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Mātauranga Māori (Māori Education)

A Mātauranga Māori approach for education in Tāmaki Makaurau

A Mātauranga Māori approach for education in Tāmaki Makaurau

This section of the website is a resource hub for information, updates and events, relating to COMET Auckland’s work around Māori education in Auckland and the work of our partner organisations.
Our approach is centred on Mātauranga Māori which incorporates knowledge and understanding of our environments through a broad lens. Our Project Manager for Māori Education, Huia Hawke, leads this important area of COMET Auckland’s work.

Resource hub

This section will house all our latest resources and material. Please feel free to download, print and share this information around your networks and send us anything that you think will be of use to other people and organisations working in the Māori Education space.

Minutes

• Click here for the TMEF hui notes- March 2017

• Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - June 2016

 Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - February 2016

• Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - July 2015

• Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - March 2015

• Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - January 2015

• Click here for the TMEF hui minutes - November 2014


Presentations

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Māori Education in Auckland and Key Priorities - TMEF (Mar 2017)

 

Whakamātauria te Hinengaro
Dr James Hudson, Independent Māori Statutory Board

A critical guide to Māori and Pākehā histories
A curriculum programme resource (CPR) for educators & BOTS
Tamsin Hanly

M
āori Education in Auckland and Key Priorities - TMEF (Jun 2016)
  
 
Waikato-Tainui Education Strategy                                                           
Raewyn Mahra & Kimai Huimara, Waikato Tainui
  

Whaanau Careers Hui - Tina Kaiawe, COMET Auckland
    
                                  
Maori & Pasifika Trades Training - Dale Williams, The Southern Initiative
   Ngati Tamaoho Education Strategy - Teresa Kirkwood, Ngati Tamaoho


Talking Matters - TMEF (Feb 2016)

   A potential strategy to grow the potential of tamariki
Alison Sutton & 
Hau Rawiri, COMET Auckland


Te Reo Māori Revitalisation - TMEF Hui (Jul 2015)

Waka - How we can use waka in Auckland schools to weave rangatahi and raise success -Hoturoa Kerr

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Matauranga ori: Waka, Hotaka - Alignment to Everyday Use - Rereata Makiha

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Te Reo Māori Revitalisation - TMEF Hui (Mar 2015)

Part 1

Te Taura Whiri Te Reo - Ruakere Hond, Taranaki Leader

(Please note this presentation is in TWO parts)

Part 2

 


Te Reo Māori Revitalisation - TMEF Hui (Jan 2015)

Te Reo Māori Revitalisation - Hau Rawiri, COMET Auckland
Whakarauora Reo Whakatipu Reo - Dr Wayne Ngata, Te Taurawhiri i te Reo


Te Reo Māori Revitalisation - TMEF Hui (Nov 2014)

Reo-lutionising Our Mainstream - Raewyn Harrison, Te Reo Tuatahi

Part 1

Te Taura Whiri Te Reo - Ruakere Hond, Taranaki Leader

(Please note this presentation is in TWO parts)

Part 2