Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu: Gaining insights into the experiences of postgraduate tauira Māori within vocational education

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Tamati, Diane
Mitchell, Cat
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2021-12
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Aotearoa
New Zealand
Māori students
post-graduate education
post-graduate pedogogy
vocational education
kaupapa Māori
thesis writing
student success
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Tamati, D. A. & Mitchell, C. F. (2021, December). Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu: Gaining insights into the experiences of postgraduate tauira Māori within vocational education. Paper presented at the Rangahau Horonuku Hou: New Research Landscapes
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Why this study? Our research Research focus: We aim to: •Identify key challenges faced by tauira Māori undertaking postgraduate work particularly in relation to thesis writing process •Identify key factors that contributed to their success •From these insights we seek to identify approaches that can strengthen supervisory practice of postgraduate tauira Maori He whenu - the challenge of expertise An emerging theme: Students as 'experts' Next steps in the research References
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