Te Whakamānawa - developing cultural competencies in learning communities

Improve your culturally responsive practices

Aotearoa is a bicultural nation with learning communities that are becoming more diverse and multicultural. This professional online programme will help you develop better ways to reflect our bicultural heritage and give mana to Te Tiriti o Waitangi in your teaching, as well as how relationships with students, whānau and iwi/hapū can support the engagement and achievement of all students.

Dates and times

Dates: 23 February - 27 July 2023

Cost: $880.00 plus GST

Venue: This online programme can be accessed from anywhere in Aotearoa. Registered participants will receive the link to the programme one week before the event.

Modules will be supported by weekly webinars held on Thursdays. 

Download the webinar dates and times for the programme starting 23 February 2023:

 

Download the webinar schedule

 

Comments from previous participants:

"Huge learning and growth opportunities that have been incrementally built upon."
"The amount of knowledge and understanding I have gained is invaluable!"

Learning outcomes

By the end of this online programme, you will be able to:

  • evaluate your current culturally responsive practices and pedagogy
  • implement practical ways in which your learning community might better reflect the bicultural heritage of Aotearoa
  • empower ākonga Māori to achieve educational success ‘as Māori’
  • meaningfully engage and create partnerships with ākonga, whānau, iwi/hapū and the wider community
  • implement strategies into practice that will give mana to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • integrate more culturally responsive practices.

 

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  • Who is this for?

    Who is this for? Who is this for?

    This online programme is for leaders and educators in English-medium learning communities who are seeking to improve their bicultural and culturally responsive practices, give mana to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and increase engagement with students, whānau, and iwi/hapū.

  • Programme format, modules and webinars

    Programme format, modules and webinars Programme format, modules and webinars

    20 week online programme, divided into five modules (four weeks per module):

    • Ko wai tātou? | Who are we?
    • Ko Aotearoa tēnei | This is Aotearoa
    • Te eke angitu a te Māori | Māori success
    • He whānau kōtahi tātou | We are all whānau
    • Whakamanahia Te Tiriti o Waitangi | Give mana to the Treaty of Waitangi

    Each module will be supported by two webinars (10 in total), all held late afternoon.

    Each module includes a wero (challenge presentation) for participants to work on and share back. Participants are also invited to reflect on each module and self-assess their own progress in relation to culturally responsive and bicultural practices.

    Participants will spend approximately 3–5 hours per week engaging with the programme. However, where multiple staff from the same learning community are taking part, participants will likely work together, possibly limiting the time commitment.

  • Digital badging

    Digital badging Digital badging

    Upon completing this CORE online programme, participants will be able to download a digital badge to add to their professional learning e-portfolio.