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This module has given you the opportunity to be introduced to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and explore what you already know and how you can expand and develop your knowledge to incorporate this into your teaching practice so that you can provide safe and supportive learning environments for Māori learners and the best possible learning environments for all learners.

You do not need to submit work at the end of this module but continue to accumulate evidence for your portfolio.

Collating Evidence

Some ideas for what you could use as evidence:

  • Excerpts from your learning journal or whatever format you were using to record and keep track of your learning
  • A bibliography
  • An annoted bibliography
  • Notes of your reflections on conversations you were part of
  • Links to shared learning or discussions on Moodle
  • Certificates from courses completed.
  • Examples of culturally competent teaching practice that demonstrate the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
  • Course or teaching evaluations that identify cultural competence and actions supporting the Treaty principles.
  • Teaching materials (that demonstrate inclusive teaching approaches linked to the Treaty principles)

Continue to reflect on how the topic relates to, and is applied within your teaching.


If you have any course related questions make use of the Frequently Asked Question site on Moodle FAQs