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This course will contribute to an understanding of the importance of bilingual and bicultural education environments, and how teachers can work effectively within these. Students will gather information from relevant research and pedagogies to develop and strengthen early childhood programmes and classroom knowledge honouring the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. and will learn how to develop and foster collaborative teaching and learning within a bicultural/ Te Tiriti based curriculum. This course is designed to help you build on your knowledge base of learning te reo me nga Ahuatanga Maori and your critical pedagogical thinking skills in terms of working within a bicultural curriculum frameworks. You will continue to: o Critique your own world view(s);and o Broaden your skills and knowledge of te reo Maori me nga Ahuatanga Maori, articulating their relevance to the early childhood and primary sectors.
TEPI220 and TEPI221