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In my work in tertiary education in Aotearoa New Zealand, I spend a lot of time thinking about this question and what the possible answers are.
One of my jobs is to help develop professional standards for kaiako (teachers and tutors) and others, including support staff, working with foundation level learners in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Here’s something new below for this year from the team at Ako Aotearoa. I’m involved with Ako Aotearoa as a contractor in relation to the Tapatoru framework. Have a look and see if there is something there for you.
In Aotearoa New Zealand, we have been working hard to strengthen vocational training, especially for…
My friends and colleagues at Ako Aotearoa have been working hard on new resources for…
Here’s one definition adapted from what others have said: Culturally competent means possessing the knowledge,…