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Weaving the mat | Language weeks and cultural events

Supporting learners, Pacific learner success, Māori learner success
Published: 6 September 2022

Part of a series of teaching support videos developed to inform Māori and Pacific student achievement, where students speak about success for themselves. In this video, students answer the question "What do you think lecturers could learn from attending Language Weeks and other cultural events?"

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Weaving the mat | Data-informed initiatives to enhance Māori and Pacific Student Achievement

This project from the University of Waikato aims to develop new teaching and learning initiatives for Māori and Pasifika students that are informed by a learner analytics system, combined with student voice data and cases studies of success.

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