Personality types and ako?: How do they matter to our learning and development lecturers’ role?

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Dai, Hua
Pelling, Nina
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2023-12-06
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Aotearoa
New Zealand
tertiary students
Māori students
Asian students
students
mindfulness in education
cultural responsiveness
student engagement
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Dai, H., & Pelling, N. (2023, December 6). Personality types and ako?: How do they matter to our learning and development lecturers’ role? [Paper presentation]. ATLAANZ 2023 (Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors Aotearoa/New Zealand), Northern Regional Conference, Unitec/Te Pukenga, https://hdl.handle.net/10652/6400
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Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator If we are NOT conscious of the differences and their effect on how we communicate in education, what could happen? What other differences may we present without our consciously knowing? In the space and process of Ako, we find different learning styles due to cultural upbringing Through ako, students achieve Mana motuhake? Know myself to know my students Another barrier that impinges on Maori students’confidence to succeed What can learning advisors do to support Maori students
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