Culturally responsive pedagogy

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Culturally responsive pedagogy

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Topic summary

Research reviews

The principles of culturally responsive teaching

An overview of key principles underpinning culturally responsive practice.

Seven principles to effectively support Māori students as Māori

A systematic look at some key principles for supporting Maori students to achieve success as Maori

Four strategies to effectively support Pasifika students

A closer look at some key strategies for supporting Pasifika students through culturally responsive pedagogies


Teaching and leading to the North-East

Professor Russell Bishop discusses his research into how leaders and teachers can structure their practice to create quality and equitable learning for ākonga Māori and other marginalised students.

Free webinar: Māori achieving success as Māori part 2

Janelle Riki-Waaka returns to help educators to positively challenge their existing beliefs and perceptions about te ao Māori, and to build deeper understanding of the best ways to work alongside Māori and enact our responsibilities to te Tiriti o Waitangi

Mātauranga Māori in education

This webinar explores questions related to mātauranga Māori in education.

Free webinar: Māori achieving success as Māori

Janelle Riki-Waaka explores what Māori achieving success as Māori means from a Māori worldview, and how teachers and schools can consider how well their environments and practices support ākonga Māori to succeed and thrive

Supporting Pasifika students through dialogic approaches

Dr Jacinta Oldehaver (University of Auckland) discusses her research into how utilising dialogic pedagogical approaches can positively support the engagement and learning of Pasifika students

Culturally responsive mathematics education

Associate Professor Jodie Hunter (Massey University) shares insights from her extensive classroom-based research into the use of culturally responsive approaches to teaching and learning mathematics in primary school



Using dialogic approaches to deepen and extend students’ thinking and learning

Key insights from our webinar with Jacinta Olderhaver exploring dialogic approaches to teaching and learning.

Honouring Te Tiriti and promoting culturally empowering practices in schools

Key insights from the webinar with Janelle Riki-Waaka on supporting ākonga Māori to achieve success as Māori in schools.
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