Our Courses - Language, Culture & Teaching - Te Tohu Ako

te tohu ako paetahi

Philosophy

"He taonga tōku reo, he taonga tuku iho"

"My language is my ancestral heritage"


OvERVIEW

Te Tohu Ako Paetahi: Mā Te Reo will nurture competent and confident educational practitioners who will contribute to the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual growth of children, irrespective of their status, culture or abilities. 

Graduates of this degree will be equipped to address the inequities faced in education, in particular by Māori children, and join the challenge to provide appropriate and effective learning. 

Graduates' knowledge of te reo Māori me ngā tikanga o Tūhoe will enable them to operate and contribute positively both to the Māori-medium and mainstream school environment.


COURSE DETAILS

Start Date:

12 February 2018

Level:

Undergraduate Degree

Length:

3 years, Full-Time

Location:

12-14 Morrison Street, Tāneatua

Delivery:

Classroom teaching, practicum, placements in local schools, supervised and online tutorials.

Annual Fee/Payment Options:

$5,763.00 including Student Fee Protection

Scholarships & Studylink available (conditions apply)

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Teach NZ Scholarships:

Māori Medium Scholarship

Applications Opens: Monday 13th November 2017


Entry Criteria

  • Entry for applicants 17 - 19 years of age is University Entrance:
    • A minimum of 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three subjects on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF), with Te Reo Māori as one of the subjects.
    • A minimum of 10 credits at Level 2 or higher in English on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF).
    • A minimum of 10 credits at Level 1 in Mathematics or Pangarau on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF).
  • Applicants over 20 years of age will be required to show evidence of academic capabilities that meet the required UE standards of te reo, English and mathematics.
  • Consideration will be given to levels of schooling, commitment to learning, other relevant studies, interest, and expertise, recent professional development and general life experiences.

COURSE team

Enquiry & Enrolments:

Karakia Kruger

Programme Manager:

Sandy Hata

Programme Tutor(s):

Tamati Kruger

 

Aroha Morunga

 

Terri Tawhai

 

Finney Davis

 

Mihi McLeod

 

Ameria Rua


Course details

This course has been designed specifically to contribute to effective learning environments in Tūhoe context, such as whakapapa, whānaungatanga, Tūhoetanga, te reo me ōna tikanga. 

Anamata, in offering this degree programme, is taking ownership of the challenge by producing quality teachers who use the medium of Te Reo Māori as the medium of instruction and incorporate cultural experience or tikanga-ā-iwi into the language learning context.


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