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Teaching (Mātauranga Māori/Māori Medium)

Teaching at the University of Waikato is a qualification that sets you up to become a skilled and reflective teacher. We produce qualified teachers who are in high demand both in New Zealand and around the world.

I tautoko te Whare Wānanga o Waikato me te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education ki ngā whāinga o te iwi Māori. He kaiārahi ngā manu taiko i roto i ngā wānanga, ngā whare wānanga, ngā kura me ngā manatū o te kāwana.

Ngā hōtaka Tohu Paetahi

E rua ngā hōtaka kaupapa arareo Māori ki Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education hei whakangungu i ngā ākonga ki te mahi i roto i ngā hōtaka reorua, hōtaka rumaki me ngā kura auraki hoki.

Ki a koutou e whai i te hōtaka kōhungahunga tohua BTchg Ki Taiao.

Ki a koutou e aro ana ki te hōtaka kura tuatahi tohua BTchg Kākano Rua.

Ka noho whānau te hōtaka Kākano ki BTchg auraki, ā, ka akotahi ki te nuinga o ā rāua pepa. Ko Te Kura Toi Tangata Māori Mentoring Unit he rōpū tautoko  hei ārahi i ngā ākonga. Kua mauhere ngā pepa o “Professional Educational”, ngā pepa marautanga me ngā wā kura ki ngā hōtaka kura tuatahi katoa.

Ngā hōtaka Tohu Paerua

Ki a koutou ngā manu taiko kua whiwhi he Tohu Paetahi e aro ana ki te hōtaka kura tuatahi me te wharekura tohua MTchgLn Te Toi Arareo.

Mehemea he Tohu Paetahi ā kua rehitatia hei pouako ka taea te tono ki te hōtaka Te Rōpū Tohu Paerua. He tohu PGDipEd (Kaupapa Arareo Māori) ā ka taea te hono ēnei pepa e whā ki tāu whāinga i tāu Tohu Paerua.

If you can speak te reo Māori, you’re in high demand not only for your language skills, but as role models for Māori students in New Zealand.

Undergraduate study

Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education has several programmes in Māori medium teaching that prepare graduates for bilingual, total immersion and mainstream environments. For people interested in studying early childhood teaching there is the BTchg Ki Taiao programme. For those people interested in studying primary school teaching there is the BTchg Kākano Rua programme.

Postgraduate study

If you are a qualified teacher interested in postgraduate study, find out more about Te Rōpū Tohu Paerua, a PGDipEd (Māori Medium Teaching) qualification. These papers can also be taken as part of a Master of Education.

If you are a graduate fluent in te reo Māori and are interested in becoming a teacher, talk to us about Te Toi Arareo Master of Teaching and Learning (Māori Medium). Developed in collaboration with whānau, hapūand iwi, this programme meets the criteria demanded in today’s kura and wharekura.

Māori at Waikato

Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education is committed to the education and development of Māori. We cater for students seeking support and teaching qualifications, teachers interested in professional development and researchers keen to contribute new knowledge.

Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato The University of Waikato and Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education has always had a strong affinity with Māori. Many of our graduates are now influential leaders in Māori education working in wānanga, universities, schools and government departments.

Our programmes are taught in a whānau-based environment and students will complete the majority of their papers with the same whānau group. Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education mentoring unit is also available to provide support to Māori students. Our Māori mentors provide academic and course advice, help with degree planning, guidelines for writing in te reo Māori and scholarship application sign offs. They also organise events such as BBQ, Inter-school sports (Hākinakina) and wānanga for Faculty of Education students.

Adjacent to the Faculty is Te Kohinga Mārama Marae, a focal point for pōwhiri and hui. The marae can also be used as an educational resource and a venue for visiting schools.

Qualifications

Study Teaching (Mātauranga Māori/Māori Medium) in any of these qualifications

Prescriptions for the BTchg (Early Childhood)

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood) programme.

100 Level

200 Level

300 Level

Prescriptions for the BTchg (Early Childhood) Ki Taiao

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood Ki Taiao programme.

100 Level

Hei Whakapumahara Tuatahi (EK1)TEPS1307.5 Points
Te Whariki (EK1)TEPS13615.0 Points

200 Level

Mahi Whakaako Tuarua: Practicum (EK2)TEDE23110.0 Points
Developing Inclusive PracticesTEHD22020.0 Points
Hei Whakapumahara Tuarua (EK2)TEPS23010.0 Points
Nga Pipi Paopao (EK2)TEPS23520.0 Points
Mana Aoturoa (EK2)TEPS23620.0 Points
Te Reo Huataki (EK2)TEPS23720.0 Points

300 Level

Mahi Whakaako Tuatoru (EK3)TEDE33110.0 Points
Hei Whakapumahara Tuatoru (EK3)TEPS33010.0 Points
Turangawaewae (EK3)TEPS33120.0 Points
Mahere Huanga (EK3)TEPS33220.0 Points
Mai i te Whaiao (EK3)TEPS33320.0 Points

Prescriptions for the BTchg Primary

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching Primary programme.

100 Level

200 Level

300 Level

Prescriptions for the BTchg (Primary) Kakano Rua

The core papers are the same as those listed for the BTchg (Primary) programme. The following five papers are available only to students enrolled in the Kakano Rua programme and are compulsory.

Prescriptions for the BTchg (Primary Conjoint)

See BTchg (Primary) for the core papers.

Prescriptions for the BTchg (Secondary Conjoint)

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary Conjoint) programme.

100 Level

Students must take the following papers, as well as two 100 level curriculum papers.

Dance Education Y7-10TEAL14115.0 Points
Drama Education Y7-10TEAL14215.0 Points
English Education Y7-10TEAL14315.0 Points
Music Education Y7-10TEAL14615.0 Points
Additional Languages Education Y7-10TEAL14715.0 Points
Professional Practice 1: Practicum (SC2)TEDE17115.0 Points
Maori Education Y7-11TEMB14015.0 Points
Te Tirohanga Maori (SC1)TEMB15015.0 Points
Mathematics Education Y7-11TEMS14015.0 Points
Science Education A Y7-13TEMS14115.0 Points
Science Education B Y7-13TEMS14215.0 Points
Technology Education Y7-10TEMS14615.0 Points
Social Studies Education Y7-10TEPC14015.0 Points
Business Studies Education Y9-13TEPC14315.0 Points
ICT and Information LiteracyTEPS12115.0 Points
Introduction to Teaching and the Curriculum (SC1)TEPS17015.0 Points
The Adolescent Within a School Context (SC2)TEPS17215.0 Points
Physical Education Y7-10TESP14715.0 Points
Health Education Y7-13TESP14815.0 Points

200 Level

Students must take the following papers, as well as one 200 level curriculum paper and one 200 level Teacher Education elective paper.

Dance Education Y11-13TEAL24120.0 Points
Drama Education Y11-13TEAL24220.0 Points
English Education Y11-13TEAL24320.0 Points
Additional Languages Education Y11-13TEAL24520.0 Points
Music Education Y11-13TEAL24620.0 Points
Special Topic Y11-13TEAL28720.0 Points
Professional Practice 2: Practicum (SC3)TEDE27120.0 Points
Mathematics Education Y12-13TEMS24020.0 Points
Physics Education Y11-13TEMS24320.0 Points
Chemistry Education Y11-13TEMS24420.0 Points
Biology Education Y11-13TEMS24520.0 Points
Technology Education Y11-13TEMS24620.0 Points
Special Topic Y11-13TEMS28720.0 Points
Working with Cultural/Linguistic DiversityTEPC22420.0 Points
History Education Y11-13TEPC24120.0 Points
Geography Education Y11-13TEPC24220.0 Points
Economics Education Y11-13TEPC24320.0 Points
Accounting Education Y11-13TEPC24420.0 Points
Adolescence: Aspects of Learning (SC2)TEPS27220.0 Points
Classroom Management for Secondary Schools (SC3)TEPS27320.0 Points
Physical Education Y11-13TESP24720.0 Points

300 Level

Students must take the following papers, and also one 300 level Teacher Education elective paper.

Option Papers

In addition to the compulsory papers for each degree students may choose up to five option papers depending on their degree. Option papers may be selected from the lists below or from any other Faculty in the University.

100 Level

ICT and Information LiteracyTEPS12115.0 Points

200 Level

300 Level

Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Early Childhood)

This is a one year professional qualification consisting of compulsory professional education and curriculum teaching papers, and includes three teaching practicum. Three kaupapa Maori papers may be taken as an alternative to three mainstream papers.

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood) programme.

Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Primary)

This is a professional qualification involving one year of intensive study. It prepares students to teach in all curriculum areas and to develop professional understanding about teaching and learning. The programme includes three teaching practicum.

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Primary) programme.

Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Secondary)

This is a one year professional qualification comprising papers examining issues related to teaching and the curriculum, learners and learning, and the professional issues facing teachers in classroom, school and community situations. It also includes papers in teaching specific curriculum subjects and two practicum.

These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) programme.

Core papers

A further three papers from the list below contingent on entry degree

Secondary Curriculum: English Y7-10TEAL70515.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: English Y11-13TEAL70615.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Art Y7-10TEAL70715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Art Y11-13TEAL70815.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Music Y7-10TEAL70915.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Music Y11-13TEAL71015.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Dance Y7-10TEAL71515.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Dance Y11-13TEAL71615.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Drama Y7-10TEAL71715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Drama Y11-13TEAL71815.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Additional Languages Y7-10TEAL71915.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Additional Languages Y11-13TEAL72015.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Media Studies Y11-13TEAL72115.0 Points
Special TopicTEAL78715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Maori Y11-13TEMB71415.0 Points
Special TopicTEMB78715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Mathematics Y7-11TEMS72415.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Mathematics Y12-13TEMS72515.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Science A Y7-13TEMS72615.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Science B Y7-13TEMS72715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Physics Y11-13TEMS72815.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Chemistry Y11-13TEMS72915.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Biology Y11-13TEMS73015.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Graphics Y7-13TEMS73215.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Technology Education Y7-10TEMS73315.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Technology Education Y11-13TEMS73415.0 Points
Special TopicTEMS78715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Social Studies Y7-11TEPC71515.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: History Y11-13TEPC71615.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Geography Y11-13TEPC71715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Accounting Y11-13TEPC72115.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Business Studies Y9-13TEPC72215.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Economics Y11-13TEPC72315.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Social Sciences Y11-13TEPC78715.0 Points
Special TopicTEPS78715.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Physical Education Y7-10TESP71815.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Physical Education Y11-13TESP71915.0 Points
Secondary Curriculum: Health Y7-13TESP72015.0 Points
Special TopicTESP78715.0 Points

Prescriptions for the BTchg(Hons)

The BTchg(Hons) aims to enrich professional preparation through in-depth studies of aspects of education. It is available for students or teachers who have completed the BTchg or equivalent and who have attained a minimum GPA of B+ in their third year papers.

The BTchg(Hons) is equivalent to one years' full-time study. It may be completed part-time.

To complete a BTchg(Hons), students must take 120 points at 500 level, including 60 points taken from the list of papers for the Master of Education (under the subject Education), DSOE556 Research Methods for Teachers, and an independent study of at least 30 points.

Prescriptions for the MTchgLn

The Master of Teaching and Learning is an intensive one-year programme comprising 180 points at 500 level that prepares primary, secondary, or Maori medium teachers.

If you are a graduate fluent in te reo Māori and are interested in becoming a teacher, talk to us about Te Toi Arareo Master of Teaching and Learning (Māori Medium)*. Developed in collaboration with whānau, hapū and iwi, this programme meets the criteria demanded in today’s kura and wharekura.

Another option is to undertake the Graduate Diploma of Teaching. This one-year programme is for degree graduates and prepares you for secondary school teaching. This is an option if you choose to teach Junior and/or Senior Te Reo Māori curriculum. Ko tēnei hōtaka, kōtahi tau te roanga, mō ngā manutaiko tohu paetahi, ā, ka whakaritea i ā koe mō te whakaako ki ngā kura tuarua. He whiringa tēnei ki te hiahia koe te te whakaako i marautanga Te Reo Māori tēina, tuakana hoki rānei.

*Subject to Education Council approval
*Kei te whai tonu i te whakaāetanga a te Matatū Aotearoa

Contacts

Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education:

Phone: 0800 924 528 Ext: 4500

Email: teach@waikato.ac.nz

Undergraduate Programme Leader Ngarewa Hawera

Phone: (+64) 7 838 4466 Ext: 7848

Room: TL.4.12

Email: ngarewa@waikato.ac.nz

Māori Medium Programme Advisor Pania Whauwhau

Postgraduate Programme Leaders:

Margie Hohepa
Karaitiana Tamatea

Māori Medium Programme Advisor Pania Whauwhau