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  • Manu’s pepehaTogi’s Samoan faafeiloaiga
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  • /MANUDefinition of Pasifika GiftednessHow it sits within Gagne’s model of differentiationOverview of what is to follow
  • Brief descriptions about the above – don’t take too long.Be clear but succinct.Empowerment (Cummins 2003)Codes of power (Delpit 1988) Identity journeys (Anae 1998)Practised set of beliefs, values and customsChanging nature of identity formationMultiple ethnic identitiesIdentity continuum
  • TOGI: Discuss briefly how Pasifika is always views through a negative lens – that Pasifika are always reported as coming from a position of LACKING, of FAILURE, of the TAIL OF UNDERACHIEVEMENT.Low achievement rates across sectorsMinistry of Education – Pasifika Education Plan 2013-2017 (5th draft) launched at KBHS Thursday 22/11/12.NZ Qualifications Authority – Pasifika Strategy 2013- 2017 – already launchedLatest statistics reveal – highest ethnic group that pursue postgraduate study in tertiary insitutions
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  • TOGI : Personalisedprogramme:Addressing Prior knowledgeKnowing the learner – having an interest in your Pasifika learners – where do you come from? What are your interests?Believing in them – having the Pasifika learner know that you yourself believe in them. Encourage, inspire them – talk about your education journey through the NZ education systemWorking collaboratively – work together and sharing knowledge with Pasifika learners. We as Pasifika learners like to work in groups its really all about family - we do things together to support one another.Catering for the language needs of students – this comes with knowing your learner. Are they from the Islands? New Zealand born islanders? Modelling – showing them how to deconstruct texts as a whole class and then work in groups and then maybe they will feel confortable to give it a go on their own which will take TIME and TIME is very very important. Give them the time and space to give things a go.Sharing cultural experiences – Sharing your cultural experiences – Pasifika learners like to know where you come from, they like to make connections with you and when the ‘sharing’ happens with the cultural experiences you build that strong relationships with the learnersPasifika values – Pasifka values are a part of our cultural heritage and upbringing. We have connections and ties with Respect, Service, Leadership, Spirituality, Belonging, Family, Love, Inclusion, Reciprocal relationships.
  • TOGIUsing the knowledge and strengths of Pasifika learners I took these and looked for Pasifika literature. Using these Pasifika authors and reading their poems, the learners connected with these poems because they had prior knowledge of this within their own family, church and community.
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  • Ace aotearoa hui fono ppt.

    1. 1. G&T: CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS ROOTS Manu Faaea-Semeatu and Togi Lemanu ACE Aotearoa Maori Hui / Pasifika Fono
    2. 2. Welcome
    3. 3. Pasifika Giftedness• Indigenous Roots• Pasifika in Aotearoa
    4. 4. Personalisedprogrammes*Process foridentifiers*Cultural identifiers*Creatingopportunities*Fuelling passions
    5. 5. Student Voice*Strategies tobuild gifts
    6. 6. ACTIVITYAnswer the following TWO questions on yourworksheet:1) Please write down your contact email address2) How do you define PASIFIKA GIFTEDNESS?What does this phrase mean to you?
    7. 7. PASIFIKA GIFTEDNESS
    8. 8. Indigenous Roots
    9. 9. Pasifika Students in Aotearoa
    10. 10. Process – Pasifika Giftedness • Community groups consulted: notions of Pasifika giftedness. • Pasifika identifiers: interviews. • Gifted Pasifika is embedded within the family and community, not in the school
    11. 11. Cultural identifiers1. ADAPTABILITY2. MEMORY3. CHURCH AFFILIATION4. COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE5. RELATIONSHIPS6. RESILIENCE7. LINEAGE/BIRTHRIGHT8. LANGUAGE FLUENCY9. LEADERSHIP10. REPRESENTATION
    12. 12. PERSONALISED LEARNING
    13. 13. Knowing yourPasifikalearners
    14. 14. VIDEO CLIP MALAE ALOALII English Teacher Aorere College AUCKLAND
    15. 15. ACTIVITYUSING YOUR OWN IDEAS and THE THEMESSHARED IN THIS WORKSHOP, COMPLETE THEREST OF THE ACTIVITY SHEET, FOCUSING ONTHE• MUSICIAN• SCIENTIST• SPORTSPERSON• TECHNICIAN
    16. 16. STUDENT VOICE
    17. 17. Student Voice• Intra and interpersonal skills need to be valued• Our students are at the heart of the learning process• Gifts need a helping hand to be transformed into talents.
    18. 18. Case Study• Tatupu – Her first day – Mistakes – Successes – Moral
    19. 19. Strategies to build gifts Connecting giftedness toDevelopmental Process talents Transform weaknesses Know your strengths Time Spent
    20. 20. Today’s Summary 1 • Pasifika Giftedness • Personalised 2 Programmes 3 • Student Voice
    21. 21. Who’s WhoNames Contact informationManu manu.faaea-Faaea- semeatu@core-ed.orgSemeatuTogi Lemanu togi.lemanu@core-ed.org
    22. 22. Resources• Pasifika Education Plan 2013-2017 http://www.minedu.govt.nz/NZEducation/EducationP olicies/PasifikaEducation/PasifikaEducationPlan2013.a spx• VPLD – Virtual Professional Learning Development http://virtualicteltpd.ning.com/• Pasifika Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI) http://www.pasifika.tki.org/
    23. 23. QUESTIONS?

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