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BOOKLET SET | Ki te hoe – Indigenising Spaces

Effective teaching, Support for beginning teachers, Educational outcomes, Cultural Capability, Teacher professional development, Te Reo Māori
Published: 14 June 2024

Kia kaha te reo Māori – let’s make te reo Māori strong!

Strengthen your learning and use of te reo Māori as an everyday language of instruction. 

This series of 17 te reo Māori resource books have been developed to assist New Zealand’s Teaching Profession towards meeting up to Level 3 of Te Aho Arataki Mārau – the teaching and learning te reo Māori in English medium settings (Years 1–13).

Produced by Dr Ngaroma M. Williams, Dr Tracy Dayman, Dr Kay-Lee Jones, and Rāhera Cowie.

Funded by: Well-being Research Institute, University of Canterbury.

This .zip file contains all 17 booklets in PDF format. Please check the downloads folder on your computer. 

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