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Ta Kotahi Tatou: Standing Together to Make a Difference
Leanne Otene, Principal, Manaia View School

Presentation at Yamaiyamarna Paitya | Teachers are deadly! 2012 national MATSITI conference, July 9-11, Tarndanya (Adelaide), 9-11 July.
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  • Tu Kotahi Tatou “Standing together to make a difference” Leanne Otene Principal Manaia View School NZ Aka Tokerau Maori Principals Ass.Yamaiyamarna Paitya Conference, Adelaide, July 9-11 2012
  • Mihi - Formal Maori acknowledgement to:- the Higher Being- the place in which we meet- the land- those passed- then the people of the land here today
  • Whakapapa: My Genealogy(Formal Maori Introduction)Orawhana is my mountainOwhata is my nearest water (Harbour)Te Rarawa is my tribeNgati Kuri is my people (sub tribe)My ancestors came to NZ on the Mataatua CanoeMy ancestral house is called ManukauMy father is Leo LloydMy Mother is Libby TaffardMy husband is StewartMy children are Connor and JoshI am Principal of Manaia View SchoolMy name is Leanne Otene
  • I bring with me from the Maori People of New Zealand Aroha: love Manakitanga: Respect Tautoko: Support Whakapono: Belief and Trust
  • A Maori Proverb“My strength does not comefrom me alone but also from others” Ref:http:// www.mereana.co
  • My Leadership Journey Action is the mark of goodleadership. It’s not enough to have vision. Leaders must share it and act upon it.
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Maori Educational Strategy Approach Ka Hikitea: Managing for successCulture countsLanguage acquisition- language is the essence of cultureHigh expectationsRealizing potentialProviding opportunities for successDeveloping a strong identityWorking together in partnershipConnections/ relationships ref: Ka Hikitea ‘Managing for Success” The Maori Education strategy, MOE (2008 -2012)
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Manaia View School www.manaiaview.scho
  • Aka Tokerau Maori Principals Association Vision“To strengthen Maori Educators professional networks . To identify and develop Maori Teachers and Principals. To be an influential voice on Maori Education”
  • Aka Tokerau Leadership Model Tamariki Child
  • Aka Tokerau Leadership Model Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism Tamariki Child
  • Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism1. To actively participate and contribute on influential stakeholderpositions – National Executive Positions. - NZEI PC – New Zealand Educational Institute Principals Council, - NZPF – New Zealand Principals Federation - TTPC – Tai Tokerau Principals Council - Te Akatea Maori Principals Association - New Zealand First Time Principals Mentoring Programme. - Teachers Council (National body for Registration of Teachers / Standards of Practice) 2 . Aka Tokerau National Annual Conference - focussed on meeting the needs of Maori Students in Mainstream and Kura Kaupapa Schools. - Provide high-end professional development - Challenge and engage Pakeha Teachers/ Educators - to empower Maori Teachers as models of good practice - To share our position on educational issues
  • Aka Tokerau LeadershipModel Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism Tamariki Child Tautoko Advocacy / Support
  • Tautoko Advocacy / Support1. Advise on appointments of Principals – where there are high numbers of Maori children.2. Identify Maori Teachers for positions of responsibility and support them to aspire to these positions.3. To advocate for Aka Tokerau members in Ministry of Education forums and discussions.4. Mentoring of First Time Maori Principals.
  • Aka Tokerau Leadership Model Matauranga Knowledge Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism Mana WhakahaereMana Tangata Integrity Resilience Tamariki Child Tautoko Advocacy / Support
  • Educational Leadership qualitiesMatauranga - KnowledgeMana Whakahaere - ResilienceMana Tangata - Integrity
  • Aka Tokerau LeadershipModel Whakawhanaungatanga Relationships Matauranga Knowledge Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism Mana Whakahaere Mana Tangata Resilience Integrity Tamariki Child Tautoko Advocacy / Support
  • Whakawhanaungatanga Relationships- Aka Tokerau Executive Strategic Forums- Communication: Emails, Skype, Facebook, phonecalls.- Aka Tokerau Association Meetings held once aterm.- Whakawhanaungatanga: time to socialize and makeconnections as Maori do.
  • Aka Tokerau LeadershipModel Whakawhanaungatanga Relationships Matauranga Knowledge Rangatiratanga Leadership / Professionalism Mana Whakahaere Mana Tangata Resilience Integrity Tamariki Child Tautoko Advocacy / Support
  • Maori Waka - War Canoe
  • Tu Kotahi Tatou“Standing together to make a difference” Leanne Otene Principal Manaia View School NZ Aka Tokerau Maori Principals Ass.Yamaiyamarna Paitya Conference, Adelaide, July 9-11 2012