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An introduction to Maori education

John L. Ewing

An introduction to Maori education

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by John L. Ewing

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Published by New Zealand University Press, Price Milburn in [Wellington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Education.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [155]-156.

    Statementedited by John L. Ewing [and] Jack Shallcrass.
    SeriesStudies in New Zealand education
    ContributionsShallcrass, John James, joint comp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC3501.M3 E9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p.
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4678957M
    ISBN 100705502139
    LC Control Number77570242
    OCLC/WorldCa150677

    This is a unique collection of leading examples of education grounded in alternative philosophies and cultures--from initiatives to create more democratic schools, through Quaker, Buddhist, Islamic, Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf schools, to Maori and First Nations education in Canada and Palestinian Jewish schools in Israel. Aimed at educational practitioners, leaders, and Cited by: Tamaki Maori Village - New Zealand’s highest-rated Tourism Attraction Education For the past 30 years, Tamaki Māori Village has been an iconic destination in Rotorua– the most award-winning cultural attraction in New Zealand and was voted the 7th best experience in the world by TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice award in This is a unique collection of leading examples of education grounded in alternative philosophies and cultures – from initiatives to create more democratic schools, through Quaker, Buddhist, Islamic, Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf schools, to Maori and First Nations education in Canada and Palestinian Jewish schools in Israel. The islands of New Zealand are the presentday homeland of the Maori. New Zealand consists of two islands: the North Island and the South Island. The North Island is hilly with areas of flat, rolling terrain. The South Island is larger and more mountainous. Prior to the arrival of humans, both islands were densely forested.


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