Te Reo Kaapuia 2017

Ngaaruawaahia Waikato

Apr 21, 2017

Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Reo Kaapuia Paenga-whaawhaa 2017

Ko te reo raahiri o Waikato-Tainui teenei ki ngaa kaiako kia karapinepine mai ki Te Reo Kaapuia, ka tuu ki te Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development, ki Hopuhopu hei te Raamere 21 Paengawhaawhaa, ata o te 9 ki te 4 i te ahiahi, 2017.

Ko Te Reo Kaapuia he waananga reo maa ngaa kaiako o roto o te rohe o Waikato-Tainui e hiahia ana ki te whakawhanake i oo raatou puukenga whakaako i te reo Maaori. Ka whakahaerehia teenei waananga reo e ngaa maatanga reo, ka mutu, ko te Wetewete Reo, ko te Mahi Aroaa, ko ngaa koorero moo Tainui.

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Ngaa paatai katoa, whakapaa atu ki a Maehe Paki, maehe.paki@tainui.co.nz, 0277011283, 0800TAINUI

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Ngaringi Katipa

Pouaarahi Maaori , Ngaati Apakura, Ngaati Maihi

Bio: Ngaringi has been involved in Maaori medium and immersion education in the Waikato for over 22 years. She was Deputy Principal at Tooku Maapihi Maurea Kura Kaupapa Maaori 1993 – 2000; Deputy Principal of Ngaa Taiaatea Wharekura 2004; and Principal of Te Kura Kaupapa Maaori O Te Ara Rima 2005 – 2010. She is now the Cultural Advisor Maaori for NZQA and currently resides in Wellington. Ngaringi is also a kaiako at regional and iwi kura reo throughout the motu and was a graduate of Te Panekiretanga o Te Reo Maaori, 2006 intake. “Ki te aata whakarite ara ngaa maatua ka kite ai ngaa tamariki he aha kei tua ki te awe maapara” (Te Atairangikaahu 1990)

Paania Papa

Maaori Language Consultant, Television Producer, Ngaati Korokii-Kahukura

Bio: After 10 years as a lecturer of te reo Maaori at the University of Waikato, Paania entered the private sector as a Director of Takatuu Associates Ltd, to explore her creative potential. Paania is fluent in Māori and English, with a passion for language learning and teaching. The University of Waikato acknowledged her teaching expertise in 2001, when Paania received the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. In 2004, Paania was involved in the establishment of the first Institute of Excellence in the Maaori Language – Te Panekiretanga o te Reo, and was included in the inaugural intake of students selected by Dr Tiimoti Kaaretu, Dr Wharehuia Milroy and Professor Pou Temara. Paania has more recently taken on a role as Kaiako at regional Kura Reo and Assistant Director of the Institute of Excellence in the Maaori Language, transferring her skills and experience in teaching and te reo Maaori to a guild of enthusiastic ‘regenerators’ of te reo Maaori from around the country.

Rahui Papa

Te Arataura Chair, Ngaati Korokii-Kahukura

Bio: Rahui has represented his marae in the tribal parliament since its inception in 1999 and currently co-chairs the Ngaati Korokii-Kahukura Tribal Trust. He has a background in broadcasting and education and currently chairs several community organisations from Koohanga Reo to Tribal and Community Trusts and sits on Iwi-Government governance groups. Rahui has been a director and member on various tribal, local and national organisations, mainly focusing on the well-being and development of Waikato-Tainui and Maaori in general. He is an orator and a recognised authority on Waikato reo and tikanga. He is pou tikanga for tertiary and corporate groups within the Waikato.

Tom Roa

Senior Lecturer, Ngaati Apakura

Bio: Tom has represented Puurekireki Marae in Te Kauhanganui since its inception. He is a past and current member of Te Arataura, having served on the executive from 2000–2005, before returning in 2011. Tom is also a former chairman of Te Kauhanganui and served in that role from 2006-2010. He is also a Justice of the Peace, a member of the Waitangi Tribunal and a Senior lecturer at the University of Waikato.

Hariru Roa

Kaiwhakamaaori, Ngaati Apakura

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