MANAKO, ONLINE WORKSHOP
Applying Whanaungatanga in your practice - Advanced
Learn strategies for applying Māori values and methodologies in your practice.
This workshop is one of a series of seven. Watch a short video introduction to the series, or find out more and book other workshops here.
Whanaungatanga (Building respectful relationships)
Whanaungatanga underpins te ao Māori/ the Māori world, which describes the blood kinship relationships within and between whānau (families), hapū (subtribes) and iwi (tribes). Because of this, whanaungatanga has many cultural dimensions and complexities. Whanaungatanga has been conceptualised to include also the whānau-like / family-like relationships between people in adult education and in the workplace. As with the Māori world, building respectful relationships in this context has its complexities too.
This advanced workshop explores some deeper insights about whanaungatanga in the Māori world. We will also reveal some of the complexities and dynamics of building respectful whānau-like relationships in adult education and in the workplace. To do this task, we will be engaging some of Bloom’s (1954) questioning techniques.
By the end of this workshop you will be able to:
- discuss how Whanaungatanga is one of the fundamental philosophies of te ao Māori/ the Māori world
- apply Bloom’s questioning techniques to enhance whānau-like relationships with adult learners, and as appropriate in the workplace.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for people who work in adult education or various workplaces, and who are seeking to deepen their understanding and practice of whanaungatanga.
See other available course dates and options for the series.
About the facilitators
Peter Tahere – Lead facilitator
Ko Maungataniwha rāua ko Tongariro ōku maunga. Ko Hokianga rāua ko Taupō-nui-a-Tia ōku moana. Ko Ngāpuhi rāua ko Tūwharetoa ōku iwi.
Peter provides introductory professional learning and development to a cross section of tertiary, public and private sectors. He has extensive experience in education including review and evaluation within the early childhood and school sectors; iwi engagement projects including a secondment to the Tertiary Education Commission. Prior to that he worked in career education and development within the secondary, tertiary and private sectors.
Charmaine Tukua – Kaupapa Māori Facilitator
Mauriora ki a tātou. Ko Taupiri, ko Aoraki ōku maunga. Ko Waikato, ko Waitaki ōku awa. Ko Tainui, ko Ngai Tahu ōku iwi. I tipu ake au ki Ōtautahi, Te Waipounamu.
Charmaine has been a Kai-Whakarite/Pouako at ARA – Te Pūkenga for 20+ years with experience in Kaupapa Māori and Adult Education sectors as a pouako, curriculum developer, programme reviewer, researcher, and a workshop facilitator.
Charmaine also works for Literacy Aotearoa and has had many roles as a professional learning developer, national trainer, assessor and moderator focusing on Māori Literacy, Literacy and Numeracy for adult educators. Charmaine has worked and facilitated workshops and programmes for many organisations with a passion and focus on Te Ao Māori, Kaupapa Māori, Mātauranga Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Kaupapa Māori Research, Māori Mental Health, Literacy and Numeracy.
Charmaine joins our team here at Ako Aotearoa as part of our Māori Cultural Capability Team as a Kaupapa Māori Facilitator.
Dr Mei Winitana – Manager Māori Cultural Capability
Kia ora tātou katoa! He uri ahau i ngā iwi katoa o te waka o Mataatua, Ngāti Ruapani ki Waikaremoana, me Taranaki Whānui ki Waiwhetu. Tihei mauriora!
Mei is Kaiwhakahaere Māori Cultural Capability at Ako Aotearoa, with extensive experience in the adult education sector. As a researcher, a resource developer and an experienced workshop facilitator, she works in several collaborative projects focusing on literacy, numeracy, and cultural capability for tertiary practitioners and educators; co-designing of iwi/tribal training and education plans; cultural strategic planning with organisations; development of a suite of Māori cultural capability resources with digital badges.
Ako Aotearoa badges
Participants can earn Ako Aotearoa digital badges as evidence of participation and completion of workshop requirements.
Māori Cultural Capability (MCC) pathway
After this workshop, participants can pursue the following options to continue their professional development:
- free MCC online modules with Pathways Awarua
- further MCC independent learning with Ako Aotearoa to achieve digital badges
- TEO in-house workshops customised for your organisation by Ako Aotearoa.
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