Childhood Studies in Aotearoa - New Zealand

We all know that childhood is regarded to be a biological stage of human development during which a child obtains some knowledge, which may be significant in later life. Socially, the notion of a child was always marked by social protection and lack of social responsibility due to family roots with parents. Historically, childhood is considered to be a chronological age period that stands be... read more

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Ttaiako: Cultural Competencies for Teachers of Mori Learners

The complexity of New Zealand early childhood education (ECE) system is defined by strategic focus on parents’ and communities’ empowerment, and by multicultural social diversity, among other factors. In this environment of complexity, maintaining the quality ECE for the bicultural society as a whole is a challenging task.

The principal point to be argued for is the suitability ... read more

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