Tō pono, taku pono
Presented by Maria Sydney, Educational Leadership Project
Everyone is welcome to join us as we waananga together about the whakaapa of our education system and how these narratives continue to impact our view of education and our role as kaiako in ECE today.
We will explore notions of Te Whāriki as a bicultural document and kaupapa Māori theory and practice that enhances bicultural practice in our services. We will korero about some of the challenges that exist and share ways that we can collaborate as active agents of change through brave and courageous conversation. Ko te kai a te rangatira he kōrero. The food of chiefs is dialogue. Let us create space for brave dialogue and be the agents of change that we need.