Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes

Susan Mlcek, Ngareta Timutimu, Carl Mika, Monte Aranga, Nikora Taipeti, Te Rurehe Rangihau, Te Makarini Temara, Yvonne Shepherd, Haturini McGarvey

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that explores literacy, numeracy and language teaching byobserving how 15 adult educators in a variety of contexts actually teach their students.Specifically, this research used qualitative research methods to explore the utility and potential of marae-based education programmes to provide effective foundation learning opportunities for M'ori learners. This is reflected in the phrase 'Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau', which symbolises the importance of strong learning foundations for future success in learning.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting
Number of pages37
ISBN (Print)9780478341485
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Mlcek, S., Timutimu, N., Mika, C., Aranga, M., Taipeti, N., Rangihau, T. R., ... McGarvey, H. (2009). Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. NZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting.
Mlcek, Susan ; Timutimu, Ngareta ; Mika, Carl ; Aranga, Monte ; Taipeti, Nikora ; Rangihau, Te Rurehe ; Temara, Te Makarini ; Shepherd, Yvonne ; McGarvey, Haturini. / Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. NZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, 2009. 37 p.
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Mlcek, S, Timutimu, N, Mika, C, Aranga, M, Taipeti, N, Rangihau, TR, Temara, TM, Shepherd, Y & McGarvey, H 2009, Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. NZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting.

Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. / Mlcek, Susan; Timutimu, Ngareta; Mika, Carl; Aranga, Monte; Taipeti, Nikora; Rangihau, Te Rurehe; Temara, Te Makarini; Shepherd, Yvonne; McGarvey, Haturini.

NZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, 2009. 37 p.

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Mlcek S, Timutimu N, Mika C, Aranga M, Taipeti N, Rangihau TR et al. Te piko o te m'huri, t'r' te tupu o te r'kau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. NZ Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, 2009. 37 p.