Kia tangi te tītī : permission to speak : successful schooling for Māori students in the 21st century : issues, challenges and alternatives / edited by Paul Whitinui.

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Date
2011.
By
Whitinui, Paul, editor of compilation.
Identifier
ISBN 9781927151174 (epub)
Notes

Māori education and neoliberal citizenship : beach crossings in the 21st century / Joanna Kidman -- "I've lost my voice" : a look at the role of Māori language competency and the accessibility in the lives of our tamariki in compulsory education / Hana O'Regan -- Addressing the impacts of disparity : creating a "culture of care" for Māori students in New Zealand schools / Tom Cavanagh -- Tikanga Māori : building cultural consciousness into teacher professional development / Anne-Marie Hunt and Angus Hikairo Macfarlane -- Māori teaching pedagogies : where to from here? / Tangiwai Rewi -- Māui-tikitiki-a-taranga : culturally relevant assessment / Lesley Rameka -- Whakapapa as pedagogical practice and curricula : the collision of space, time and matter / Wharehuia Hemara -- The use of te reo in mainstream secondary schools : issues, ideas and implications / Jane Tito -- Kapa haka in mainstream secondary schools in Aotearoa New Zealand : teaming up to be excellent / Paul Whitinui and Hector Kaiwai -- Growing more comfortable in my own skin : reflections on a kapa haka group experience / Christine Rubie-Davies -- Making meaning in classrooms : Māori student success in writing / Helen Timperley and Judy Parr -- New educations strategies are needed for the development of Māori scientists / Gary Raumati-Hook and Lynne Parehaereone Raumati -- Imagining Māori success in education in the 21st century / Tania Ka'ai -- Gifted and proud : on being exceptional and Māori / Melinda Webber.

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Other Titles
Permission to speak
Publisher
Wellington, New Zealand : NZCER Press, 2011.
Format
1 online resource
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