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Ōku Rangatira mō te Mātauranga Māori.

Ko Wareauite Kamera toku ingoa.

Ēngari, ānei ōku rangatira mō te mātauranga māori.



Toku rangatira mō te mātauranga māori tuatahi…

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Added by Kaareen Hotereni on October 8, 2011 at 17:48 — 1 Comment

Heroes of Maori Education

Tena koutou katoa! Kua tukuna atu enei tohu ki tenei whanau miharo rawa atu. Ko Hemi te matua whangai o enei tamariki. Ko Paula to ratou koka. He tauira a Hemi raua ko Paula kei te kuratini o Waikato, a, kei te whai atu raua i te tohu ‘Degree in Maori Counselling’. Kei nga kura auraki nga tamariki. Kua tukuna atu enei…

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Added by NZEI on September 21, 2011 at 16:24 — No Comments

Hita Foster, Hero for Māori Education

Manu Pohatu has sent through a photo and profile of her Hero for Māori Education, Hita Foster.Hita%20Foster%2C%20Hero%20for%20M%C4%81ori%20Education.docx

Added by Kate Wilson on September 12, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments

My Hero, Our Hero

Ko Cath Rau tētahi tino HERO. He wahine tino Rongonui, mō ana mahi ki te āwhi ia tātou ngā pouako, ki te whakapiki ia tātou tamariki i roto ano ngā mahi o Te Reo Matatini.

Ngā mahi Pānui, me ngā mahi Whanaketanga Reo Matatini.…

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Added by osonia Hotereni on September 6, 2011 at 15:39 — 1 Comment

My Hero, Our Hero

Ko Cath Rau tētahi tino HERO. He wahine tino Rongonui, mō ana mahi ki te āwhi ia tātou ngā pouako, ki te whakapiki ia tātou tamariki i roto ano ngā mahi o Te Reo Matatini.

Ngā mahi Pānui, me ngā mahi Whanaketanga Reo Matatini.…

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Added by osonia Hotereni on September 6, 2011 at 15:26 — No Comments

My Maori Hero

Merran  Tandy  – Whakahau,  whakamana, whakahihi   encourage,  pride,  empower

Maori Hero

I’m speaking up for Maori education to highlight a kaiako, teacher at Bridge Street Early Learning Centre who is a regular speaker and promoter of Maori language in that centre. Merran has a Bachelor of Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood which she gained in 2008 at Christchurch College of Education.  Merran has two children and lives in Nelson and enjoys supporting her older son’s…

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Added by Sandra Campbell on September 1, 2011 at 11:01 — No Comments

Boil Up

My little potiki attends Te Kura Reo Rua o Hato Opani..I tenei ata tonu, i asked her.. "Baby, whats your kura plan for today?" Teoti replies.." ka tunu Boil Up matou i tenei ra mama.. he aha te kupu Maori mo Boil up?" Ko taku whakautu...."Kai reka baby!" Hehe..Whaea Mary from Hato Opani in Otautahi..Teaching my 8yr old how to tunu kai without burning pots... Your definitely my hero!!!!

Added by Rena Viliamu-Smith on August 24, 2011 at 11:18 — No Comments

A.C Hui Poneke

Tēnā koutou katoa,

E rua ngā take kua puta mai i tēnei wā.

Tuatahi - A tērā wiki kei te tū te whakahau hou ko Speakup for education - He aha hoki tēnei? Ki ahau nei - me haere tonu tō mahi, i roto i tō kura, tō hapori, toō iwi rānei - ki te whakanui, ki te whakamana i ngā mahi ki roto i te ao mātauranga. Kōrero te kōrero, hikoi te kōrero - 1000 conversations.

Tuarua - Kei te aha koutou mo te rā whakanui o ngā kaiako? Hei te mārama o Whiringa-a-nuku- kei te whakarite hui…

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Added by Kaareen Hotereni on August 4, 2011 at 11:12 — No Comments

Tena Koutou

Tena rawa atu ki a koutou katoa,

Aue, te ra tuatahi o tenei wahanga, e pehea ana koutou nga hoa i roto i nga momo kura katoa i tenei ra???

Ahau, kei te pai marika, i tino pai ki te kite i nga tamariki me nga hoa kaimahi. Taku tino tumanako, ka haere pai nga mea katoa mo tenei wahanga.

Added by Hokimate Sophie Short on August 1, 2011 at 14:05 — No Comments

Tena Koutou

Tena rawa atu ki a koutou katoa,

Aue, te ra tuatahi o tenei wahanga, e pehea ana koutou nga hoa i roto i nga momo kura katoa i tenei ra???

Ahau, kei te pai marika, i tino pai ki te kite i nga tamariki me nga hoa kaimahi. Taku tino tumanako, ka haere pai nga mea katoa mo tenei wahanga.

Added by Hokimate Sophie Short on August 1, 2011 at 14:05 — No Comments

Aotearoa Kohanga reo on FB

Aotearoa Kohanga reo on Facebook

Kia ora koutou - I have created this page on FB for Kohanga kaiako, to tell them the benefits of joing NZEI etc and I would really appreciate any te reo speakers to help me…

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Added by Lisa Willis on July 21, 2011 at 17:29 — No Comments

We DOOOO ROCK!!

Ka pai July.  Mihi nui ki a Ripeka who rang in and gave some awesome korero. How many conversations was that July?

 

Added by Colleen Kataraina Mohi on July 20, 2011 at 15:54 — No Comments

We rock!! Radio Te Arawa Fm

E nga mano e nga iwi

Tihei Mauriora

 

Wow we rock Kaa!! Had a wonderful hour on Te Arawa Fm promoting the kaupapa and getting the messages out to our whanau.

Talked about the positives, shared some stories, promoted our WWW messages, so good in fact they invited us back next week woohoo.Going to promote ECE cuts!!

Add your thoughts whanau!!

 

 

Added by July McLean on July 20, 2011 at 15:40 — No Comments

Hero For Maori Education

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Added by Meri August on July 15, 2011 at 21:30 — No Comments

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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Added by Manu Pohatu on June 3, 2011 at 22:27 — No Comments

Conversations (Wk 1)

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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Added by Manu Pohatu on June 3, 2011 at 22:11 — 1 Comment

WWW update

Well everyone now time to breathe..

Congratulations to Te Pipiri Mananui o nga tataha o Maui for supporting the kaupapa by producing such a wonderful DVD profiling our tamariki and their heroes, evokes such powerful thoughts around Quality Maori education.

 

Keep up the hardwork with the whakahau and keep doing the mahi ma tatou, ma tatou katoa

 

Dream the dream!!

 

Whakahau Whakamana Whakahihi!!

Added by July Te Huatahi Mclean on May 24, 2011 at 21:44 — 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

Added by Manu Pohatu on May 20, 2011 at 21:00 — No Comments

Kawerau

what a great segment on Campbell Live last night from the Intermediate at Kawerau. The school student leader spoke from the heart and expressed exactly what education in NZ is all about- enjoying his school and wishing that his younger siblings could have the same experiences as his own. Here was an example of the relationships that be built with school and whanau - Ka Hikitia in action!

Added by Janeve Green on May 18, 2011 at 18:57 — No Comments

36 conversations - submitted by Willie Robinson, 9 May

Today I have had 36 conversations at Marcellin School, Kai-Iwi School, Keith Street School and Tupoho. No new members recruited. I include two photos as evidence (see below), didn't always remember to take photos.

Marcellin School (below top) (8:15am) and Kai-Iwi School (9am) have been about working with all staff members in each of those schools beginning with one of our first Māori heros - Maui (…

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Added by NZEI on May 9, 2011 at 11:30 — 2 Comments

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