Te whakanui i ngā angitu o ngā pēpē o te reo Māori
Me whakanui e tātau te 40 tau o te kaupapa kōhanga reo i takahuri i te āhuatanga o te mātauranga i Aotearoa. He mea whakaaro te kaupapa nei e ō tātau kaumātua i te tīmatanga o ngā tau o te 1980, ā, i whakatinanahia e ngā whānau me ngā hapori puta noa i te motu.
Whakarongo ki a Evelyn Tobin (Heamana Kōmiti Māori), i roto ia i ngā mahi whakatū kōhanga reo me te kura kaupapa i aua tau tuatahi, me tana tama a Ruki Tobin (Kaihautū, Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa), ko ia tētahi o ngā ākonga tuatahi i puta i te kōhanga reo. Ko Hinerangi Himiona (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Toarangatira) te kaitakawaenga o ngā kōrero a te pae kōrero, e arotahi ana ki ngā pānga pai maha, takahuritanga hoki a 'ngā pēpē o te kōhanga reo' o ngā reanga ki ngā iwi o Aotearoa.
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Celebrating the successes of kōhanga reo pēpē
Let’s celebrate 40 years of the kōhanga reo movement that changed the face of education in Aotearoa New Zealand. The kaupapa was conceptualised by our kaumātua elders in the early 1980s, and brought to existence by whānau and community groups up and down the country.
Listen to Evelyn Tobin (Kōmiti Māori Chair) who participated in setting up kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa in those early years, and her son Ruki Tobin (Kaihautū, National Library) who is one of the first-generation graduates of kōhanga reo. Hinerangi Himiona (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Toarangatira) will facilitate the panel discussion, focusing on the many positive and transformative impacts that generations of ‘kōhanga reo pēpē’ have had on Aotearoa New Zealand’s societies.
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