Ako-related resources for teaching Māori students or Māori content.
A guide about how to incorporate Māori content and concepts into university courses. Hard copies are available from the Centre of Academic Development.
A guide on socially acceptable behaviour in Māoridom related to teaching and learning plus the reasons behind the tikanga.
Learn to pronounce Māori words correctly and you will become more confident using them. Find out how to say Māori vowels, consonants and digraphs here.
Learn Māori via a fun gaming app. Designed by lecturers at Victoria University, this free app is useful for those with some proficiency in Māori language who wish to gain more. To download the app for Android, or for Apple go to itunes and search for 'Kura'.
A comprehensive dictionary that also contains examples of usage and grammatical explanations.
Language learning show using online tests and downloadable videos. Full show includes native speakers, role-play and visual learning aides.
A google maps database of student research in Te Kawa a Māui courses.
Online videos from the television series on Māori science innovation that combines traditional Māori knowledge with modern day science.
A summary guide prepared by Ako Aotearoa that highlights key success factors for Māori in tertiary education
An organisation designed to enhance the professionalism and expertise of Māori teachers. It has resources for all subject areas and informational videos. The resources were produced for high school teachers but some content is still relevant to tertiary teachers and the website features many learning links to other websites.
Literacy Aotearoa and Te Wāhanga, NZCER publication containing a kaupapa Māori wellbeing assessment model. The model demonstrates the link between literacy learning and wellbeing for Māori learners.
A project funded by Ako Aotearoa that contains many resources to guide and enhance teaching in adult learning contexts. Resources on Māori teaching pedagogy and Māori learners are available.
A resource for teaching Māori history in an interactive way the toolkit merges Māori history and computer gaming technology.
Paper describing effective teaching and learning practices for e-learning in the tertiary environment with the objective of enhancing learning outcomes for Māori elearners. Sections 6 and 7 contain content specifically related to Māori elearning.