Te Tēpu: panel discussion – Tuia Te Ako 2013

Māori learner success
Published: 11 April 2013

Te Tēpu: Kairangi – excellence in creating innovative solutions to contemporary issues for Māori learning success.

A panel discussion at Tuia Te Ako 2013 facilitated by Mereana Selby, with panellists Nathan Durie, Te Wānanga o Raukawa, and Wally Penetito, Victoria University of Wellington.

This was a structured discussion with a seed group of specially invited panelists. The panellists will open the discussion with their response to some key questions around the subject of kairangi. Spare places at te tēpu are available, and members of the audience will be encouraged to take up these places when they feel they have a contribution to make. Members of the discussion group leave te tēpu when they have had their say, making room for new participants. This provides an effective means of exploring the breadth of opinion on current issues relating to Māori success in tertiary education.

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