Growing cultural respectfulness within culturally diverse classrooms at tertiary level

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Connor, Helene
Napan, Ksenija
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2015-10
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tertiary education
bicultural
diversity
Treaty of Waitangi (1840)
Aotearoa
New Zealand
Tiriti-based practice
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Connor, H., & Napan, K. (2015, October). Growing cultural respectfulness within culturally diverse classrooms at tertiary level. Paper presented at Society of Intercultural Educators, Trainers and Researchers (SIETAR) Australasia Inaugural Conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
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• Biculturalism is based on a founding document between Tangata Whenua (Māori tribes of Aotearoa) and the British Crown • Te Tiriti O Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) was signed on 6th of February 1840 • In contemporary society, the treaty as a living document has evolved to relate to Tangata Whenua (Maori) and Tau Iwi (everyone else)
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