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Māori History and a Sense of Place

Journal Article
Māori History and a Sense of Place
Mark Sheehan
In September 2017, the New Zealand Ministry of Education launched the Māori History website.[1] It was 3-years in the making. While generated by a government department, the website is largely the work of a number of innovative classroom teachers, historians, Māori tribal experts and community leaders who have collectively produced a series of digital resources to support for teachers in developing history programmes that incorporate authentic indigenous perspectives on New Zealand’s past. An especially timely initiative given what appears to be an emerging intolerance of Māori language and culture being an integral feature of New Zealand society.
Public History Weekly

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