Traditional Maori Games

Brown, Harko
November 2014
New Zealand Physical Educator;Nov2014, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p13
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the Traditional Maori Games (TMGs) workshops held in 2014 in New Zealand for teaching the teachers about health and physical education (HPE) to provide quality education to Maori Students. Topics discussed include use of taonga, intellectual catalysts, used as resources for education, environmental connections to Tone Mahuta, the Ngahere, Tawhirimatea, Papatuanuku and Ranginui through the making of pakaukau (gliders), and use of pedagogical strategies.


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