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Maori Education

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  • 1. Maori Education
  • 2. History pre colonial
    Education – then
    Language
    Waiata’s
    Meetings
    Underachievement – Problems
    Solutions
    Kohanga Reo
    Whakatauki
    Marae
    Wharewananga
    Treaty
  • 3. History pre colonial
    • Maori were seen as uncivilized by missionaries
    • 4. Had a well instituted tradition of knowledge, learning and teaching which was integral to their culture
    • 5. Had their own educational system
    • 6. No written language, was visual e.g. carvings
    • 7. For example, they had a place to go (wharewananga) where the elders hand down knowledge and tradition orally OR through their waiata
  • LANGUAGE
    Kohanga reo centers established for preservation of maori language – starting from little ones
    Permeates New Zealand society
    Recognised as a language for all of society – Maori Language week
    Maori language as a subject in schools
  • 8. DIVERSITY(PASIFIKA AND MAORI)
    Need to understand cultural capital which pertains to these ethnic groups for effective teaching
    SES
    Low decile schools – pasifika and maori students mostly found in these schools
    Need to assimilate to dominant culture
    Underachievement – Solutions?Literacy a problem, Educationalists of pasifika and maori origins
    Empathy
    Government has made scholarships available
    Hatti (2003) argues that evidence shows that the problem is teacher ineffectiveness.
    Resource availability

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