Professor Margie Kahukura Hohepa
Associate Dean Māori
Bilingualism; Indigenous Education; Maori Education
Qualifications: PhD, MA, BA, DipT
Iwi: Te Māhurehure, Ngāpuhi, Te Ātiawa
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Margie teaches in Māori education undergraduate and graduate courses and supervises honours, masters and doctoral research students across a range of Māori education topics. She has taught in primary school and kōhanga reo settings. Her field of research is also Māori education framed by Kaupapa Māori, with a particular interest in Māori medium education. Recent research projects have focused on Māori medium initial teacher education and on kōhanga-kura transitions.
Māori medium education, Kaupapa Māori education, bilingualism, biliteracy
Hohepa, M., & McIntosh, L. (2017). Transition to school for indigenous children. In N. Ballam, B. Perry, & A. Garpelin (Eds.), Pedagogies of Educational Transitions (pp. 77-93). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
Hohepa, M., Paki, V., Peters, S., Gilbert, T., Hawksworth, L., Olliver, D., . . . Hakaraia, T. (2017). Riariakina ō rongo hirikapo From kōhanga reo to kura. Teaching & Learning Research Initiative. Retrieved from http://www.tlri.org.nz/
Hohepa, M., & Paki, V. (2017). Māori medium education and transition to school. In N. Ballam, B. Perry, & A. Garpelin (Eds.), Pedagogies of Educational Transitions (pp. 95-111). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
Bateman, A., Hohepa, M., & Bennett, T. (2017). Indigenizing outdoor play in New Zealand: A conversation analysis approach. In T. Waller, E. Arlemalm-Hagser, E. B. H. Sandseter, L. Lee-Hammond, K. Lekies, & S. Wyver (Eds.), SAGE Handbook of Outdoor Play and Learning (pp. 530-542). SAGE.
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