Strengthening indigeneity through whakapapa and Maori pedagogy.
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Williams, N. M.
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As societies grow more and more multicultural every day, it becomes increasingly important to challenge our practices; to make them more relevant to these changing contexts. In this article Ngaroma Williams provides an introduction to Maori pedagogy and calls on nations to support their indigenous peoples' identities - by telling their stories and educating their beliefs.The article explains the Maori concepts and beliefs of taha wairua (spiritual health), taha whanau (family health), taha hinengaro (psychological health), and taha Tinana (physical health).
Williams, Ngaroma Madeleine (2007) Strengthening indigeneity through whakapapa and Maori pedagogy. Every child 13 (2): 22- 23.