The status of Te Ātiawa histories of place in Port Nicholson Block (Wellington, Hutt Valley) secondary schools: Some research findings (2009)
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This article outlines the research methodology and some key findings from my doctoral research project (Manning, 2008), which examined the status of Te Atiawa histories of place in Port Nicholson Block secondary schools' history classes. It describes the research participants' experiences of cultural continuity and discontinuity experienced in familial and secondary school settings when learning about the past. It also describes the participants' history topic preferences, and their perceptions of the benefits and barriers in relation to a potential place-based education partnership between local Te Atiawa people and the participating schools. Two metaphors are developed to help conclude this article. I conclude that New Zealand history teachers often deliver an enacted curriculum, contradicting the objectives of the official New Zealand curriculum and the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi
CitationManning R (2009). The status of Te Ātiawa histories of place in Port Nicholson Block (Wellington, Hutt Valley) secondary schools: Some research findings. Curriculum Matters. 5. 5-24.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3901 - Curriculum and pedagogy::390102 - Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
39 - Education::3901 - Curriculum and pedagogy::390107 - Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management)
39 - Education::3903 - Education systems::390306 - Secondary education
43 - History, heritage and archaeology::4303 - Historical studies::430320 - New Zealand history
43 - History, heritage and archaeology::4303 - Historical studies::430313 - History of empires, imperialism and colonialism
39 - Education::3902 - Education policy, sociology and philosophy::390299 - Education policy, sociology and philosophy not elsewhere classified
Ngā Upoko Tukutuku / Māori Subject HeadingsMātauranga | Education::Waihanga | Teaching methods::Kura tuarua | Kura kāreti; Education, Secondary school (Mainstream); Schools, Secondary (Mainstream); Secondary school education (Mainstream); Secondary schools (Mainstream)
Mātauranga | Education::Mōhiotanga | Knowledge::Ako | Learning::Ariā whakaako | Āhuatanga ako; Pedagogy
Whakapapa | Family history; Genealogy; History, Family; Kinship; Relationships; Wakapapa
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