Rūnanga Education Projects - Panui - Presentation Material
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Day 1 - Monday 24th September 2007
THEME- Māori education strategy and achievement: The Big Picture
Key Note Address: Making sense of the Strategies
by Apryll Parata, Deputy Secretary Maori, Ministry of Education
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Maori Achivement data for Christchurch and Canterbury
Presentation by Mike De'Ath and Brian Coffey, Sotuern Regional Managers, Ministry of Education
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THEME- Te Reo Maori - Raising the Standard
Promoting quality Te Reo Teaching and Learning
"Use it or loose it"
Presentation by Eruera Tarena, Project Leader for Culture and Identity - Te Rūnanga o Ngai Tahu about Generation Reo & the Ngai Tahu Te Reo Maori Strategy
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Te Reo Maori – raising the standard in Christchurch schools
NARTAM Presentation – presented by the Christchurch based Resource Teachers of Te Reo Maori and Maori Advisers.
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Increasing supply and quality of Te Reo Maori Teachers
Presentation by Lynne-Harata Te Aika and Janinka Greenwood from the University of Canterbury about models of success including Hoaka Pounamu and Whakapiki Reo.
Overcoming challenges and maximising opportunities for Te Reo Maori
“Kia maia, kia manawanui” - The Tuahiwi School Experience
Presentation by Melanie Taite-Pitama - Deputy Principal and Sue Ross - Principal of Tuahiwi School.
Download Presentation: Tuahiwi School Experience (671kb PDF File)
“We are rangatahi” – the experience of Maori youth in Christchurch
Presentation by two Ngai Tahu high achievers - Emma Rolleston (student at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Whanau Tahi and Senior Maori Manu Korero contestant 2007) and Corban Te Aika (Student at Lincoln High School and winner of the Korimako Senior English section at Manu Korero 2007).
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“Poipoia ō tātou nei pūmanawa” (Making our potential a reality) - The Whanau Tahi Experience Presentation led by Hector Matthews (Chairperson of the Board of Trustees at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Whanau Tahi).
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Day 2 - Tuesday 25th September 2007
THEME- Local Opportunities & Leadership
Local projects and resources
Taumutu, Te Kete o Aoraki and the Future Presentation by Te Taumutu Rūnanga about their Te Kete o Aoraki projects including the resources that they have been developing for schools in their rohe.
Download Presentation: Te Kete o Aoraki and Taumutu (341kb PDF File)
Copies of the Taumutu Powhiri resource are available to schools located in the Taumutu area only. Please direct enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ti Kouka Whenua and other Maori Education Resources Presentation led by Haneta Pierce, Kai Whakahaere Raonga Maori for the Christchurch City Libraries.
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School Leadership Panel – Governance and management: Issues for Maori A presentation by Melanie Riwai-Couch - Education Facilitator for Te Rūnanga o Ngai Tahu, Board Trustee and Specialist Adviser followed by a discussion panel of Maori Board of Trustees members about the challenges and opportunities for Maori involved with governance and senior management in Christchurch schools.
Download Presentation: Maori Boards of Trustees & School Management (292kb PDF File)
Community and Whanau Focus for Maori Education
Noku Te Ao
Presentation by Noku Te Ao, Early Childhood Education Provider located in Shirley, Christchurch.
A presentation about the Te Puawaitanga programme and the Maori Women's Welfare League by Aroha Reriti-Crofts, Pakeke o Ngai Tuahuriri and Maori Women's Welfare League
Download Presentation: Ōtautahi - Maori Women's Welfare League (669kb PDF File)
Manaaki Whanau – Supporting whanau to access special education services
A presentation by the Sue Sealey – Kaitakawaenga for Group Special Education - Ministry of Education about whanau experiences accessing special education services including recorded interview footage with local families.