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Welcome to Te Tere Auraki

 

Te Tere Auraki is a Ministry of Education professional development strategy that focuses on improving outcomes for Māori students in English-medium schools.

 

This strategy supports four main Te Tere Auraki projects:

•Te Kotahitanga
•Te Kauhua
•Ako Panuku
•Te Mana Kōrero.

 

By clicking on the headings below, you can find out more about each of these projects.

 

Te Mangōroa

Provides in-depth information on Māori learners achieving education success as Māori.

 

Te Mangōroa contains practical illustrations of what Ka Hikitia-Managing for Success means for teaching and learning.

 

These examples, which come from range of schools, include information about where a school started its journey, approaches used to get started, what worked and what did not work, and how success was measured.

  

Ka Hikitia – Ka Hāpaitia – a refresh of the Māori Education Strategy Ka Hikitia.

 

You can find out more about the strategy, explore resources, and read the refreshed documents in te reo Māori or English.

 

You can also download the refreshed strategy as an A3-sized visual (PDF 739KB).

  • Te Kotahitanga

    Te Kotahitanga.

    This research and professional development project focuses on Māori students in years 9 and 10. Find out more »

  • Te Kauhua

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    School-based action-research projects focusing on teacher practice and whānau–school relationships. Find out more »

  • Ako Panuku

    Ako Panuku.

    Support resources, professional learning, professional communities, and career development for Māori secondary school teachers. Find out more »

  • Te Mana Kōrero

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    Te Mana Kōrero is a series of three professional development packages based on important Māori concepts or principles. Find out more »




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