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"Ekea te puhitaioreore"

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Tiaki Gillett

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Transcript of "Ekea te puhitaioreore"

"Ekea te puhitaioreore/Striving for Excellence"
Te Aho Matua
"Te Whakatinanatia"
Te Ira Tangata
Te Reo
Ngaa Iwi
Te Ao
Ahuatanga Ako
Te Tino Uaratanga
Expectations - What do we expect from each other
What is Te Aho Matua?
Te Ira Tangata - Nature of Humankind/ The Nature of the Child
Te Reo - Our Language
Ngaa Iwi- Social Interaction
Te Ao- The World - its Environment and Resources

Ahuatanga Ako- Curriculum and Teaching Practices
Ngaa Tino Uaratanga- Characteristics and Values

How can we see Te Aho Matua in Kura
Te Ira Tangata - Knowing the student and all that they are...input of all to develop programes for the best of the student - working as one
Te Reo- total immersion, the language of kura be, for the most part, exclusively Maaori
Ngaa Iwi - the interaction and knowledge of Kaimahi, whanau, students, hapuu, iwi, other agencies with in Kura -
Te Ao - Respecting their environment and knowledge of the world outside of Kura
Ahuatanga Ako - How the student is being taught in Kura, Kura and Classroom expectations, teaching strategies and practises
Ngaa Tino Uaratanga - the values and the expected achievement of goals
Te Aho Matua
"How can we better practice
Te Aho Matua"
Maa taatou te tamaiti, maa te mahitahi, maa te koorerotahi, maa te tauira tika kia ekea taatou te puhitaioreore...the child belongs to us all, through working together, through all having an input, through being a good role-model we can all strive for excellence...
Consistency, being accountable for the education of the child, being the example of excellence, behaving in the manner you expect, respectful and honest
Learning, knowing and being all componets of Te Aho Matua
Whanau
expectation
" That their child is educated in Te Aho Matua which states all components of the childs education, so that the child is a highachiever who exemplify the hopes and aspirations of their people- ka tu hei raukura mo tona iwi, Kia ekea te puhitaioreore."
Akonga expects
" That they are educated in Te Aho Matua which states all components of the their education, so that they may become a high achiever who exemplify the hopes and aspirations of their people- ka tu hei raukura mo tona iwi, Kia ekea te puhitaioreore."
Kaimahi
" That Te Aho Matua which states all components of the education of students within this kura is made paramount, so that the student is a high achiever who exemplify the hopes and aspirations of their people- ka tu hei raukura mo tona iwi, Kia ekea te puhitaioreore."
Our Accountability to each other
We are all accountable to each other - Whanau, Akonga, Kaimahi - if we do not know what our expectations are of each other and put them into practice then how do we fulfill our whakatauaki-a-Kura
"Ekea te puhitaioreore"
What is our Raukura?
What does our Graduate look like?
Kura Teina - achieving high in all areas of Te Aho Matua - able to ...
Kura Waenga - achieving high in all areas of Te Aho Matua - able to ...
Wharekura - achieving high in all areas of Te Aho Matua - able to ...
How do we achieve our goals for our Raukura
By all whanau and Kaimahi teaching and practicing all components of Te Aho Matua
- by creating a stimulating learning environment which caters for all students, who become competent thinkers, listeners, speakers, readers and writers in both Maaori and English and advancing their individual talents to the highest levels of achievement.


Te Aho Matua
Presented in the Mäori language, Te Aho Matua has been written by the pioneers of Kura Kaupapa Mäori as a foundation document for their kura.
As such, the document lays down the principles by which Kura Kaupapa Mäori identify themselves as a unified group committed to a unique schooling system which they regard as being vital to the education of their children.
Te Aho Matua, therefore, provides a philosophical base for the teaching and learning of children and provides policy guidelines for parents, teachers and boards of trustees in their respective roles and responsibilities.
"Te Raukura"
Reo Rangatira
Haka
NCEA Level 1, 2,3
Diploma in Matauranga Maori - Level 5
Haakinakina
University Entrance

Te Aho Matua
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