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This qualification aims to produce bilingual, culturally aware teachers who have the exemplary skills to deliver Maori contextualised, learner centred quality teaching and learning in the primary sector.
This qualification aims to produce bilingual, culturally aware teachers who have the exemplary skills to deliver Maori contextualised, learner centred quality teaching and learning in the primary sector. They will be research active practitioners who competently plan, implement, assess and lead kaupapa Maori informed blended teaching and learning.
The purpose of the Poutahu Whakaakoranga Akorau is to provide the primary school sector and in particular total immersion and bilingual kura with teachers who bring multiple competencies to the classroom and teaching practices informed by matauranga Maori that are responsive to the needs of Maori learners.
Graduates will be able to work independently in teaching roles and work collaboratively to assist in planning, organising and leading activities within kura to advance the long-term educational propsects of whanau, hapu and iwi.
Graduates will be bilingual, culturally aware teachers who have the skills to deliver Maori contextualised quality teaching and learning. As research active practitioners their multiple competencies in planning, implementing, assessing and leading kaupapa Maori informed blended teaching and learning will enhance the quality of the learning experience. The profile below outlines the graduate attributes for the Poutahu Whakaakoranga Akorau:
1. Te Reo - Is dedicated to language revival effort through personal language competency, both oral and written.
2. Whakapapa - Promotes and models the expression of kaupapa Maori as a critical foundation in the reclamation, preservation, revitalisation, enhancement and expansion of matauranga
3. Manaakitanga - An innovative thinker who is generous, empathetic and tolerant in creating stimulating and flexible learning environments that engage, support and enhance the learning experience.
4. Wairuatanga - able to shape an evolving kaupapa-based teaching philosophy that facilitates the creation of dynamic learning environments that empower, encourage, support and comfort learners, reduce stress and enliven teaching and learning.
5. Ukaipotanga - Is respectful of the teaching environment, working comfortably in iwi and hapu communities without compromising their own personal identity.able to teach the curriculum in te reo Maori.
6. Pukengatanga - critically aware, observant and reflective teaching practitioner; able to plan, teach, assess and lead blended learning curricula that impact positively on learners and assist them to achieve their potential.
7. Kotahitanga - Is flexible, agile, adaptable and responsive to the needs of learners and develops blended teaching strategies that enhance collective learner engagement.
8. Rangtiratanga - Is a confident educational leader who advocates for improved Maori learner experiences and success and is fearless in critiquing educational models and designing appropriate remediation strategies.
9. Whanaungatanga - Establishes and maintains mutually beneficial relationships with colleagues, learners and the community, engaging technology to assist and enhance the relationship.having a well formulated personal philosophy of education.
10. Kaitiakitanga - Provides a safe and encouraging environment that maintains supportive learning experiences, learner wellbeing, and the resources needed to help students flourish, socially, emotionally, and academically. Protects learners in a safe, caring and nurturing environment.
This qualification will lead to the Tāhuhu Whakaakoranga, Tāhuhu Reo Māori, Tāhuhu Mātauranga Māori and Tāhuhu Whakahaere
Kaiwhakaako Total immersion
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Total Enrolments for Poutahu Whakaakoranga Akorau for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, and 2017: 0
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