(English translation in first comment – ngā mihi!)
Ngā mihi o te wā, o Mahuru Māori!
I tēnei mea poto noa iho, anei te hononga ki tā Stacey Morrison kōrero i te reo irirangi mō te mahi tautoko a rāua ko Scotty Morrison i ngā mātua, i ngā pakeke hoki, kia ‘tangata whenua’ ai te reo Māori i te kāinga. Me mihi ka tika ki a rāua, ki te Whare Wānanga o Massey hoki, mō te aro ki ngā tino hiahia o ngā mātua, o ngā pakeke hoki. I te reo Māori tēnei kōrero.
Anei hoki tētahi uiuinga i Te Reo Irirangi o Aotearoa, e pā ana ki te reo Māori, me tā rāua pukapuka hou. I te reo Pākehā tēnei.
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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.
I'm also interested in education generally, and have been heavily influenced by the researchED movement, and figures such as Daisy Christodoulou, Tom Bennett, Adam Boxer, Tom Sherrington, Oliver Caviglioli, Barry Smith and Doug Lemov.
I teach te reo Māori to adult learners (groups or individuals, mostly via Zoom). I teach beginners and intermediate learners. Modest fees, in keeping with my modest reo Māori expertise.
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Greetings at this special time, Māori language month!
In this short post, here is the link to Stacey Morrison’s talk on the radio about the supporting work she and Scotty Morrison are doing to help parents and adults generally to make te reo Māori and everyday thing in the home. Good on them for doing it, and it’s good to acknowledge the role that Massey University is doing, in turning their attention to the needs of parents and adults. The interview is in Māori.
Here is another interview on National Radio about te reo Māori, and about their new book.