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Māori Medium & English Medium Education

Ngā Haeata Mātauranga - Annual Report on Maori Education

Ngā Haeata Mātauranga - Annual Report on Maori Education This is the home page for the Ngā Haeata Mātauranga - Annual Report on Māori Education publication series. See below for a general description of the publication or follow one of the links to view the publication for that year.

Author(s): Education Information and Analysis Group / Group Māori [Ministry of Education]

Date Published: Annually


Category: Māori & English Medium

Hangaia te mātāpuna o te mōhio: learning foundations for Māori adults

Hangaia te mātāpuna o te mōhio: learning foundations for Māori adults Hangaia te mātāpuna o te mōhio can mean to build the precious gift of knowledge or to build the well-spring of learning. It symbolises the experience of Māori adults as they re-enter education to develop their literacy, language and numeracy.

This report summarises three research projects that explore how success for Māori adults in the learning foundations of literacy, language and numeracy can be built on the foundations of Māori culture and identity.

Author(s): Professor Stephen May, Waikato University

Date Published: August 2009

Released on Education Counts: 10 September 2009

Category: Māori & English Medium

Te pakeke hei ākonga: Māori adult learners

Te pakeke hei ākonga: Māori adult learners This report explores success in literacy and language learning for Māori adults. It captures the perspectives and voices of learners, tutors and providers in foundation learning programmes. It describes how Māori tutors reinforce and strengthen their Māori learners’ identities through ensuring that Māori tikanga and values pervade the teaching and learning environment.

Author(s): Colleen McMurchy-Pilkington, University of Auckland

Date Published: August 2009

Released on Education Counts: 10 September 2009

Category: Māori & English Medium

Learning from the Quality Teaching Research and Development Programme (QTR&D) - Findings of the External Evaluation

Learning from the Quality Teaching Research and Development Programme (QTR&D) - Findings of the External Evaluation The Quality Teaching Research and Development Programme (QTR&D) was a bold and ambitious pilot development and research project. It was designed as an exploratory programme to understand more about quality teaching for Māori and Pasifika students, within designated contexts (literacy, numeracy, social studies and science) and across different language settings (English, Māori and Samoan bilingual).

Author(s): Lorna M. Earl, Ph.D. Director, Aporia Consulting Ltd. with Helen Timperley, Ph.D. and Georgina M. Stewart, Ed.D.

Date Published: May 2009

Released on Education Counts: August 2009

Category: Māori & English Medium

Māori Student Achievement on the National Qualifications Framework 2002-2005 Fact Sheet

Māori Student Achievement on the National Qualifications Framework 2002-2005 Fact Sheet This fact sheet provides an overview of Māori student achievement between 2002 & 2005. It uses NZQA achievement data at senior secondary school level.

Author(s): Haobo Wang, Claire Harkess and Michael Parkin

Date Published: November 2006



Category: Māori & English Medium

Analysis of the Characteristics of Whānau in New Zealand

Analysis of the Characteristics of Whānau in New Zealand This report was commissioned in early 2005 by the Ministry of Education. Its intention is to give an understanding of what the concept of whanau means within Aotearoa, and specifically what such meaning may have with regard to the educational learning of children/tamariki who reside in whanau.

Author(s): Chris Cunningham, Brenda Stevenson, Natasha Tassel

Date Published: May 2005


Category: Māori & English Medium

Evaluation of Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga (KAWM)

Evaluation of Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga (KAWM)

Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga (KAWM) encompassed a number of school improvement initiatives and aimed to:

  • improve student achievement;
  • improve school performance;
  • strengthen school and community relationships;
  • upgrade school ICT infrastructure; and
  • improve teachers' professional capability through ICT.

Author(s): Pauline Waiti, New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

Date Published: 2005

Category: Māori & English Medium

Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in Early Childhood Education and Schools

Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in Early Childhood Education and Schools This analysis of trends in Māori in early childhood education and schools was commissioned for Hui Taumata 2005.

Author(s): Siobhan Murray and Amy Galvin, Education Information and Analysis, Ministry of Education.
Commissioned for the Hui Taumata Steering Committee.

Date Published: January 2005



Category: Māori & English Medium

Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in tertiary education: a picture of the trends

Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in tertiary education: a picture of the trends This analysis of trends in Māori in tertiary education was commissioned for Hui Taumata 2005. For more information on this event, including other research and analysis prepared for Hui Taumata 2005 please visit Hui Taumata.

Author(s): Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, Ministry of Education

Date Published: January 2005




Category: Māori & English Medium

Whaia te iti Kahurangi: NZCER Evaluation

Whaia te iti Kahurangi: NZCER Evaluation NZCER was contracted by the partners in Whaia te iti Kahurangi (Te Runanga o Ngati Porou and the Ministry of Education) to undertake a formative evaluation of the initiative. Whaia te iti Kahurangi (WTIK) is aimed at improving student achievement in Ngati Porou East Coast schools. The evaluation found that significant progress had been made.

Author(s): Cathy Wylie and Vyletta Arago-Kemp

Date Published: 2004


Category: Māori & English Medium

Raising Māori students' achievement in Te Taitokerau

Raising Māori students' achievement in Te Taitokerau This publication is a summary of the Evaluation of Te Putahitanga Matauranga. Te Putahitanga Matauranga (TPM) is an education improvement and development project aimed at raising Māori students' achievement in Te Taitokerau (the Far North). TPM encompasses 78 schools in the Far North from Cape Reinga to Towai. The full report is attached as a downloadable file.

Author(s): Margie Hohepa, Kuni Jenkins with Jo Mane, Dale Sherman-Godinet and Sharon Toi, The International Research Institute for Māori and Indigenous Education, University of Auckland.

Date Published: February 2004


Category: Māori & English Medium

Whanau Toko I Te Ora: A Parenting Skills Programme

Whanau Toko I Te Ora: A Parenting Skills Programme The Māori Women's Welfare League undertakes a parent support & development programme: Whanau Toko i te Ora. This is an evaluation of the progress of whanau moving though the programme. It involves an overall account, based on the database held at the Māori Women's Welfare League; and includes the write up of 16 case study interviews.

Author(s): Ian Livingstone, Chartwell Consulants for the Māori Women's Welfare League.

Date Published: January 2002


Category: Māori & English Medium

Māori participation and performance in education: A summary by Anne Else

Māori participation and performance in education: A  summary by Anne Else This is a summary by Anne Else of a report prepared for the Ministry of Education in May 1997 entitled Māori Participation & Performance in Education: A Literature Review and Research Programme. The original report was authored by Simon Chapple, Richard Jefferies, and Rita Walker.

Author(s): Anne Else, Report for the Ministry of Education.

Date Published: May 1997


Category: Māori & English Medium

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