Project Details

Overview: 

Information and resources related to cultural capability in adult literacy and numeracy education. Covers topics such as using Māori pedagogies and culturally responsive teaching and learning methods, including the model of mātauranga Māori by Professor Mason Durie known as Te Whare Tapa Whā.

Key Points to Note:

  • Demonstrating cultural capability in teaching programmes enhances learner engagement and promotes learner success.
  • These resources aim to support the development of cultural capability.
  • To get started, watch the Introduction to Engaging Māori Learners video.
  • Keep in mind, there are several resources available to support cultural capability, including videos and written resources to download.

Video

Māori Learner Success, Introduction to Engaging Māori Learners

A YouTube video explaining how to engage Māori learners.

(YouTube, 2.08 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Māori Learner Success, Te Whare Tapa Whā

 A YouTube video explaining Professor Mason Durie's model of mātauranga Māori, 2001.

(YouTube, 5.54 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Māori Learner Success, Using Māori Pedagogies

A YouTube video explaining how the wharenui can be used to teach literacy. 

(YouTube, 12.43 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Māori Learner Success, Tuakana Teina

A YouTube video explaining the concept of tuakana teina.

(YouTube, 2.44 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Māori Learner Success, Poutama

A YouTube video explaining the concept of poutama.

(YouTube, 12.18 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Māori Learner Success, Pōwhiri

A YouTube video explaining the Māori cultural practice of pōwhiri.

(YouTube, 10.15 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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