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    CORE Education
    Hana O'Regan Keynote: Tō reo ki te raki, tō mana ki te whenua
    15 August
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    How many of our people have had control over their own personal and cultural narratives as Māori and as Māori learners as they have travelled along their educational pathways?  How many of us have successfully been able to influence the views of those around us with regards to the value of our language and culture and our ability to achieve educational success as Māori? As educators and educational leaders, what tools have we had at our disposal to grow the capability of our sector to support the development of positive dispositions of the Māori learner?


    Meet Hana O'Regan

    Hana O'Regan

     

    ​Hana O’Regan (Kāti Rakiāmoa, Kāti Ruahikihiki, Kāi Tūāhuriri, Kāti Waewae) is the General Manager of Oranga/Wellbeing for Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu. Hana’s career has been largely focused on the areas of Māori language revitalisation and Māori educational achievement whilst also being an active advocate and driver for her own tribal language revitalisation strategy within Kāi Tahu.

    Why not get up close and personal with Hana, before her keynote at uLearn18 this year.

    Feel free to ask Hana a probing question or share your own experiences of growing 'positive dispositions and capabilities' in our Māori learners. We'd love to celebrate your stories about this kaupapa.

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