Mātauranga: Real-Life Skills

April 27, 2022, 12:24 p.m.

Waikarere Gregory on her educational journey and how life skills are key to helping prepare our tamariki for this changing world. Waikarere shares her education journey from childhood to adulthood, sharing how very little reo Māori was taught during her school years and how Pākehā was very much the dominant language and culture during that time. It wasn't until her adulthood that she sought to learn more what her schooling lacked, leading her to take on a more holistic approach to learning.  

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