Te Tai Hau-ā-uru

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Mahere Haumitanga 2023

Ngā Aronga Haumitanga

  • Tuku ihotanga – engages multiple generations in shared activity that is relevant and builds enthusiasm
  • Tuakiri – promotes reo use that strengthens identity of mana whenua and/or shared group identity
  • Whāinga Roa – clearly identifies long-term reo goals (>10 years) and has well-structured stages of development
  • Rumaki – establishes reo immersion domains or has plans to increase proficiency to achieve full immersion
  • Areare – enables people to access immersion spaces, to become involved and gain passion for reo use
  • Tūhono – gives support to networks of reo initiatives sharing information, support and new insights
  • Mārama pū – commits to regular language planning training and development to grow community leadership


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