Incorporating Te Tiriti into MIT’s Quality Management System

DIGITAL LIBRARY

Description

"Many education institutions have recognised their obligations under Te Tirti o Waitangi but have found it very difficult working out how to put this commitment into practice. Te Komiti Tangata Whenua was establised at Manukau Institute of Technology in 1998 to advise the academic board on Maori issues and to provide guidelines for incorporation of an appropriate perspective into the programmes."

Table of contents

Abstract; Introduction; Applying Te Tiriti to programmes; Theoretical Framework for applying Te Tiriti QMS; Issues arising; References; Appendix 1: Te Komiti Tangata Whenua; Appendix 2: Quality Managment System – element 1, The development and ealuation of teaching programmes; Element 2, Financial, physical and administrative resources; Element 3, Staff selection, appraisal and development; Element 4, Student entry; Element 5, Student guidance and support; Element 6, Off-site practical/workbased components; Element 7, Assessment; Element 8, Reporting student achievement; Element 9, Research; Applying Te Tiriti (Based on 6 Feb 1840 Maori text) – Key points in actual working; Appendix 2: Quality Management Sysetem – Element 1, The development and evaluation of teaching programmes; Element 2, Financial, physical and administrative resources; Element 3, Staff selection, appraisal and development; Element 4, Student entry; Element 5, Student guidance and support; Element 6, Off-site practical/workbased components; Element 7, Assessment; Element 8, Reporting student achievement; Element 9, Research.

Primary author: Daley, Glenys; Kupa, Horiana; Corscadden, Kathy; Herzog, Christine

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: Manukau Institute of Technology

Publication format: Speech

Publication date: 2000

Publication place: Ota

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: AMIT-1 – Archive – MIT Miscellaneous Courses

Misc. notes: NZEAS Conference 2000: Waitangi

Content type: Explanation of Treaty, Implementation, Recommendations, Treaty generally

Sector: Education – tertiary, Education – Treaty

Culture related topics: Bi-cultural

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Culture