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The Concept of Tuakana-Teina dictated by Whakapapa

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Tuakana – Teina Relationships. By Ngaroma Williams. Within Aotearoa, New Zealand early childhood education pedagogy, the relationships of tuakana, teina are misunderstood, misinterpreted and/or misused. Ngaroma Williams explains how and calls for a Maori worldview to be expressed and better […]

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