Presentation on theme: "2009 Nga Kete Wananga marae, MIT. Itenary Thurs 16 April 8.55amPohiri 9.30amPresentation 1:Taina Pohatu Group workshop Q1? 10.15amMorning tea 10.30amPresentation."— Presentation transcript:
2009 Nga Kete Wananga marae, MIT
Itenary Thurs 16 April 8.55amPohiri 9.30amPresentation 1:Taina Pohatu Group workshop Q1? 10.15amMorning tea 10.30amPresentation 2:Frank Solomon Group workshop Q2? 11.15amBreak 11.30amMIT strategies & tensions Group workshop Q3? 12.30pmLunch 1.15pmMIT tauira Group workshop Q4? 2pmSummary 2.30pm Cup of tea and whakawatea
Taina Whakatere Pohatu NgatiPorou, Te Aitanga a Mahaki Academic director, Te Wananga o Aotearoa Northern Region, Manukau campus Published material: 1.Title: Music - a mode of communication Researcher Author: Taina POHATU, Josephine PUKEITI, Hariata POHATU Source: He Tuhinga Aronui: the Journal of Maori Writings, Vol. 2, No. 1Music - a mode of communication
Group Workshop Q1: Is Maori visible in your Institution mission statement and how do you apply it?
Frank Solomon M.A. Hons, Dip Ed, Dip Tchg Managing Director of The Solomon Group. Based in Manurewa, Auckland. The Solomon Group was awarded the Best Small Business at the 2005 Māori Business Awards. Another former secondary schools principal, now volunteering his time and expertise to youth mentoring so that opportunities for young people can be improved. Frank is Managing Director of the Solomon Group, an Educational and Training Academy with premises at Manurewa and Panmure and Chair of Te Manuka - 28 Maori PTEs in Tamaki-makaurau/ Auckland. The Solomon group are the lead provider of Youth Transition Services in Manukau, with subcontracted organisations in Manurewa and Mangere.
Group Workshop Q2: What PTE strategies do we need to adopt, to secure Maori in tertiary study?
Group Workshop Q3: What strategies do you have operating in your Institution and how do you know they are affective?
Group Workshop Q4: How can you help Maori whanau stay in your Institution and succeed?