Applying Rangatiratanga in your practice
A one hour online session adapted from the modules within our Māori Cultural Capability Pathway.
This workshop is one in a series of seven. For information on the other workshops in this series, please see Applying Māori Cultural Capability.
Rangatiratanga (Self-determination of thinking and actions)
Rangatiratanga is a traditional Māori philosophy, value and practice of people exercising their independence, and determining their choices for governing themselves. Rangatiratanga has particular prominence as it is the basis of one of the Articles of The Treaty of Waitangi (1840), the founding document of Aotearoa NZ.
In adult education, rangatiratanga refers to the processes of self-determination of own thinking, and of determining one's choices for practice, learning and teaching. Educators can also exercise rangatiratanga by supporting learners to be independent, and guiding them to take control of their career pathway choices.
In this online workshop you will be able to:
- gain deeper insights into rangatiratanga in tertiary education
- read and respond to some activities relating to rangatiratanga in tertiary education
- write a short reflective commentary about rangatiratanga in your practice, or with adult learners.
Participants can earn Ako Aotearoa digital badges as evidence of participation and completion of course requirements.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is recommended for teaching and learning support practitioners seeking to expand their understanding and practice, as well as more experienced practitioners seeking to extend or verify their understanding and practice as well as a relevant specialisation. (Tapatoru Pūkenga Papa Rua and Papa Toru – Level 2 / 3)