THE IMAGE OF THE CHILD IN THE CONTEXT OF TE WHĀRIKI
A course for early childhood educators and teachers
"...to grow up as competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging and in the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society."
"Ko te whakatipu i te mana o te mokopuna te tino taumata hei whāinga mā tātaou."
The image of the child we hold underpins the way in which we interact and our pedagogical approach. In both Māori and English sections of Te Whāriki the image of the child is defined. How does this translate into practice in your setting. This workshop shares a Māori perspective that draws upon traditional and contemporary Māori knowledge to assist participants to further define their image of the child within the Aotearoa New Zealand early learning context.
Te Rau Aroha Marae, Cnr Bradshaw & Henderson Streets, Bluff
Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Earlybird - $110 (closes 25 March)
Regular - $160
Cost includes morning tea.
Contact Miria Wipaki on 021 997556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration closes Wednesday, 20 April.
9:15am - Arrive
9:30am - Karakia, workshop begins
10:15am - Morning tea
10:45am - Workshop resumes
11:45am - Closing karakia
It is not compulsory for women to wear a skirt/dress nor for men to wear long trousers. Participants need to be comfortable whatever they are wearing. As part of Māori protocol, all participants are required to remove their shoes inside the building. Feel free to bring slippers.