Explore the transformative power of Tuakana-Teina, a Māori concept of reciprocal learning, in adult education settings across New Zealand. Learn how this elder-younger sibling dynamic enriches learning environments, fosters inclusivity, and enhances both individual and collective educational experiences.
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Tuakana-teina refers to the relationship between an older person (tuakana) and a younger person (teina). It is specific to teaching and learning in the context of Māori. In a more traditional Māori setting, the meaning is literally “older sibling-younger sibling”.
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