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Indigenous theory and methodology development

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The Indigenous Theory and Methodology workshops are a suite of programmes that have particular focus on capacity and capability building for Indigenous researchers. The aim of the workshops are to provide training facilitated by senior Indigenous researchers, and focuses on teaching key research skills related to Indigenous research methodologies and practice. The workshops have provided training for up to 100 participants and each series has included between 3 and 4 specialised sessions. The content of the workshops has specifically included training in the areas of;

(1) Indigenous Theory
(2) Indigenous Methodology
(3) Indigenous Qualitative Methods
(4) Indigenous Quantitative Methods

Participant feedback has been utilised to plan future training that seeks to collaboratively develop an evidence based understanding and awareness of the capacity building needs of Indigenous doctoral students. Indigenous Theory and Methodology workshops have been held at;

  • Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development
  • Te Whare Wānanga o Aotearoa
  • UNITEC,Auckland
  • Kamehameha Schools(Hawaii) 
  • The Queen Lili’uokalani Childrens Center (Hawaii)
  • Jumbunna House of Learning, University of Technology Sydney (Australia).

For information on how we can support your training needs please contact: tammy.tauroa@waikato.ac.nz

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