Power, change and Early Childhood: Te Tiriti O Waitangi in Early Childhood Education: a challenge to other Pakeha/Tauiwi
Stuart critiques the change in early childhood towards addressing the issues of power in curriculum and community issues, particularly over Maori in early childhood education.
Table of contents
Issues of presentation: languag and its uses – the hidden messages?; Vignettes: a) Language, b) Staffing, c) Te Tino Rangatiratanga, d) Plotting changed practices ; Biculturalism: cultural safety or Te Tiriti: tools for differentation; Power: empowerment; or ‘Power with’ as against ‘power on; Te Tiriti as model for both consultation and affimative action; Appendix one: Desirable objectives and practices docment guiding principles; Appendix two: Nga Putaake o te koorero; Bibliography; Serials.
Primary author: Stuart, M.J.
Author biography: Pākehā
Publisher: M.J Stuart
Publication format: Speech
Publication place: Unknown
Publication availability: Yes
Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre
Catalog reference: Filing Cabinet 2 – Education-Maori
Sector: Community, Education – early childhood
Culture related topics: Bi-cultural
General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness, Tino rangatiratanga