He aha i hira ai kia arotahi ki te reo Māori i roto i ngā kura?
He pitomata tō ngā kura auraki hei āwhina i te whakaoranga o te reo Māori. Kei te kawe rangahau Te Wāhanga - Rangahau Mātauranga o Aotearoa hei tautoko i ngā kura auraki tuatahi ki te whakawhanake aronga rautaki hei tautoko i te whakaakoranga me te akoranga o te reo Māori.
Kua tautohutia ēnei āhuatanga nā ā mātou rangahau:
- Ētahi pūtake e tika ana kia tahuri ngā kura auraki tuatahi ki te whakawhanake aronga rautaki ki te whakaako me te ako i te reo Māori
- Ko ngā take matua hei whiriwhiri mā ngā kura auraki tuatahi ina whakawhanake i tētahi ara rautaki mō te whakaako me te ako i te reo Māori
- Ko ngā tikanga mahi tino whai hua mō te whakaako me te ako i te reo Māori i ngā kura auraki tuatahi
Whāia tēnei hononga kia kitea ētahi o ā mātou mahi hei tautoko i te whakaoranga i te reo Māori.
Why is it important to focus on te reo Māori in schools?
English-medium schools have the potential to play an important role in revitalising te reo Māori. Te Wāhanga – New Zealand Council for Educational Research is conducting research to support English-medium primary schools to develop strategic approaches to Māori language teaching and learning.
Through our research we have identified:
- Key reasons why English-medium primary schools should develop strategic approaches to teaching and learning te reo Māori
- Key issues for English-medium primary schools to consider when developing a strategic approach to Māori language teaching and learning
- Practices that create a positive impact on Māori language teaching and learning in English-medium primary schools.
Follow this link to see more of the work we are doing to support reo Māori revitalisation.