Domain 2 - Culturally Responsive Practice

The resources pinned in this domain support my understanding of Maori and Pasifika and how to provide a culturally responsive and effective service for Maori and Pasifika students. The competencies for the domain focus on the concept and role of culture, cultural values, beliefs, and practices. The resources pinned are key readings/references that were valuable to me when achieving my goals. Some of the resources I will refer back to and use with colleagues/teachers.
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Most of the Pacific people in this country where born here. We have a youthful population and statistics show that almost half of Pacific children aged 0-4 y...

Most of the Pacific people in this country where born here. We have a youthful population and statistics show that almost half of Pacific children aged 0-4 y...

My reflections for this domain have been summarised in this think chart.  I have applied this to my practice and highlighted what I perceive to be the 'Key characteristics of a culturally responsive RTLB' - What it looks like, sounds like and feels like in our practice.

My reflections for this domain have been summarised in this think chart. I have applied this to my practice and highlighted what I perceive to be the 'Key characteristics of a culturally responsive RTLB' - What it looks like, sounds like and feels like in our practice.

The teaching as inquiry cycle for teachers of Te Reo Māori.  Key things for teachers to ask: How can I teach my next Te Reo lesson?  How can I maintain a communicative approach? How can I incorporate Tikanga into my teaching? How can I involve whanau?

The teaching as inquiry cycle for teachers of Te Reo Māori. Key things for teachers to ask: How can I teach my next Te Reo lesson? How can I maintain a communicative approach? How can I incorporate Tikanga into my teaching? How can I involve whanau?

www.education.govt.nz assets Documents Ministry Strategies-and-policies Ka-Hikitia KaHikitiaAcceleratingSuccessEnglish.pdf

www.education.govt.nz assets Documents Ministry Strategies-and-policies Ka-Hikitia KaHikitiaAcceleratingSuccessEnglish.pdf

This is a great resource for me to refer to.  It is a site that will keep me up to date with information and resources relevant to the teaching and learning of Te Reo in schools.  It is easy to navigate and resourceful.

This is a great resource for me to refer to. It is a site that will keep me up to date with information and resources relevant to the teaching and learning of Te Reo in schools. It is easy to navigate and resourceful.

Tena koutou, Tena koutou, Tena koutou  katoa  Ko Rangitoto te maunga. Ko Weiti te awa.  Ko (Windsor Castle) te waka.  Ko Jane toku ingoa.  Ko Janette toku Mama. Ko Les toku Papa. Ko Trevor toku hoa rangatira.  Ko Zac taku tama My son is Zac  Nõ reira  Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.

Tena koutou, Tena koutou, Tena koutou katoa Ko Rangitoto te maunga. Ko Weiti te awa. Ko (Windsor Castle) te waka. Ko Jane toku ingoa. Ko Janette toku Mama. Ko Les toku Papa. Ko Trevor toku hoa rangatira. Ko Zac taku tama My son is Zac Nõ reira Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.

Hall developed the analogy of the iceberg (1976). If the culture of society was the iceberg he reasoned that there are many aspects visible above the water but there is a larger portion hidden below the surface. He talks about the differences between the conscious and the unconscious.

Hall developed the analogy of the iceberg (1976). If the culture of society was the iceberg he reasoned that there are many aspects visible above the water but there is a larger portion hidden below the surface. He talks about the differences between the conscious and the unconscious.

This model teaches us is that we cannot judge a new culture based only on what we see when we first enter it. We must take the time to get to know individuals from that culture and interact with them. Only by doing so can we uncover the values and beliefs that underlie the behavior of that society.

This model teaches us is that we cannot judge a new culture based only on what we see when we first enter it. We must take the time to get to know individuals from that culture and interact with them. Only by doing so can we uncover the values and beliefs that underlie the behavior of that society.

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