Mātauraka - Education


* Tuatoru - Tertiary


* He Tohutohu ki te Mātauranga Māori @ Te Puna Web Directory
Tūhonotaka ki kā rōpū whakariterite me kā kōrero whakatau o Aotearoa.
* Ko te Mātauranga @ Te Puna Web Directory
Tūhonotaka ki kā rōpū whakariterite me kā kōrero whakatau o Aotearoa.
* Aromatawai
Te hapori o te Aromatawai mo Te Kete Ipurangi. Assessment community pages for the Online Learning Centre.
* Explore Māori qualifications
Field Māori is one of the classification fields for the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) that caters specifically to Māori knowledge, pedagogy and skills.
* He Ara Tika training programme
This website is for Māori students who are currently doing a distance mentor training program by long distance learning
* Kaupapa Māori
This site has been developed to make kaupapa Māori resources more widely available to support Māori researchers and academics. There are few research resources written in te reo Māori so the aim of creating the main part of the site in te reo Māori was one of the leading factors in its development.
* Kohanga Reo National Trust Board Inc.
* The Lore of the Whare-Wananga
Written down by H. T. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohuhu, priests of the Whare-wananga of the East Coast, New Zealand. Translated by S. Percy Smith, 1913
* Māori Development Research Centre (MDRC)
An internet-based, Māori-owned research centre connecting Māori Development research capacity and Māori enterprise.
* Māori Education
from the Ministry of Education
* Māori in mainstream : te tere auraki
Te Tere Auraki is a Ministry of Education professional development strategy focusing on improving outcomes for Māori students in English-medium schools.
* MAI Journal
MAI Journal is an open access journal that publishes multidisciplinary peer-reviewed articles that critically analyse and address indigenous and Pacific issues in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. MAI Journal publishes two issues per year, the first in May and the second in December. MAI Journal is only published online. We aim to publish scholarly articles that substantively engage with intellectual indigenous scholarship.
* The Māori School of Learning
By Elsdon Best. Dominion Museum, 1922
* Ng&257; Pae o te M&257;ramatanga
A Centre of Research Excellence funded by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and hosted by The University of Auckland.
* Tūhoe Mātauranga
* Taiohi
Website aimed at rangatahi providing information on entertainment, careers, and study.
* Te Au Rangahau, Māori Business Research Centre
Māori Business Research Centre based within the College of Business, Massey University. Te Au Rangahau provides a base for research within and for Maori business and organisations.
* Te Hiringa i te Mahara
a resource for Māori secondary school teachers and contains all sorts of information, including links to Maori performing arts and culture
* Te Kaupapa Mātauranga Mō Te Iwi Māori Maori Education Trust
Māori Education Trust website and online scholarship applications portal.
* Te Kete Ipurangi
The Online Learning Centre
* Te Tapuae o Rehua
Joint venture between Ngai Tahu and 5 South Island tertiary institutions established to increase Māori participation in tertiary education. Information on scholarships, grants and awards.
* Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is a national institute that delivers a range of tertiary level courses for study in Christchurch.
* Uia Ngā Pātai
Mā mātou koe e āwhina. I te wā tuturu - Te Tangata tuturu - Te āwhina tuturu me ō mahi kainga. Rāhina ki te Rāmere, 1pm - 2pm.
* Waikato University Māori Bibliography
A subject index to information on Māori topics appearing in books, conference proceedings and selected periodicals. The index includes references to Māori information that can not quickly be found because the title of the work does not indicate Māori content, or the subject headings used are not detailed enough. This is a really useful research tool for many Māori topics. Made available via Find NZ articles databases at the National Library.