E ai ki tēnei kōrero mō Lance O’Sullivan (‘Te Tākuta Pai’ e ai ki te pukapuka mōna) he mahi ‘disruptive’ tā Lance mahi hei tautoko i ngā tāngata pōhara i te Tai Tokerau. Ko ‘haututū’ te kupu i kōwhiritia e te kaituhi kia whakamāori ai i te kupu ‘disruptive.’ Heoi anō, he pai te pūrongo mō te pūmanawa tautono (app) i hangaia e Lance mā kia ngāwari ai te tātari i ngā māuiuitanga o ngā ākonga i ngā kura pōhara, kia mōhio ai he aha te raru, kia ngāwari ai te whakatika. E ai ki a Lance, kua hōhā ia i te tatari kia pai ai te hauora o ngā tāngata i te hapori i te Tai Tokerau.
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I'm Pākehā, but have a reasonably good working knowledge of te reo Māori ('āhua mōhio' means 'reasonably knowledgeable'), and I'm keen to share it with others. I graduated with a PhD in Māori Studies from Otago University in 2018, taught at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa for 18 months in Dunedin from 2019 to mid-2020, and have been teaching privately since.
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