May 18, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Hui Update – Tuia Te Ako 2010 is fast approaching 12 and 13 August.

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Bringing together teaching and learning – for future success for Maori in tertiary education

Hui Update – Tuia Te Ako 2010 is fast approaching 12 and 13 August.

  • Join in the Hui Blog

To kick start the discussions before the hui starts. Ngahiwi Apanui, Ako Aotearoa Kaihautu Maori, invites you to contribute to his online discussion, drawing on the huis four themes.

This week Ngahiwi introduces Rangatiratanga in Maori tertiary education. Click on the following link to read the blog.

Blog 1 Tuia Te Ako 2010

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Also new this week - we welcome our experienced and respected panel members:

  • Rangatiratanga – leadership

Sam Lundon, Papaarangi Reid, Selwyn Katene

  • Whakawhanaungatanga Building Community in the tertiary sector for Maori

Kyla Russell, Vivien Sutherland Brigwater, Shane Edwards

  • Whakawhitiwhiti Whakaaro Discussion of Maori Tertiary Education issues

Mereana Selby, Keith Ikin, Rawiri Taonui

  • Ahu Whakamuatanga Maori Advancement

Margaret Mutu, Trevor Moeke, Kathie Irwin

And warmly greet our workshop facilitators:

Te Kowhai Ohia, Matiu Ratima, Pene Delaney and Jacqueline Poutu.

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