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  1. phoebed@hotmail.com' Phebs says:

    Ngā mihi rangatira kia koe Te Mihinga mo te blog nei e pa ana ki te kaupapa nei, ara ki Tātaiako-E: Cultural competency must-haves

    Thanks for this Te Mihinga I sooo tautoko your korero and whakaaro around the must- haves. Loved the way you have "mashed up" and shared your whakaaro.

    A great read and I tautoko your whakaaro

    Mauri ora kia koe

     

    1. Te Mihinga Komene says:

      Tēnā rā koe e te tuakana mō ngāu kupu mihi nei. What a fabulous endorsement, thank you! I'd be interested to know if you know of any other ways kaiako have been adapting Tātaiako in their classroom, especially if they've used apps or Web2.0 tools as well. Ka nui rā te mihi ki a koe, Phebs!

  2. fairfield_educare@hotmail.com' Johanna Korent says:

    Kia orana Te Mihinga, Thank you so much for this wonderful step by step presentation which further teases out practical and meaningful ways to support teachers using Tataiako.  It has given me insight and direction to explore with our ece team, whanau and tamariki.  Many thanks too for the references to support this.   Your talk is a great inspiration to me and a resource I will use with our team….many many thanks for the clarity and guidance you provide. Kia ora Johanna

     

  3. Te Mihinga Komene says:

    Kia ora Johanna, ngā mihi nui ki a koe mō te whakahoki kōrero whakamiha mai ki taku rangitaki. Thank you for your wonderful comments on this blog. Being able to apply a document like Tātaiako: Cultural Competencies for Teachers of Māori Learners to something we know and do everyday, especially if it's fun and using a digital tool, makes more sense and it also brings more life into something that we need to do anyway but all the better for making it more enjoyable I reckon. I'd love to hear about your ECE team, whānau and tamariki's exploration of these ideas and indeed what spin-offs may happen. There must be a nursery rhyme in these cultural competencies somewhere too :) Ngā mihi

  4. Nga mihi nunui ki a koe e hoa ma. Completely tautoko your mashup of Tātaiako – incredibly important to be creating nga ara mo nga kaiako to successfully learn how to work alongside our Māori students effectively. Am off to check out Ruia :)

    Nga mihi ano,

    Alex

    1. Te Mihinga Komene says:

      Nei rā ngā mihi nui ki a koe, Alex, mō ō kupu tautoko nei. Let me know what aspects about Ruia you think will work with your ākonga, kaiako & whānau. Ka kite au i a koe ki tā tātou hui ULearn14 ki Rotorua.

      Hei konei mai i roto i ngā mihi, Te Mihinga

  5. kokanods@gmail.com' Nods says:

    Kei tōku tuakana – ka wani kē tēnei rangitaki whakamiharo, he tino rawe ki te kite i tō tuhonohono atu ki te tā tātau kaupapa Tātaiako – wetiweti!

     

    1. Te Mihinga Komene says:

      Tēnā rā koe, e rangi me ngō whakaaro nui nei ki te tuku kōrero mai. He tika tāu, ko tāku he rapu huarahi ngāwari, ngahau hoki hei taunaki i ngā mahi a ngā kaiako. Mā te aha i te tuku whakaaro, nēhā?

  6. Anthony Faitaua says:

    Thank you for unpacking the Tataiako Competencies. It has really given me more insight into each competency and how I can use it with my Mahi and Pasifika Education Plan! Our cultural values are what makes us unique, no matter what century we live in! As you put it kindly, Keep on keeping on, make a difference with our Tamariki's! Really enjoyed the Read e hoa! 

  7. Te Mihinga Komene says:

    Fa'afetai tele lava, Anthony!

    Finding ways to ensure our cultures are respected and valued in all situations is what we constantly do so I like the blog platform which enables us to share ideas with others who are not so familiar with our cultures. Reach out!

    Manuia le aso :)

  8. Mark Maddren says:

    Thanks, a great blog post, unpacked the Tataiako competencies in a simple understandable way and gave me some great resources to add to my kete.

    1. Te Mihinga Komene says:

      Tēnā rā koe, Māka :)

      I’ve got more resources to share if interested that will get your kete overflowing and you’ll need to get more harakeke to replace the handles. This is just a little taster to start the ideas flowing so please share if you have any too. Ka nui te mihi!

  9. stacey.rowe@windowslive.com' Stacey says:

    Wow, i stumbled across your page when looking up tataiako information. As a student teacher, i loved looking at your resources and i was wondering if you had any others you would be willing to share with me.

     

    Thanks

    Stacey

    1. Te Mihinga Komene says:

      Tēnā rā koe Stacey me ō kōrero.

      Thank you so much for your comment about Tātaiako. I definitely have a lot of links to resources that I am able to share with you, in particular, te reo Māori me ōna tikanga. Please email me at: temihinga.komene@core-ed.org for any specific resources you are interested in.

      Kia kaha rā koe i ō mahi ako hei kaiako,

      Te Mihinga

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