Māori Education (2020)
Māori Education graduates will have knowledge of policy, pedagogy and practices in Māori and English medium education settings appropriate to Māori learners and communities.
Māori Education is available as a minor for all undergraduate degrees.
To complete a minor in Māori Education, students must complete 60 points in Māori Education, including at least 30 points above 100 level. Students must complete MAOED100, MAOED200; and 30 points from EDUCA200, EDSOC300, MAORI202 or MAORI302 or approved papers listed under Education, including at least one of EDUCA200 or EDSOC300.
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Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location MAOED100 Huarahi Matauranga Maori: Historical and Contemporary Approaches to Maori Education 20A (Hamilton) & 20A (Online) This paper examines historical and contemporary approaches in Maori education provision in Aotearoa New Zealand. It explores policies, practices and developments that have impacted on the educational development of Maori.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location EDUCA200 Te Hononga Tangata 20A (Tauranga), 20B (Hamilton) & 20B (Tauranga) This paper prepares students to recognise and understand local and global cultural diversity, and to work competently and confidently in culturally appropriate ways with diverse others in educational contexts. MAOED200 Hopu Reo Rua: Bilingual Theory and Practice in Maori Education 20A (Hamilton) & 20A (Online) This paper explores bilingual acquisition theory and practice and effective Indigenous language and content instruction, with a focus on bilingual and immersion settings. MAORI202 Ngā Iho Matua: Māori Philosophy 20A (Hamilton) This paper examines the philosophical underpinnings of seminal tikanga Maori concepts, and their influence both historically and in contemporary Maori culture.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location EDSOC302 Adults Learning for Life 20B (Hamilton) This paper explores the character of adult learning including analysis of social issues in the field. It focusses on areas within lifelong learning where social inequalities are most prevalent.
2020 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 20 January 2020 2:00pm