Maximising the Diversity of our learners - Māori, Pacific and Youth

Supporting learners, Educational outcomes, Pacific learner success, Māori learner success, Youth Guarantee, Teaching strategies
Published: 20 June 2012

This resource is aimed at tutors seeking new teaching approaches, serving as both a self-evaluation tool to enhance teaching and learning spaces and offering a selection of useful tips aligned with local, national, and international research, fostering a culture of success.

Produced by Whitireia New Zealand.


Successful Teaching and Learning Strategies for Māori, Pacific and Youth Learners

Effective teaching strategies can improve learning outcomes for Māori, Pacific and youth. Read the latest findings from Whitireia New Zealand.

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Co-funded by

Ako Aotearoa’s
Regional Hub Project Fund

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