Search results for: Hindle Rawiri
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Te Kotahitanga: A Case Study of a Repositioning Approach to Teacher Professional Development for Culturally Responsive Pedagogies
This article presents a case study of professional development programme drawn from the findings of a large-scale evaluation of Te Kotahitanga. The Te Kotahitanga approach links culturally relevant/relationship-based classroom pedagogy with on-site embedded processes for working with teachers in classrooms. One hundred and fifty teachers were interviewed across 22 secondary schools that participated in the Te Kotahitanga professional development programme. The findings reveal that teachers highlighted the importance of positive relationships and interactions in the classroom/school environment to enhance M¯aori student achievement.
Updated: Jan. 16, 2013
Culturally Responsive Pedagogies in the Classroom: Indigenous Student Experiences across the Curriculum
Using a mixed-methods research approach, the authors evaluated the impact of teacher professional development to instil culturally responsive pedagogies in secondary classrooms. The results reveal that the majority of teachers showed evidence of culturally responsive practices. Furthermore, the findings show that the students were able to describe examples of teachers caring for them as culturally located individuals.
Updated: Dec. 25, 2012