Te Whāriki: Curriculum or Philosophy

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Te Whāriki: Curriculum or philosophy. Chris Jenkin. Auckland University of Technology, NZ. Full reference: Jenkin, C. (2017). Te Whāriki: Curriculum or philosophy. NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 20(1), 1–16.  Original Research Paper Abstract Te Whāriki, the New […]

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