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Te Whariki

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Meenu Khela

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Te Whāriki
Andrew Simand, Olga Cheusova, Doris Su Wong, & Meenu Khela
Our Journey Begins in New Zealand:
The Home of Te Whāriki
The History
Originated in New Zealand
Approximate Population: 4.7 million
Bicultural society
What is Te Whāriki?
Aim of Education
Provides links to learning in school to build knowledge, skills & abilities
Social & critical learning through peers
Cultural & spiritual heritage
Learning not restricted by gender, locality, or economics
Role of the Kaiako
Ensure well-being and inclusion of every child
Ongoing professional learning skills
Being professional
Leadership, Knowledgeable
Spiritual & cultural learning activities
What is Whāriki?
In the Maori language, it means "woven mat"
Image of the Child
It symbolizes the child as a "whāriki" in progress
Dimensions of Development
Body
Mind
Spirit
Emotion
Principles and Strands
Methods of Te Whāriki
Competent staff
Management
Planning
Evaluation
Assessment
Global Example:
Hill Street Early Childhood Care
Staff Structure:
1 Head Teacher
5 Registered ECE's
1 Administrator
1 Cook
Quick Facts:
Non-profit
Maximum Capacity: 25 children
Attendees range from 10 months to school age
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:15pm
Policy Makers and Governors:
The management committee is made up of parents and teachers. There are several elected roles:
Chairperson
Treasurer
Secretary
Fundraising & Grants Officer
Staff & Parent Liaison
Maintenance Officer
Marketing Coordinator
Staff Representative
Philosophy at Hill Street
The centre believes in the relationship of the parents and educators as partners for the children's learning. Embracing the learning fundamentals of the Te Whāriki curriculum, the centre fosters empowerment of the young learners and the biculturalism in New Zealand.
National New Zealand Education Program
Birth to School Age
Established in 1996-Innovative and world leading
Dr. Helen May, Dr. Margaret Carr, Dr. Tamati Muturangi Reedy and Tilly Te Koingo Reedy
Critique
Integrated & holistic curriculum
Children learn through:
Empowerment
Holistic Development
Family & Community
Relationships
Structure of curriculum
Subject content interwoven through
daily experiences
Documentation
Model closely related to Bronfenbrenner's ecological model

Inclusive curriculum
Maori culture integrated
Separate curriculum for infants, toddlers, & young children
Each strand has goals
For example: "Strand 1: Well-Being-
Mana Atua...
Goals
Children experience an environment
where their health is
promoted" (Ministry of Education,
Strands and Goals section, pg. 15).
Vision:
Children are
"competent and confident
learners and communicators, healthy
in mind, body, and spirit"

(New Zealand, pg. 5).
Discussion Questions
1. Does anyone remember what "whāriki" means?
2. What stood out to you about Te Whāriki? Would you consider including any of these elements in your own philosophy?
3. How would you compare this model of ECE to what you guys are researching or to a model that you like?
4. Do you agree with the values, curriculum, etc. of Te Whāriki? Why or why not?


References

Hill Street Early Childhood Centre. (n.d.). Hill street early childhood centre. Retrieved
February 5th, 2018, from https://hillstreetchildcare.com/

New Zealand Government. (n.d.). Stats NZ: Population. Retrieved February 7th, 2018,
from https://www.stats.govt.nz/topics/population/

New Zealand Ministry of Education. (1996). Te whariki: Early childhood curriculum.
Retrieved February 7th, 2018 from
http://www.education.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Early-Childhood/te-whariki.pdf

New Zealand Ministry of Education. (2017). Te whariki: Early childhood curriculum.
Retrieved February 10th, 2018, from http://tewhariki.tki.org.nz/assets/Uploads/files/Te-Whariki-Early-Childhood-Curriculum.pdf

New Zealand Ministry of Education. (2017). The story of te whariki. Retrieved February
13th, 2018, from http://tewhariki.tki.org.nz/en/the-story-of-te-whariki/

Saint Kentigern. (2018). Te whariki, aotearoa is the New Zealand ministry of education’s
early childhood curriculum. Retrieved February 5th, 2018, from
https://www.saintkentigern.com/preschool/our-programme/te-whariki/

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