Courses - Faculty of Education And Social Work


Education Curriculum Māori

Stage I

EDCURRM 101
15 Points

Ngā Toi: He Whakatakinga

Develops students' knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing children's learning in Ngā Toi: dance, drama, music and visual art. Addresses questions such as: Why are Ngā Toi important to children's learning? How do teachers design quality learning experiences that encourage individual responses from a diverse range of learners? How do we monitor and assess learning?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 101

EDCURRM 102
15 Points

Te Reo Matatini Te Pihinga

Develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for students' literacy learning across ngā Marautanga Māori. Addresses questions such as: What do teachers need to know to teach literacy effectively? How do teachers' literacy competencies affect student learning? How do teachers balance the needs of the curriculum and the needs of learners?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 102

EDCURRM 103
15 Points

Te Whaiora

Develops understanding of Hauora, philosophies and practices that support learning and teaching within ngā Marau. Addresses questions such as: How do teachers implement quality learning experiences based on te akoranga kōiri me ngā mātauranga hauora for effective learning to occur for a diverse range of learners? How is learning monitored and assessed?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 103

EDCURRM 104
15 Points

Pāngarau: He Whakatakinga

Develops knowledge and understanding of the nature of Pāngarau and tauanga. Considers questions related to primary school Pāngarau and tauanga education such as: What is the purpose and role of Pāngarau and tauanga in the New Zealand Curriculum Framework? What is meant by thinking mathematically and statistically? What are the components of, and key concepts in the Marautanga Pāngarau?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 104

EDCURRM 105
15 Points

Pūtaiao: He Whakatakinga

Develops an appreciation of the nature of Pūtaiao that supports conceptual understandings and quality teaching and learning approaches in Pūtaiao education. Addresses questions such as: How do teachers design quality learning environments based on the Marautanga Pūtaiao so that positive engagement and effective learning can occur for a diverse range of learners? How is learning monitored and assessed?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 105

EDCURRM 106
15 Points

Tikanga-ā-iwi: He Whakatakinga

Develops students' knowledge and skills associated with planning for teaching and learning in Tikanga ā Iwi. Addresses questions such as: What do teachers need to know and understand about the history, nature and purpose of Tikanga ā Iwi education? How are curriculum requirements, teaching methodologies, management strategies and resources used to plan for students' diverse needs? How is learning monitored and assessed?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 106

EDCURRM 107
15 Points

Hangarau: He Whakatakinga

Develops knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for children's learning in the Marautanga Hangarau. Addresses questions such as: What do teachers need to know about the nature and purpose of the Marautanga Hangarau? How do teachers design quality learning experiences for a diverse range of learners? How is learning monitored and assessed?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 107

EDCURRM 108
15 Points

Pāngarau: He Whakatakinga

Develops knowledge and understanding of the discipline of Pāngarau and its relevance and purpose. Understands how the discipline is manifested in the form of curricula documents and guides. Considers questions such as what does it mean for children to know pāngarau and the associated debates and related theory. Examines the specific pāngarau education discourse in te reo Māori.

Restriction: EDCURRM 104

EDCURRM 109
15 Points

Te reo Matatini 1: Te Pihinga

Develops knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for learners' literacy learning across Marautanga. Examines a range of pedagogical practices and beliefs, including second language learning theory and pedagogy to teach literacy effectively and to improve outcomes for learners.

Restriction: EDCURRM 101

EDCURRM 113
15 Points

Hangarau me te Pūtaiao - He Whakatakinga

Develops knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for learners' literacy learning across Marautanga. Examines a range of pedagogical practices and beliefs, including second language learning theory and pedagogy to teach literacy effectively and to improve outcomes for learners.

Restriction: EDCURRM 105

EDCURRM 117
15 Points

Ngā Toi: He Whakatakinga

Inquires into the place of Ngā Toi in education, and develops capability and understanding through experiences in each of the three Ngā Toi disciplines: Toi Ataata; Ngā Mahi a te Rēhia; and Toi Puoro. Designs for learning by applying pedagogical, curriculum and content knowledge to select approaches and resources for Ngā Toi learning experiences for valued outcomes for learners.

Restriction: EDCURRM 101

EDCURRM 119
15 Points

Tikanga ā-iwi: He Whakatakinga

Develops students' knowledge and skills associated with planning for teaching and learning in tikanga ā iwi. Examines the history, nature and purpose of tikanga ā iwi education. Develops students’ knowledge of curriculum requirements, social inquiry and resources to plan for students' diverse needs. Examines how learning is monitored and assessed. Examines the specific tikanga ā iwi discourse of te reo Māori.

Restriction: EDCURRM 106

Stage II

EDCURRM 201
15 Points

Pāngarau: He Puāwaitanga

Develops understanding of pāngarau and pedagogical content knowledge for teaching and learning. Designs quality programmes based on knowledge of dispositions, learning and teaching approaches, resources and curricula, and assessment activities. Uses an increasing repertoire of teaching strategies, approaches, learning activities, technologies and assessment for learning. Communicates using the specific pāngarau education discourse in te reo Māori.

Prerequisite: EDCURRM 108

Restriction: EDCURRM 204

EDCURRM 202
15 Points

Te Reo Matatini Te Puanga

Deepens the knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for individual students' learning in the Marautanga Reo Māori. Addresses questions such as: What are effective literacy practices for working with individual learners? How are wider concepts of literacy including bilingualism and biliteracy developed? How is learning monitored and assessed?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 202

EDCURRM 203
15 Points

Te Reo Matatini 2: Te Puanga

Further develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with planning, teaching and assessing for learners' language proficiency and literacy learning across te Marautanga Māori. Examines a range of pedagogical practices and beliefs, including second language learning theory and pedagogy to improve outcomes for learners.

Prerequisite: EDCURRM 109

Restriction: EDCURRM 202

EDCURRM 204
15 Points

Pāngarau: Te Whakaako

Develops knowledge, skills and understanding for designing quality learning experiences in Pāngarau and tauanga for diverse learners. Considers questions related to primary Pāngarau and tauanga education such as: What are the mathematical and statistical concepts and learning progressions in Marautanga? What theoretical models of teaching, learning and assessment best inform teachers about the growth of understanding? What constitutes effective teaching practice?

Restriction: EDCURRIC 204

EDCURRM 205
15 Points

Hangarau me te Pūtaiao - He Whakawhanaketanga

Develops knowledge in the planning, teaching and assessing of children's learning in the hangarau and pūtaiao curricula as well as knowledge of relevant progressions and support guidelines. Examines how teachers design quality learning environments for positive engagement and effective learning in hangarau and pūtaiao for a diverse range of learners.

Prerequisite: EDCURRM 113

EDCURRM 206
15 Points

Hauora

Develops understanding of hauora, its whakapapa, philosophies and practices that support learning and teaching. Examines how teachers implement quality learning experiences based on ngā akoranga koiri me ngā mātauranga hauora to ensure effective learning for a diverse range of learners. Focuses on how learning is monitored and assessed. Examines the specific te reo Māori discourse in hauora education.

Restriction: EDCURRM 103

EDCURRM 220
15 Points

Special Topic: Te Whakarite Mahere Ako mō te Tikanga ā Iwi

Students examine developing tikanga-ā-iwi programmes that are relevant to Māori medium contexts. Students also examine issues relevant to the planning of tikanga-ā-iwi.

Stage III

EDCURRM 301
15 Points

Teaching and Te Reo Māori

Integrates curriculum content with approaches to planning, teaching and assessing Te Reo Māori up to Year 10. Addresses such questions as: Why is it important to learn Te Reo Māori? What do teachers need to know to teach Te Reo Māori effectively? What strategies, approaches and resources maximise student motivation and language acquisition in Te Reo Māori?

Prerequisite: 225 points passed in the BEd(Tchg) Primary Specialisation

Restriction: EDCURR 606, 630, EDCURRM 320, EDPROFST 353, EDCURSEC 678

EDCURRM 304
15 Points

Tū Tangata

Critically examines subjective positions from which groups and individuals make sense of the world and act in it. Asks questions such as: What is social and critical literacy? How can critical literacies be used to challenge our subjectivities and assumptions? How do these literacies intersect with underlying notions and philosophies embedded in Kaupapa Māori education initiatives? What are the issues and tensions in applying a Kaupapa Māori philosophy in education?

EDCURRM 320
15 Points

Special Topic: Learning Through Movement: Integrating Culture Across the Curriculum

EDCURRM 321
15 Points

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EDCURRM 322
15 Points

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EDCURRM 323
15 Points

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EDCURRM 324
15 Points

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