5 October 2007, Dunedin North Intermediate
Programme / Presentations
Keynote Speaker - Mere Berryman
Mere is the Director of the Ministry of Education (Special Education) Poutama Pounamu Education Research and Development Centre. Mere is well-know for her work with Russell Bishop on the Te Kotahitanga project. In this session, Mere will discuss research on what makes a difference for Māori students.
Download Presentation: Māori-Student-Achievement-National-Picture.pdf (PDF File, 320kb)
Māori Students Achievement in Otago
Kathryn Palmer is the Local Office Manager, Early Childhood and Regional Education for Otago and Southland. Kathryn will present 2006 data on Māori students in Otago.
Download Presentation: Maori-Students-Achievement-Data.pdf (PDF File, 36kb)
Te Kotahitanga – Mere Berryman
In this session, Mere will present findings from Te Kotahitanga research.
Download Presentation: Mere-Berryman-Te Kotahitanga-2007.pdf (PDF File, 576kb)
Ka Hikitia – Draft Māori Education Strategy 2008-12
Tangiwai Rewi (Senior Manager Whakaaro Mātauranga) and Elizabeth Brown (Kaihautu Mātauranga Te Waipounamu) will outline the Ministry of Education’s draft Māori Education Strategy – Ka Hikitia.
Download Presentation: Ka-Hikitia.pdf (PDF File, 212kb)
Ngāi Tahu Education
Katharina Ruckstuhl, Education Projects Manager for Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, will present an overview of the education work that Ngāi Tahu has been doing in Te Waipounamu.
Draft Te Reo Curriculum
Fiona Matapo and Lauana Thomas (Otago Resource Teachers of Māori) will talk about the role of the RTM and the resources developed for the draft Te Reo Curricula.
Paulette Henderson-Crofts (University of Otago College of Education) will talk about her role in supporting the implementation of the draft Te Reo in Mainstream curriculum.
Presentation coming soon . . .
Glenis Sim, co-ordinator for the Dunedin Schools Collective Partnership, will outline a research and professional development project across Dunedin schools that has, as one of its aims, improved outcomes for Māori students. She will discuss ASTLE findings for Māori students in years 7-10.
Diana Mules, co-ordinating tutor of Te Reo Rakatahi i Otago, will outline this Kati Huirapa ki Puketeraki rūnanga initiative that aims to contextualise the learning of te reo on Otago marae.
Download Presentation: Local-Initiatives-Glenis-Sim.pdf (PDF File, 1.19mb)