Education Māori, Pasifika and Indigenous
Please note: Information on this page relates to 2013 academic year, unless otherwise specified.
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Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous courses contribute to teacher education qualifications, the BA in Education and Education and Psychology, and Education postgraduate programmes. The courses are administered by Te Kura Māori within the Faculty of Education. The School engages in teaching and research related to Māori education, policy and practice, Pasifika education and the education of indigenous peoples.
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Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous courses are taught in the Faculty of Education.
Te Kura Māori (TKM)
Level 2, Malcolm Block, Karori Campus
Phone: 04-463 5633
Fax: 04-463 9548
Student Administration Office
Faculty of Education
Level 2, Waghorn Block
Phone: 04-463 9500
The BA degree is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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Training and development
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|100 Level Courses|
FEDU 101 – Foundations for Educational Studies
KURA 111 – Te Ao Maori 1: Ara Whakahaunga
KURA 135 – Learning Languages
|200 Level Courses|
KURA 211 – Te Ao Maori II
KURA 241 – Aims and Ideals of Maori Education
KURA 242 – Pacific Nations Education
|300 Level Courses|
FEDU 301 – Understanding Research in Education
KURA 301 – Matauranga Maori in Education
KURA 311 – Te Ao Maori III
KURA 341 – Multi-ethnic Education
KURA 371 – Marautanga Maori o Aotearoa
KURA 389 – Special Topic