Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Pāngarau Research Project Publications
In this research project undertaken by the University of Waikato three schools were selected as case studies to provide information about professional development they were involved in to support them implement Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Pāngarau and how parents would like the progress and achievement of their children reported to them.
Author(s): Ngārewa Hāwera, University of Waikato.
Date Published: October 2011
Twenty-five Māori-medium schools were given the opportunity to work with the Draft Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori (NWRM) Pāngarau in 2010. Three of these schools were selected in consultation with the National Coordinator of facilitators as case studies to inform the Ministry of Education of the support required for professional development, curriculum and teaching materials needed to implement NWRM Pāngarau in other Māori-medium schools in 2011.
Criteria for the selection of these schools were that the schools:
- are working with the draft Ngā Whanaketanga Pāngarau
- have an existing relationship with a NWRM Pāngarau facilitator
- provide a mix of regions, decile rating and geographical settings (urban/rural).
This report provides findings from the tumuaki and three teachers in each of these schools regarding the professional development that has been available to them this year.
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