Tau-utu-utu: the development of a LIVING VISION for the Unitec School of Architecture

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Ratana, Maia
Bloomfield, Sibyl
Mataia, V.
Cocker, O.
Hoskins, Raoul
Wilson, Carin
Lelaulu, T.
Jadresin-Milic, Renata
Garbarczyk, Magdalena
Francis, Kerry
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2021-12
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Auckland (N.Z.)
Aotearoa
Unitec Institute of Technology. School of Architecture and Construction
schools of architecture
Pasifika students
Māori students
architecture education
architecture students
Mātauranga
Pasifika
student success
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Ratana, M., Bloomfield, S., Mataia, V.; Cocker, O.; Hoskins, R., Wilson, C., Lelaulu, T., Jadresin-Milic, R., Garbarczyk, M., Francis, K. (2021, December). Tau-utu-utu: the development of a LIVING VISION for the Unitec School of Architecture. Paper presented at MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021 - Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes
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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 develop frameworks, pedagogies, and processes to embed maatauranga Māori and kaupapa Pasifika content into the School of Architecture
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