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A BROfessional approach to working with Māori

A BROfessional approach to working with Māori

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  • Align my thoughts with a Māori way of thinking
  • Research Language, culture & identity / Productive Partnerships – Te Mangōroa – Acknowledging what whānau want / Whānau & Student Aspirations
  • Research Language, culture & identity / Productive Partnerships – Te Mangōroa – Acknowledging what whānau want / Whānau & Student Aspirations
  • Pulling out and putting in ‘A little bit more’ Productive partnerships – Te Mangōroa Engaging whānau – VLN discussion post Connect with our communities – with and about –ICTs
  • Ākonga & Kaiako – wider whānau, hapū, iwi – whanaunga – BROs Brofessionalism takes place…to create, foster and make learning happen But where is this source of knowledge drawn from…???? What is above this???
  • Aligning this BROfessional e-Learning approach to Māori thinking – Māori Pedagogy – 3 kete – combination of 3 Developing this idea – Because there are stories about the baskets/the stones…before and after Downloading of knowledge….kīnaki / kōmiri – mix (Blend) and sort - Learn
  • Traditional Knowledge Based on beliefs, Non-negotiables – What our Māori children come with – Inherent stuff – by virtue of who they are – Ka Hikitia Educators have to acknowledge that our children come with more than what you see Language, culture & identity – Te Mangōroa / Ka Hikitia
  • Downloading of knowledge – E-Learning is learning that is encouraged and supported by information technology and communication technology. Information technology is critical to this generation, and is an effective means of teaching and learning. E-Learning allows: easy access to knowledge in New Zealand and the wider world from the school or home; the learner and community to learn together; the learner to have varied experiences, and experiences beyond the school and home Accessible knowledge/skills – Developing skills to use e-Learning tools – Developing skills to work appropriately & safely within the virtual realm / Derived my thoughts from the work of Tukaki Waititi 3 kete are visible Inorder to develop and access this knowledge…skills – relationships have to be strong Ako – Te Mangōroa / Ka Hikitia statement
  • Have to gain access to the knowledge within this basket – From Te Kete Aronui & Te Kete Tūāuri– Blend of knowledge Educators play a role to empower, guide & support our Māori Learners to access this knowledge – expertise Must be selective about what you take & use from this kete Keepin it real – by having a purpose to access knowledge/ gain expertise – possibly focus on a career Ako / Productive Partnerships – Te Mangōroa / Ka Hikitia NZC – Schools should explore not only how ICT can supplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning TMoA E-Learning is learning that is encouraged and supported by information technology and communication technology. Information technology is critical to this generation, and is an effective means of teaching and learning. E-Learning allows: easy access to knowledge in New Zealand and the wider world from the school or home; the learner and community to learn together; the learner to have varied experiences, and experiences beyond the school and home.
  • Te Mangōroa link: http://temangoroa.tki.org.nz/tags/content?tags=ako
  • Te Mangōroa link: http://temangoroa.tki.org.nz/tags/content?tags=identity_language_and_culture
  • Te Mangōroa link: http://temangoroa.tki.org.nz/tags/content?tags=productive_partnerships
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    • 1. U Learn 2012 A Professional e-LearningApproach to Working with Māori & Pasifika StudentsJanelle Riki, Moana Timoko, Anaru White and Togi Lemanu www.tetoitupu.org
    • 2. A BROfessionale-Learning Approach www.tetoitupu.org
    • 3. A BROfessional• Reference: www.brofessional.com• A BROfessional is a bro who is able to work in a professional environment without losing his own personal “BRO” style, attitude and skills. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 4. A PROfessional way to explain BROfessionalism• Consider a BROfessional approach when working with Māori learners• How does it align to ‘Something Māori’?• Ways of our tūpuna – Use of analogies/parallels – Use of metaphor – Really good story tellers www.tetoitupu.org
    • 5. A BROfessional approach• BRO – Whanaungatanga – Bro – Whanaunga – Term of endearment – Cuz – Breaking down barriers – Sense of belonging – being part of www.tetoitupu.org
    • 6. A BROfessional approach•B Blending•R Relationships•O Open www.tetoitupu.org
    • 7. B Blending• Blending – implies something has to be done• Blend of what?• Me kīnaki – To mix/stir• Me kōmiri – To sort www.tetoitupu.org
    • 8. R Relationships• Establishing relationships• Receptive - a relationship can not begin without people being receptive• Links – whanaungatanga / te hononga www.tetoitupu.org
    • 9. O Open• Open to ideas• Removing barriers – Being overt• If you give, you give it all/Pulling out and putting in• Opens up avenues – Allows access• Acknowledging who your students are - Where & Who they come from – Not just about the what• Sharing a little about yourself – Why? www.tetoitupu.org
    • 10. A BROfessionale-Learning Approach e - Learning www.tetoitupu.org
    • 11. A BROfessional e-Learning Approach Ākonga e Kaiako Learning www.tetoitupu.org
    • 12. A BROfessional e-Learning Approach Rehutai Hukatai Learning www.tetoitupu.org
    • 13. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 14. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 15. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 16. http://www.temangoroa.tki.org.nz www.tetoitupu.org
    • 17. Te Mangōroa:• www.vln.school.nz• Te Mangōroa Discussion post www.tetoitupu.org
    • 18. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 19. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 20. www.tetoitupu.org
    • 21. Connecting Home & School:• http://www.vln.school.nz• Connect with our communities with – and about – Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) www.tetoitupu.org
    • 22. Aligning BROfessionalism toMāori Pedagogy• NZC – TMoA – Completely different – Not a translation• Reflecting a Māori perspective – How?• Not to translate but interpret www.tetoitupu.org