Presentation on theme: "He Kohinga Whakaaro A Kaupapa Māori SMART tool to support Māori medium facilitators Innovative research design www.tetoitupu.org."— Presentation transcript:
He Kohinga Whakaaro A Kaupapa Māori SMART tool to support Māori medium facilitators Innovative research design www.tetoitupu.org
Overview Introduction SMART tools He Kohinga Whakaaro Development Big ideas How is the tool useful? What’s next?
www.tetoitupu.org Te Toi Tupu Te Toi Tupu is an education focused PLD consortium made up of five partners: Cognition, CORE Education, The University of Waikato, Waikato-Tainui and NZCER. NZCER & Te Wāhanga - evaluation
www.tetoitupu.org SMART Tools NZCER describes smart tools as “thinking and learning tools that support transfer of knowledge.” Smart Tools generate feedback that allows their users to: inquire into their own and others’ practice; lead change, analyse and respond to data sets, think smarter and therefore act more effectively; and evaluate, monitor and assess.
www.tetoitupu.org Facilitator SMART tool & He Kohinga Whakaaro FaST: Facilitator SMART tool General Facilitation Skills SMART tool Assists facilitators in any school setting to reflect on their: Facilitation knowledge Facilitation practice Beliefs about facilitation Facilitation related PLD needs He Kohinga Whakaaro Kaupapa Māori SMART tool Assists facilitators in Māori medium settings to reflect in depth on their facilitation knowledge, skills, beliefs and PLD needs related to: Te reo Māori, culture and identity relationships & communication content knowledge pedagogical content knowledge
www.tetoitupu.org He Kohinga Whakaaro A tool for Māori medium To gather information to support facilitators in their roles in Māori and dual medium settings - to improve their practice through reflecting on their strengths and professional development needs. To assist Te Toi Tupu project leaders and the Operational Management Group to plan how they can support facilitators to develop professional knowledge and skills. Co-constructed by Te Wāhanga and Te Toi Ora.
www.tetoitupu.org Te Tongi a Tāwhiao Te Toi Tupu i ahu mai i Hawaiki (foundation) Ora te Toi (sustaining) Tupu te Toi (growth, act, adapt) Whanake te toi (development / decide)
www.tetoitupu.org Development process Tongi & co- construction Online survey Pilot He Kohinga Whakaaro Review
www.tetoitupu.org He pēhea te kaha hiahiatia o ētahi PLD māu hei whakapakari ake i tō reo Māori? How great are your reo Māori professional learning and development needs? LowModerateHigh Everyday use of reo Maori (e.g. conversational) Specialist use of reo Māori (e.g. pāngarau, leadership, aromatawai) Use of reo Māori to facilitate professional learning and development (monolingual) Use of reo Māori and English to facilitate professional learning and development (bilingual) ItiWaengaNui Te reo Māori i roto i ngā kōrerorero noa o ia rā Te reo Māori i roto i ētahi kaupapa whāiti (hei tauira, i te pāngarau, i roto i ngā kawenga kaihautū, i roto i ngā mahi aromatawai) Te reo Māori hei kawe i ngā mahi whakapakari pouako (ki te reo Māori anake) Te reo Māori hei kawe reorua i ngā mahi whakapakari pouako (arā, ki te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā)
www.tetoitupu.org He pēhea ki a koe te kaha whaitake o te whakamahi i te reo Māori i ēnei wāhi e whai ake nei? How important do you think the use of reo Māori is with the following people? Not important ImportantVery important Other facilitators Project leaders Teachers Whānau Students ItiWaengaNui Ētahi atu takawaenga Ngā kaiwhakahaere kaupapa Ngā kaiako Ngā whānau Ākonga
www.tetoitupu.org Ngā Whakaaro Nui – The Big Ideas Whanaungatanga Shared understanding Involvement and ownership Communication
www.tetoitupu.org He aha ngā hua? How is this useful? Individuals: personal data Self reflection on facilitation strengths and PLD needs Personal PLD plan Project leaders: aggregated team data Use data from He Kohinga Whakaaro and FaST to inform the team PLD plan Identify common PLD needs and individual PLD needs Incorporate new ways of strengthening Māori medium facilitation practice Te Toi Tupu Consortium: thematic analysis of all data Overall picture of Māori medium facilitator strengths and PLD needs Map shifts in facilitator attitudes, practices and support needs over time Create Māori medium facilitator profiles for recruitment/promotion purposes
www.tetoitupu.org What’s next? Review Rollout in Feb / Nov 2013 Compare with 2012 data to identify shifts in attitudes and PLD priorities
Contact: Nicola Bright Alex Barnes Trina Taupo Jessica Hutchings