Unuhia te pō, te pō whiri mārama,
Tomokia te ao, te ao whatu tāngata,
Tātai ki runga, tātai ki raro, tātai aho rau,
Haumi e, hui e, tāiki e.
Tēnei te reo pōhiri ki ngā muka tāngata katoa huri noa kia tono mai ki tēnei wānanga whakangungu kaiako ki raro i te maru o Tātai Aho Rau, CORE Education.
The Dr Vince Ham eFellowship is an invigorating and intellectually stimulating experience that aims to provide inspiration, thought leadership, and provocation. CORE Education is pleased to once again offer this unique professional learning opportunity for educators from Māori medium and English medium settings right across early learning, kura and schools in Aotearoa.
The aims of the Dr Vince Ham eFellowship are to:
- Support educators to undertake an action research project
- Foster reflection and critical thinking
- Support new approaches and innovative practices, particularly in contexts serving diverse learners
- Build a network of innovative educational practitioners
- Facilitate the sharing of transformational practice.
As an eFellow, you will conduct a year-long action research project with mentoring from CORE Education. Embedded within your action research will be an emphasis on innovation and equity and how educators can produce sustained and transformative change in education.
Māori medium eFellowship
In 2021, CORE Education is providing another exciting pathway through the Dr Vince Ham eFellowship programme for educators from Māori medium settings that will be strongly aligned to their localised curriculum.
Pacific Education Grant
Are you curious about how you, your centre or school can best support Pacific learners? Do you have an innovative approach that could help promote effective and equitable teaching and learning for Pacific learners?
About Tātai Aho Rau
Tātai Aho Rau is a concept that drives our professional practice at CORE Education. The principles and values also form a touchstone for the endeavours that CORE supports and promotes, including the Dr Vince Ham eFellowship.
There are four binding threads to Tātai Aho Rau which shape our work in research and innovation:
- Whakapapa: research and innovation connects ideas to practice
- Tikanga: research and innovation supports reciprocity and sustains links between people and organisations
- Reo: research and innovation is shared in ways and places where it can be used and sustained in practice
- Wairua: research and innovation is inclusive, encourages learning and critical reflection.
For inspiration, take a look at the work of previous Dr Vince Ham eFellows reports.