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What is Quality Maori Education

This conversation took place at work, with work collegues, parents, and office staff:

Staffroom of the kohanga, during lunch break. 8 staff, 2 parents (relieving), 2 primary trained teachers.

I put the question to them and asked them ‘What is quality maori education?”.

The room was quiet for about 1 minute, so I rephrased the question.

“What are your thoughts on maori education? What do you think is Maori Education?”

  1. The values, protocols, language,…
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Posted on June 3, 2011 at 22:27

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Kia ora koutou,

Im a bit behind the times, with my conversations, but theres been so much korero about lots of kaupapa, that Im overwhelmed by what to add here. So I thought I'd just add, a few at a time, that I thought were interesting for me.

 

Anei te mea tuatahi:

One of my conversational pieces was with whanau members (4 including myself), whilst having dinner.

Granddaughter (11): “Nan, mums voting for the Green Party this year.  Who are you voting…

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Posted on June 3, 2011 at 22:11 — 1 Comment

80 conversations this week!!! woohoo!!!

Wow, when I look back on this week (first), I counted up how many conversations I had had, with different people, and all in all I had 80 conversations, relating to lots of different kaupapa. Mostly about education, but spreading the word about politics. Ive even joined NZ Politics on facebook, and boy am I learning a lot about how people are feeling about different political parties. You have to read their comments to see. So if you are on facebook, have a browse at some of the political… Continue

Posted on May 20, 2011 at 21:00

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At 9:52 on June 2, 2011, Max Calvert Lewis Thompson said…

Tena koe Whaea. Katahi ano au i kite ma runga tenei wharangi to tono ki ahau he hoa mou, waimaria ahau. I mahue ahau i a koe i to matou hui Kaihaututanga Nga Tataha a Maui i tu i konei ki Tauranga. Ko te tumanako he note tau mai to whanau.............. lol.

Te tumanako ano kia kite taua i a taua ano ki Rotorua mo te Pipiri Mananui me te hura kohatu o te kuia ra.

Kia pai tonu to wiki.

Nga mihi.

At 22:14 on May 10, 2011, Colleen Kataraina Mohi said…
Kia ora Manu mo to mihi ki tenei tauhou i runga www. A tērā Tūrei, te 17 o Haratua, ka huri haere au ki ngā KR's, ana whakamōhio au ki a koe i taua pō.
At 17:07 on May 3, 2011, Ripeka Lessels said…
Aiii e Manu kua anini te māhunga. Hai te Paraire nei ka whakawhitiwhiti whakaaro tahi ai mō te take ki te Pōari Matua. Ko te waimaria, kua toa kē koutou o Nga Kuaka ki te taki i te wero. Hai te Paraire ne?
At 17:12 on May 2, 2011, Ripeka Lessels said…
Na Meri i whakaatu atu nga mahi a te WWW ki te hui i Rotorua. Waimaria ra mātou, kua riro katoa ki ā matou nga pukenga a Meri. heoi oti, hai te hui TRA tatou kitekite atu i aua pukenga.
At 17:09 on May 2, 2011, Ripeka Lessels said…
Kia ora e hoa, I pēhea tō koutou hui i te taha o te Poāri Matua i Pōneke?
At 10:58 on April 28, 2011, Olive Hawira said…

Pehea tau mahi, e hoa? I am trying to chase up kohanga reo members who seem to have dropped out of the system and getting ATs to do some mahi on 3Ws, me mahi tahi ratou pea. Koina te tumanako taku  I am looking forward to hearing some of the korero at TRA.

 

At 15:25 on April 20, 2011, Olive Hawira said…
Kia ora E Hoa.  Fantastic presentation by Arlo and Tiri at the Election Hui inanahi. AtT members are well on the way with implementing their planning. Olive
 
 
 

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