Ako Aotearoa’s Tapatoru Programme has seen major successes; 92.31% of educators have adopted new teaching approaches learned from the programme, with 91.67% overcoming challenges thanks to its support. The programme’s core values like kinship, care and respect, spirituality, and love have driven these transformations, leading to an enhanced, inclusive learning environment.
Explore Ako Aotearoa’s Tapatoru Programme in our latest post, highlighting its transformative impact on New Zealand’s education. Discover how it integrates Māori and Pacific values into tertiary teaching, fostering cultural competence and inclusive learning environments. A must-read for educators and anyone passionate about innovative educational practices in Aotearoa.
Explore the transformation of Literacy and Numeracy (LN) education. Moving away from uninviting traditional methods, this article introduces a values-driven approach, focusing on principles like manaakitanga and real-world relevance. Discover how embracing a holistic philosophy can make LN not just “sexy,” but empowering and essential.
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This post explores the concept of Rangatiratanga in vocational education. Rangatiratanga, which is central to Māori culture and emphasises the importance of self-determination and sovereignty. It highlights practical tips for vocational educators to incorporate Rangatiratanga into their teaching practice, such as promoting learner agency, encouraging critical thinking, and acknowledging cultural differences. By doing so, educators can create a more inclusive and learner-centred environment that empowers learners to take control of their own lives and futures.