In this video, respected educator Sir Sidney Mead outlines his aspirations for rangatahi, including non-Māori.
In this video from the Te Kotahitanga response, students share their experiences of the changes their teachers made and what these meant to them.
In this video from Te Kotahitanga, Russell Bishop discusses the importance of learners being able to bring their own experiences into the classroom and have them validated.
Te Kotahitanga researchers asked Māori learners to share their experience of learning. The videos in this resource allow teachers to hear student’s voices.
This video asks the question “What do students want from their teacher?”
Māori students leaving Te Kotahitanga schools at year thirteen, reflect on their experiences in these schools since year nine. They highlight their experiences in these schools and communities that have supported them to embark on tertiary study.