Māori pedagogical frameworks & relationship with technology toolsThis post is an excerpt from a project I have been working on lately, if you'd like to have a browse through the full resource have a look at this site. The overall findings confirm that the approach to inclusive and culturally responsive pedagogy starts with relationships, and getting to know the learners - this is applicable in all teaching and learning situations and not uniquely with Māori ākonga - eLearning can be used in a way to collaborate with community and connect learners to their past, present and future places in society.
While there is no specific pedagogical model to support eLearning and no pedagogical model specifically for Māori it is possible to interweave many of the unique components of both to support successful outcomes (figure 1.1). A large amount of research has been completed to identify the unique components of kaupapa Māori for successful learning and eLearning. This post identifies some of the main elements of kaupapa Māori for learning and eLearning.