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    E KORE E PAU TE IKA UNAHI NUI — RESTORING THE HOLISTIC WELLBEING OF MĀORI BOYS THROUGH CONNECTION AND INNOVATION
    7 June
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    How does Ako in ancestral spaces enhance the holistic wellbeing of Māori boys?

    Ānaru White and Jason Ruakere are using their CORE-provided pro-bono research grant for restoring the holistic wellbeing of Māori boys through connection and innovation. They have begun this exciting and revealing investigation and trialing of how Ako is applied within ancestral spaces (marae, awa, moana, and maunga), and enhanced through digital interaction (e.g., coding, Google Maps and virtual reality).

    Ānaru provides the first in a series of reports on their research findings, where he writes, new and innovative approaches to supporting Māori boys is needed.

     

    Kaupapa Māori stories of localised learning are increasing. Are there any exciting initiatives in your school, kura or backyard? We'd love to hear more.

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    Image source: Puniho Pā, Taranaki

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