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History of Maori Literacy and Numeracy: Key events and initiatives

This list is adapted from a cool interactive timeline which you can view here. However, it’s a little frustrating if you just want to read everything on one page relating to the timeline of Maori literacy and numeracy development from a historical perspective. 1,684 more words

Professional Development

Te Kupu o te Wiki – The Word of the Week

Kia ora. To celebrate Te Reo Māori we are publishing kupu (words) and whakataukī (proverbs).

Kīwaha (colloquialism)

E mea ana koe
You bet

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My Travels Take a Luxurious Turn: Rotorua and the Hot Springs

Next stop: Rotorua! Rotorua is a rather small town on a lake on the North Island that is known for it’s strong Maori culture and its hot springs. 672 more words

New Zealand

"McRangi" - is Māori Art Selling Out?

You are who are are and you do what you do.  I could no more take the Māori out of what i do than transfuse Frida Kahlo.

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New Zealand

Anzea 2014 Conference Keynote - Nan Wehipeihana

The 2014 Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (ANZEA) conference theme - Our House, Our Whare, Our Fale: Building Strong Evaluation in Aotearoa New Zealand - had a focus on building robust evaluation in Aotearoa New Zealand. 226 more words


Good News! You don't have to be Māori to enunciate the language

“There’s no harm in trying…” – A Very Old Saying

I responded to a post by Andrew Bonallack on the Wairarapa Times Age website about the Whangarei KiwiYo korero.  

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