• Churches in the clouds: Running a Pacific Island church online 

      Prescott, James; Goundar, Nadesa (2021-12)
      When the church started using the website and the zoom platform as their new church in the clouds (fale lotu he ope) the comment was made by the leading minister that this new church in the clouds is symbolic of the reality ...
    • Covid-proof: The Social Practice Fono – going from strength to strength despite lockdown 

      Hallie, Jason; Bentley-Gray, Daisy; Filemoni, S.; Kautoke, L.; Komene, A.; Luatua-Alatasi, T. (2021-12)
      Pacific success is a target that all 10 Schools at Unitec strive to achieve; however, it is not always an easy target to attain. The approaches applied by the different Schools to respond to Pacific success targets vary. ...
    • Culturally responsive pedagogy in early childhood education 

      Rana, Lata; Culbreath, Yvonne (2021-12)
      Planting the seeds Malu model: The wisdom from my Samoan grandmother, Luisa Stehlin - an introduction by Yvonne Topic: Culturally responsive pedagogy in early childhood education The project Research questions that ...
    • Finding me in the academy : a Cook Island, Samoan world view 

      Culbreath, Yvonne (2020-10-09)
      I have learnt …about me I have learnt, someone believed in me I have learnt, you bring yourself into the teaching I have learnt identity, ancestry has relevance, presence I have learnt, I walk, carry, dance with ...
    • Gender mainstreaming in Tuvalu 

      Fihaki, Lupeti; Fihaki, E.C. (2020-10-09)
      What is gender? Gender mainstreaming since 1990’s Gender mainstreaming in Tuvalu Gender mainstreaming processes Key constraints to gender mainstreaming in the Pacific Strengths of a Tuvalu girl/woman Proposing a ...
    • History of Pacific at Unitec Project : 1993-2020 

      Bentley-Gray, Daisy; Saleem, Sana (2020-10-09)
      Project Team: Dr Falaniko Tominiko, Venusi Taumoepeau, Ioane Aleke-Faavae, Sana Saleem & Daisy Bentley-Gray Overview: The ‘History of Pacific at Unitec’ project aims to identify and discuss the development of Pacific ...
    • I create, therefore I am 

      Matelau, Tui (2020-10-09)
      • Participants: 6 female artists of Māori and/or Pacific descent • Video ethnography: Audio-visual technology used to record participants engaging in their creative practice • Multimodal (Inter)action Analysis (MIA): ...
    • Improving charcoal manufacture from coconuts in Samoa: an exemplary project-based learning adventure 

      Mellalieu, Peter (2014)
      Improving charcoal manufacture from coconuts in Samoa: an exemplary project-based learning adventure. Coconuts abound in the beautiful Pacific country of Samoa. Charcoal, manufactured from coconut shells, is a biofuel ...
    • Introducing Education for Enterprise within island and immigrant Pacific communities: Capacity building lessons from the New Zealand experience 

      Kearns, Nick; Saifoloi, Malama; Mellalieu, Peter (2014)
      How can the ‘Education for Enterprise’ (E4E) movement be adapted and focussed to raise enterprise thinking, enterprise culture, and achievement in less privileged Pacific communities? Needs & opportunities Discoveries/Lessons ...
    • Kakala : a cultural research framework engaging at-risk youth 

      Lino, Aulola (2020-10-09)
      Background Information My companions in research Methodology Kakala Research Framework Kakala in action How did Kakala enhance the research process? Conclusion
    • The rugby ball and me: the whakapapa of female rugby in Aotearoa. An oral history project 2021 

      Bakersmith, C.B. (2021-12)
      Why this project? • Personal connection • Timely reflection for RWC 2022 • Share untold stories/tales of wāhine in sport; in diverse role • Parallel experiences & feeling with all participants • Strong motivator is ...
    • The scope of talanoa research methodology: The place of research methods that are not rooted in Pasifika traditions 

      Gremillion, Helen; Tominiko, Falaniko; Hallie, Jason (Unitec ePress, 2021-12-03)
      This paper explores the scope of Talanoa research methodology, a pan-Pacific approach to research. We ask about the implications of Talanoa research projects incorporating methods of data collection that have not been ...
    • Tau-utu-utu: the development of a LIVING VISION for the Unitec School of Architecture 

      Ratana, Maia; Bloomfield, Sibyl; Mataia, V.; Cocker, O.; Hoskins, Raoul; Wilson, Carin; Lelaulu, T.; Jadresin-Milic, Renata; Garbarczyk, Magdalena; Francis, Kerry (2021-12)
      Ngā Le Vai To uplift academic success for moana students - achieving equitable success for moana students by 2022 To build capability, capacity, and will for School of Architecture staff to teach cultural content To ...
    • Teaching and supervising talanoa research methodology 

      Gremillion, Helen; Tominiko, Falaniko; Hallie, Jason (2020-10-09)
      This presentation explores the scope of Talanoa research methodology as taught in the Master of Applied Practice (MAP) –Social Practice at Unitec. Context Talanoa methodology Values of talanoa (Pan-Pacific) Principles ...
    • Veveteaga he moki 

      Aleke Fa'avae, Ioane (2020-10-09)
      Vagahau Niue, like many Pacific indigenous languages, have concepts that enable deep thought and meaning making. Within academic scholarship however, no written descriptions of such concepts are evident. This paper centres ...

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