Meet our staff members who bring their diverse knowledge and expertise in Māori education to the faculty.
Find out about the areas of Māori education teaching and research that our staff are involved in.
Get acquainted with some current students with Māori backgrounds studying a range of programmes.
Study education at our School of Māori Education and learn to teach in te reo Māori.
We’re here to help! Learn about the services we have available to help you succeed in your studies.
Learn about our specialist te reo Māori teaching qualifications, and Māori education courses.
Our postgraduate courses, teaching and supervision team, plus current students' stories.
Working in partnership with the Ministry of Education we provide professional learning support to kura and schools.
He mihi ki te wharenui Tūtahi Tonu
He mihi ki te papa e hora atu nei,
E nga mana, e nga reo tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou
Tēnā koutou katoa e tiro mai ki tēnei whakaaturanga o te Kura Akoranga o Tāmaki makaurau
He pānui tēnei ki ngā tauira, ki nga pouako, ki nga kairangahau, ki nga whānau kia mōhio mai ki nga tū āhua e whai ake nei
Welcome to Te Ao Māori at the Faculty of Education
Quality education is at the heart of a healthy society. It’s also a rewarding and satisfying career, so if you’re thinking of studying teaching, social work, or human services you’ve come to the right place.
Located at campuses in Tāmaki Makaurau, Tai Tokerau and Manukau our staff are active in leading-edge teaching and research in the field of Māori Education. But most of all they want to see you succeed and take your place among the Māori educators who are making a difference for our tamariki and rangitahi.
If you’re interested in postgraduate study, our staff list will help you locate potential supervisors in your area of interest. Our academic staff have expertise in the broad areas of Māori-Medium and English curriculum, educational psychology, the sociology of education, student achievement and assessment, and in creating and maintaining school and community partnerships.
Meet some of the Māori students who are studying at the faculty, find out about the support services we offer, and learn about the financial assistance available to Māori students in the directory of scholarships and grants.
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Welcome from Associate Dean Māori Tony Trinick