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Principles of Treaty of Waitangi - Working with Treaty Principles at School

UFR Code: 788
Working with Treaty Principles at School – Ngā Tikanga o Te Tiriti hei Mahi i te Kura. This important resource is the long-awaited companion book to The Treaty in Action – Ngā Mahi Tiriti.

Written in partnership by Māori educator Edith Chaney and Pākeha educator Susan Battye, this second book supports schools to look at how they can enact the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi at a governance and leadership level, and at a whole school and classroom level. It uses examples from New Zealand schools to demonstrate how this might be achieved. The ideas and activities in this resource will enable leaders, teachers and students to build in depth understanding of how the Treaty's three principles of partnership, protection, and participation can be embedded into everyday school life.

Working with Treaty Principles at School – Ngā Tikanga o Te Tiriti hei Mahi i te Kura

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UFR Code 788
Number of Pages 112
Author Susan Battye & Edith Chaney
ISBN 978-1-927172-16-2
Year Published 2015
Age Age 12–14, Age 14–16
Keyword nz history, Te Reo, The Treaty of Waitangi

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