In this recorded professional learning session Tame Malcolm (Kaimahi Matua at Te Tira Whakamātaki) and Greta Dromgool from the Science Learning Hub explore kaitiakitanga.
Many of us are familiar with this concept and may even use it in our teaching. This session provides an opportunity to delve more deeply into the meaning and history of the concept of kaitiakitanga.
Ka mau e wehi! Thank you very much Tame and Greta. Kia oraParticipant
During the webinar Tame will share some of his understandings – including pūrākau connected to caring for the whenua.
This session will be valuable for primary and secondary school teachers as well as other educators who want to include mātauranga in their practice.
Ngā mihi Tame and Greta. Always engaging and lots of ideas.Participant
You can download the video and slideshow presentation.
We encourage you to join our discussion about kaitiakitanga. Register in our online forum on Slack. In the #mātauranga-māori channel we share and discuss ideas and share resources. If you need any help accessing our Slack forum or you have not received an invitation, either see our help info or please email us.
|Topic||Slideshow number(s)||Video timecode|
|Introducing the Science Learning Hub||2||00:09|
|Tame and Te Tira Whakamātaki||5–6||01:02|
|SLH links, keep in touch and thanks||18||43:12|
For an introduction to mātauranga Māori and science, read this article and, to discover many more resources, explore our mātauranga Māori topic. We also have an overview of Resources with Māori content.
The article Understanding kaitiakitanga includes some key aspects and examples of kaitiakitanga.
The article Tāwhaki – ecosystems restoration and aerospace opportunities highlights a joint venture to develop the aerospace industry and protect and rejuvenate the surrounding whenua.
Project Mātauranga is a television series that investigates Māori world views and methodologies within the scientific community.
Watch our related webinars:
- Tame Malcolm – indigenous pest management
- Opportunities for using te reo Māori with Professor Rangi Mātāmua
- Matauranga Māori with Associate Professor Hēmi Whaanga
- Mātauranga and the Living World with Yvonne Taura
- Te Repo – wetlands as a context for learning
- Whakanui pūtaiao – two primary teachers share their ideas
- Te Kāhui o Matariki and the environment
We would like to thank Tame Malcolm and his whānau.