Māori. Abstracts and other material related to Utaina! will be accessible here, as it becomes available.
Utina! programme (PDF)
Links to other websites
- Kauwhata Reo / Whata Whātoro a repository for resources that support teaching and learning in te reo Māori.
- MAI Journal – an academic journal focused on Indigenous scholarship that publishes articles in te reo Māori and in English.
- Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - A Centre of Research Excellence focused on Indigenous research, based at the University of Auckland, with 21 partner institutions.
- Pae Kupu - A Māori dictionary with science kupu and explanations.
- Priscillawehi: Resources – Priscilla Wehi is a scientist who focuses on human-nature relationships and produces many resources in both te reo Māori and English.
- Te Koronga - An Indigenous science research theme at the University of Otago, who have recently developed a habit tracker resource available in Māori and English:
Habit tracker resource
- Toi Tangata - an agency focused on kaupapa Māori approaches to healthy lifestyles.
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