Approaches and concepts: Some things to think about before we move on


Kete

From here we can move on to the third section of the NZCALNE. Shortly, we’ll be looking at how to map the demands of your course.

Before that, though, have a think about your answers to the questions below.

The questions aren’t assessed, so you don’t have to hand in your answers. But, talking about what you think with someone, particularly a colleague who can speak Te Reo or understand Māori approaches, will help you engage with this work more deeply.

Approaches and concepts

  • What do you think about the approaches and concepts that we’ve discussed?
  • Are there any that you already understand and use?
  • Is there anything here that makes you uncomfortable?
  • What’s new to you that you can use or absorb into your own teaching and training?

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