Ngā whai painga o Te Ao Haka: The positive impacts of Te Ao Haka for ākonga, whānau, and kaiako is a kaupapa Māori research study from Te Wāhanga.
Te Kaupapa Our work
Ahakoa te aha, ka whai tonu ngā mahi a Te Wāhanga ki ngā mātāpono kaupapa Māori ā-tikanga. Mā te Rōpū Tikanga Rangahau mātou e taunaki. Ka whakaū mātou ki te rangahau, ki te arototuruki, ki te tātari kaupapahere, ki te whanaketanga mātanga tae atu ki te whanake i ngā rauemi ā-hāngai rangahau. Ka whaipānga anō mātou ki ētahi atu kairangahau, pūtahi anō hoki tae atu ki ngā mana pērā i te kōhanga reo, wharekura, wānanga me ētahi atu rōpū Māori ā-mātauranga iwi.
All Te Wāhanga work adheres to kaupapa Māori research principles, guided by tikanga. A recently established Rōpū Tikanga Rangahau assists us with this. We undertake research, evaluation, policy analysis, professional development, and the development of research-based resources. We also have collaborative relationships with outside researchers and institutions, and with groups including kōhanga reo, kura, wharekura, wānanga, and other iwi and Māori education groups.