Interweaving whakapapa through Māori women educators' pedagogy

Hiha, Anne Aroha 2014, Interweaving whakapapa through Māori women educators' pedagogy, Taiwan Aboriginal studies quarterly : Taiwan journal of Indigenous studies, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 119-161.

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Title Interweaving whakapapa through Māori women educators' pedagogy
Author(s) Hiha, Anne Aroha
Journal name Taiwan Aboriginal studies quarterly : Taiwan journal of Indigenous studies
Volume number 7
Issue number 2
Start page 119
End page 161
Total pages 43
Publisher College of Indigenous Peoples of Donghua University
Place of publication Shanghai, China
Publication date 2014-06
ISSN 2070-9730
Keyword(s) Maori pedagogy
genealogy
Interweaving whakapapa
Māori pedagogy
Whatu metaphor
Summary The strand of whakapapa - genealogy - weaves through Māori women educators '. Pedagogy This article is based on research carried out with three eminent Māori women educators from Aotearoa New Zealand, which answered the question' what is Māori women educators 'pedagogy?' The research used the Indigenous kaupapa Māori research methodology, which is based on Māori worldviews. From the research I developed a metaphor, which was based on a style of Māori weaving called whatu to articulate Māori women educators pedagogy. A crucial element of the metaphor was the whenu - the warp The whenu represented tikanga -.. whānau and hapū values, traditions and belief systems The data in my research, suggests that identity and in particular whakapapa, a strand of the whenu, were a fundamental aspect of Māori women educators' pedagogy. This article discusses whakapapa and its integral relationship with each of three themes of Māori women educators' pedagogy and how they interact.
Language chi
eng
Field of Research 130299 Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 930201 Pedagogy
HERDC Research category C3.1 Non-refereed articles in a professional journal
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