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Te Mauri Pakeaka - The Third Space
Transcript of Te Mauri Pakeaka - The Third Space
Grow and flourish during your time in this world, with your hand grasp the tools of the Pākehā to provide you with physical sustenance open your heart to the treasures of your ancestors as a topknot for your head. Open your heart to God [your deity] who is the origin of all things.
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PURPOSE OF EDUCATION
TO FORM COLLABORATION
CREATING BY COLLABORATION
MAINTAINING CULTURE IN CHANGING CONTEXT
TE MAURI PAKEAKA
THE THIRD SPACE
HERDSA July 2013
TESTING MĀTAURANGA MĀORI IN MAINSTREAM HIGHER EDUCATION
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