Teacher training under kaupapa Māori

November 12, 2018

Study to become a bilingual, early childhood or full te reo Māori immersion teacher under kaupapa Māori at Te Wānanga o Raukawa. Learn more about our teaching tohu below:
 
 

Poutuarongo Whakaakoranga
Bachelor of Teaching (Māori Medium)

- Three year degree (NZQA Level 7)
- Residential seminars, self-directed and online learning
- Diploma, degree, postgraduate and masters options
- March start date
- TeachNZ Scholarship approved

Poutuarongo Whakaakoranga is the popular and dynamic three-year teacher training degree that produces competent and passionate teacher practitioners who in high demand for the Māori immersion schooling environment.

 
 
 

Poutuarongo Whakaakoranga Kōhungahunga
Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood)

- Three year degree (NZQA Level 7)
- Residential seminars, self-directed and online learning
- March start date
- Diploma and degree options
- TeachNZ Scholarship approved

Mā te mōhio, mā te mātau, mā te mārama ki te mātauranga Māori me te ao Māori e taea ai te whakarite i tētehi marautanga kōhungahunga e tupu ai te aronga Māori ki roto ki ngā tamariki. Ka whakahaerehia katoatia te tohu nei mā te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā, ā, ka whakatūria he Whare Kōhanga Akoranga e taketake ake nei i te mātauranga Māori. 

 
 
 

Poutuarongo Te Rangakura Kaiwhakaako
Bachelor of Teaching (Bilingual)

- Three year degree (NZQA Level 7)
- Residential seminars, self-directed and online learning
- Diploma and degree options
- March start date
- Offered at Ōtaki, Manukau and Gisborne campuses
- TeachNZ Scholarship approved

Love working with children?  Become a kaitiaki of our future and develop the necessary knowledge, attitudes and skills needed to access and pass on ngā taonga tuku iho to our future generations.  If you’ve ever wanted to be a teacher in a whānau class or bilingual setting this qualification is for you.

 
 

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