Ako Aotearoa leads New Zealand's tertiary sector in building educational capability for learner success.

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Supporting healthy student cohort formation | Guide for teaching staff

This resource guide outlines ways teaching staff can ensure that a student cohort develops to be supportive, constructive and inclusive to all.

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Ako Aotearoa launches online self-paced Māori cultural capability courses

Our Māori Cultural Capability Pathway is a series of four self-paced online courses that will improve teaching and help tertiary educators create the best environment for Māori learners. Educators will take a deep-dive into Māori values, gain feedback via an assessment, and can be awarded a digital badge.

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Mānawatia a Matariki! Celebrate Matariki!

Ako Aotearoa joins the nation in marking the rising of Matariki. We do this firstly, by farewelling those beloved family members and friends who passed away in the past year. 'Kua whetūrangitia nei koutou, nōreira haere atu rā! Your spirits have risen as stars into the heavens, so farewell unto you!'

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Tuia Te Ako Returning in 2022

Ako Aotearoa is pleased to announce the return of our national Māori tertiary education hui – Tuia Te Ako. The hui will be held online on 7 & 8 September.

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Celebrating ako on the awa

The Tū Te Ngana Hau (The Breath of Endeavour) project has completed and we are delighted to share these valuable outputs with you.

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Te Tiriti in Tertiary: Demand increasing for treaty workshops

Te Tiriti o Waitangi – a Visual History, introduces educators to the treaty’s context, reflects on the contents of the agreement, and demonstrates what upholding Te Tiriti means in education today.

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