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Leading Māori educators at Symposium

Leading Māori educators at Symposium of Māori learning and innovation

27 November 2017

A groundbreaking symposium today brings to the Wellington stage the unique, innovative, creative and exciting things happening in indigenous education in Aotearoa.

Today and tomorrow, Māori academics and researchers will present findings and share insight and knowledge with Māori educators and the educators of tamariki Māori.

NZEI Te Riu Roa organised the event at Te Papa, with an impressive array of speakers, including:

• Trevor Moeke
• Dr Ocean Mercier
• Dr Huhana Smith
• Moko Morris
• Tracey Godfery
• Aroaro Hond-Tamati
• Sir Tamati and Lady Tilly Reedy
• Dr Wayne Ngata
• Prof Angus Macfarlane
• Dr Tony Trinick
• Ngahuia Murphy
• Wallace Haumaha
• Hēmi Dale
• Brenda Soutar
• Marcia Cassidy
• Hinewirangi Kohu
• Libby Hakaraia and Tainui Stephens
• Jamus Webster
• Tiri Bailey and Erena Collier
• Te Whata tau o Putauaki

Full speaker bios are available on the website.


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