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Mataako Hōkai Paerua (Kōhanga Reo, Kura, Wharekura)

Mataako Hōkai Paerua (Kōhanga Reo, Kura, Wharekura)

Level of Study: 
08
PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

He tohu Mataako Hōkai Paerua (Kōhanga Reo, Kura, Wharekura) (Taumata 8) tēnei mō te hunga e hiahiatia ana te whakaako ki ngā kōhanga reo, ki ngā kura kaupapa, ki ngā wharekura. Ka puta te kaiako ihupuku hei kaiako ihumanea e pakari ana ki te whakamahi rangahau, pūkenga wetewete take, tātari taunakitanga kua kohia, me tana kaha ki te huritao kia pai ake āna mahi whakaako, kia matua aro ki ngā matea ako o āna ākonga i te akomanga.

* This programme is subject to NZQA and EDUCANZ approval.

COURSE DETAILS
Location/s: 
Whakatāne
Start Date: 
TBC
Delivery Mode:
Mixed Mode
Total Fee for 2017:
$5879
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry is open to applicants who meet the following requirements:

Minimum Age: 
18 years
Minimum Qualification/s: 

Kaiako ihupuku applicants must be at least 18 years or older, and

  • Have graduated with, and be able to provide evidence of a Bachelor's degree at Level 7, of at least 360 credits, that is recognised by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), with a B+ average;
  • or hold a Bachelor Degree or Diploma in Teaching (360 credits) in an area that can be utilised in a whare ako, a kura, or in a kōhanga reo, or in a wharekura;
  • or hold a Level 7 Diploma in Whakapakiri (360 credits) in an area that can be utilised in a whare ako, a kura or in a kōhanga reo or in a wharekura school teaching and learning environments;
    If one holds a Level 7 Diploma in Whakapakiri (360 credit) qualification (kaiako ihumanea), one must:
  • have at least 3 years teaching experience within a whare ako, a kura, or in a kōhanga reo, or in a wharekura;
  • provide evidence of a letter of support from Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Board endorsing their character and support for them to be on the programme;
  • meet all the remaining entry criteria.

Entry into the programme prioritises kaiako ihupuku and kaiako ihumanea who:

  • Articulate and display a willingness to develop second subject expertise (beyond their degree or tohu expertise). Preference will be given to applicants who wish to develop their expertise in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM subjects).
  • Display potential to meet the Education Council requirements in relation to Graduating Teaching Standards and the “Good character and fit to be a teacher” EC policy;
  • Undertake a Police vetting for criminal convictions, and Vulnerable Children Act (2014) check including a proof of identity check and health status as part of the application process consistent with Education Council of Aotearoa/New Zealand requirements for provisional certification and any other check required by EC/NZQA or Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi;

Note that kaiako ihupuku and ihumanea:

  • Who have criminal convictions and/or are unable to pass the vulnerable person act check which precludes them from registering as a teacher, will be excluded from enrolment.
  • Who are charged with a criminal offence during their study must notify Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi in writing within three working days of the decision. If they are subsequently convicted, they must inform Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi within two working days of decision. Depending on the nature of the conviction, they may be excluded from the hōtaka.
  • Who breach the Vulnerable Children Act (2014) during their study must notify and declare, in writing, to The Registrar of Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi as soon as possible because any breach of the Act will lead to being excluded from the hōtaka.
  • Must provide evidence of age and citizenship and other identity details as specified by TEC conditions and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi approved enrolment policy and process.
  • Must demonstrate proficiency in Te Reo to at least Te Reo Rangatira NCEA Level 3 or above. Kaiako ihupuku and kaiako ihumanea that do not have Te Reo Rangatira NCEA L3 will be required to complete an oral and written assessment “He Anga Rangahau Reo” to demonstrate an equivalent or advanced level of competency as this hōtaka is offered through full immersion delivery, language of instruction is Te Reo and oral and written assessments will be in Te Reo.
  • Must provide two referees (such as kaumātua, Kaiako, Tumuaki, community leaders, minsters and priests etc.) to attest to their character in writing. These referees must also be available for face-to-face confirmation;
  • Will show that they have the support of their Iwi/Hapū and/or Whānau to enrol in the Mataako Hōkai Paerua (Kōhanga Reo, Kura, Wharekura) (Taumata 8) hōtaka through support from Kaumātua and/or wider whanau.
  • Must be interviewed kanohi ki te kanohi, by a selection panel, to assess:

a)    their potential to be a teacher in a whare ako and/or wharekura and/or kōhanga reo within Aotearoa New Zealand in relation to the Graduating Teaching Standards
b)    Their good character and fit to be a teacher according to the EC policy and
c)    Their ability and level of Te Reo through various scenarios and activities
 

Further Study:

To Masters

Course Code: AKO801
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Rapua te Iho Matua
Description:

Hei tēnei kōwae ako, ka whakawhanake te māramatanga o te kaiako ihupuku ki ngā rapua iho matua o te ao ako. Ka whātorohia aua rapua iho matua mā te āta wetewete i ngā kaupapa here ka whakatakotohia mai i te timatanga o te pūnaha whakaako i Aotearoa nei, tae noa ki ngā kaupapa here ā te whare ako hāpai o te kaiako ihupuku. E ai ki te kōwae ako nei mā te rangahau ā te kaiako ihupuku ka kite ia i ngā whakaawetanga o ngā kaupapa here ki ngā āhuatanga me ngā tikanga whakaako i roto i te akoranga. Mā runga anō i ōna e kite ai ka tuhi kaupapa here me te whakawhāriki i ōna ake whakapono ki te ako.



Course Code: AKO802
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Rārangahia te Ngaiotanga
Description:

Hei tēnei kōwae ako ka whakatipu ake ngā pūkenga arotake, pūkenga arotūruki o ngā raraunga me ngā taunaki e kohia ana mo te ngaiotanga o te kaiako. Ka whakaputa ngā pūkenga whakariterite ako i runga anō i ngā hua o ngā arotakenga me ngā arotūrukinga o ngā ākonga. Ka āwhina te kaiako ihupuku me te kaiako ihumanea ki te āta arohaehae i āna whakapono, āna uara, me āna waiaro ki ngā mahi whakaako. Mā te tirohanga nei ka āhei ki te kite i ngā awenga ki ngā tamariki, whānau, hapū, iwi, hapori hoki. Ko te tūmanako ia, mā reira te kaiako ihupuku, te kaiako ihumanea hoki e whai kaha ana ki te hanga āhuatanga ako, tikanga ako hoki ki tā te ākonga e tino whai hua ana. 



Course Code: AKO803
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Rangahaua te Mahi Whakaako
Description:

Mā te kōwae ako nei ka whakawhanake ake te māramatanga o te kaiako ihupuku ki te kite i ngā hononga o te mahi rangahau ki ngā mahi ako. Ka rangahau te whakaako mā te ara pakirehua maioha. Ka whakamahia he pūnaha kōtuitui rangahau, me ngā mātātika o te kohi raraunga. Ka whakamahia ngā putanga o te rangahau ki te whakahoahoa mahi ako. Katahi ka rangahautia ā rātou ake mahi whakaako ma te anga rangahau o te rangahau e tirotiro whakaroto ana ki a ia anō me te pūnaha pakirehua. Mā ēnei rangahau e kitea ana ngā tino awenga o te mahi whakaako ki ngā akoranga o ngā ākonga.



Course Code: AKO804
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Rukuhia ngā Tikanga Whakaako
Description:

Ka aro te kōwae ako nei ki ngā tikanga whakaako i ngā kaupapa whāiti me ngā whakatakotoranga whakaako hei whakamahere i ngā kaupapa ako. Ka āta aro ki ngā marautanga o ngā whare ako. Ka whakamahia ngā ariā kua tirohia i ngā kōwae ako 80? Me 80? Kia whakatau ai i ngā ariā, ngā tukanga me ngā pūnaha whakaako, arotake, arohaehae hoki. Ka whakamahia i ngā pūnaha me ngā tukanga aromatawai e tāea ai te kite i te whanaketanga o te mātauranga whānui o ia ākonga. Ka tirohia te hanga o ngā marau pērā i te Pāngarau, te Pūtāiao, te Hangarau, kātahi ka wetewete i ta rātou whai wāhi i roto i te marau ake o ia Whare ako me ngā mātauranga e hiahiatia ana e ngā hapori o ia Whare ako.