Culturally Responsive Practice

Links to research and documents supporting the development of: the concept and role of culture as well as cultural values, practices, and beliefs. Also includes material that supports bicultural and multicultural theories and practical application within educational settings.
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The study of Maori history-Te takanga o te wa, meets the aspirations of the NZC the curriculum principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, inclusion, and cultural diversity, and the core curriculum values. It allows us to understand what makes Aotearoa New Zealand distinctive and unique.This resource helps konga to understand how the past has shaped us and to look to the past to inform the present.#waitangi#maorihistory#nzhistory#socialstudies…

33 Maori Words Every New Zealand Learner Should Know

The study of Maori history-Te takanga o te wa, meets the aspirations of the NZC the curriculum principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, inclusion, and cultural diversity, and the core curriculum values. It allows us to understand what makes Aotearoa New Zealand distinctive and unique.This resource helps konga to understand how the past has shaped us and to look to the past to inform the present.#waitangi#maorihistory#nzhistory#socialstudies…

Fina Hallman, a teacher from Flanshaw Road School, has been exploring culturally responsive pedagogy for her teaching inquiry.     In this blog Fina shares how peer coaching has enriched and deepened the inquiry process.

Fina Hallman, a teacher from Flanshaw Road School, has been exploring culturally responsive pedagogy for her teaching inquiry. In this blog Fina shares how peer coaching has enriched and deepened the inquiry process.

Arihia Stirling, Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae.

Arihia Stirling, Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae.

About Kia Eke Panuku: The Response - Kia Eke Panuku

About Kia Eke Panuku: The Response - Kia Eke Panuku

Children aged five are arriving at school with insufficient school-useful vocabulary to allow them to easily access the learning provided.

Children aged five are arriving at school with insufficient school-useful vocabulary to allow them to easily access the learning provided.

The Voice of Whānau Māori in their Child’s Success ‘as Māori’ in Mainstream Early Childhood Education - Barbara O’Loughlin

The Voice of Whānau Māori in their Child’s Success ‘as Māori’ in Mainstream Early Childhood Education - Barbara O’Loughlin

Kia Hiwa Ra! Listen to Culture—Māori Students’ Plea to Educators. Another great read from Angus Macfarlane. Chapter 8 is of particular note - "Strategies for Teachers

Kia Hiwa Ra! Listen to Culture—Māori Students’ Plea to Educators. Another great read from Angus Macfarlane. Chapter 8 is of particular note - "Strategies for Teachers

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