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    Anahera McGregor
    Implementing Māori history curriculum in your school
    16 March
    Public discussion Created by Anahera McGregor

    Tēnā koutou katoa, 

    It has been an amazing week where I have had the real pleasure to work with a school who is implementing "Te Takanga o te Wā - guidelines for teaching Māori history. I saw Māori history timelines in classrooms, a strong focus on identity through a Māori cultural lense and a deep inquiry into the biggest question of all - why? Once we find the why, the how and what become a bit easier. One of the most touching things of all is the fact that even though the Māori student role is very small, this school was doing all they could to reflect Māori culture in all they do, from the ground up. Interested to see who else is implementing Māori history/culturally located curriculum throughout Aotearoa. Have you read Te Takanga o te Wā? http://maorihistory.tki.org.nz/

    Kia ora e te tuahine

    A great resource and I'm interested to read more about what you're doing here with this school. 

    Ngā manaakitanga 

    Anaru

    - By Anaru White
      • Anaru White
        By Anaru White
        Mar 16

        Kia ora e te tuahine

        A great resource and I'm interested to read more about what you're doing here with this school. 

        Ngā manaakitanga 

        Anaru

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