Aotearoa New Zealand's histories

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Autumn 202218 Mar 2022

Kua tuku iho

Tae atu ki ēnei tau tata nei, he rautaki a te kāwana kia whakawarewaretia āna ake mahi tūkino ki a ngāi Māori. He aha ngā whakaaro o ngā kura Māori e hāngai ana ki te whakaakoranga o ngā kōrero tuku iho me ngā hītori o Niu Tīreni?

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Autumn 202218 Mar 2022

Mana and morale

Our local communities are rich sources of history and support but building these networks takes time, effort and dedication. Ako finds out how one Kāhui Ako is
connecting with local iwi and sharing knowledge amongst member schools to build understanding, connections and tikanga.

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Autumn 202218 Mar 2022

History can hurt

In interviews with practitioners Ako asks how kaiako can prepare for difficult conversations in the classroom that might arise when teaching Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories.

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Autumn 202218 Mar 2022

A welcome change

I’m excited to be sharing this histories issue of Ako with you, focussing on the challenges, impact and importance of studying our past.

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Autumn 202218 Mar 2022

Kua tuku iho – handing down our past

Until recently, the historical misdeeds towards Māori have been swept under the carpet, with the hope that they would be forgotten. The Aotearoa Histories curriculum is one step towards changing this. What do kura Māori think about this change and the importance of teaching our past?

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