Building an Indigenous Science curriculum in tertiary education
Pātai Te Ao Māori
Project supervisor: Associate Professor Anne-Marie Jackson
Institution: Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou
Raumati intern: Emma Jones (Ngāti Porou)
Project Summary: The raumati intern will work on an annotated bibliography or a literature review exploring kaupapa Māori, Māori, and Indigenous curriculum examples in Aotearoa and across the world broadly on Indigenous Science(s).
The intern will be working with Associate Professor Anne-Marie Jackson and will join the research excellence rōpū of Te Koronga with other kaupapa Māori researchers and students. The Centre of Indigenous Science is a new kaupapa at the University of Otago. Within its early phases, the Centre has an opportunity to create new curriculum at the undergraduate and the postgraduate level.
Through the internship, the intern will experience being part of a kaupapa Māori research excellence rōpū, and develop skills related to kaupapa Māori research praxis; annotated bibliography/literature review and kaupapa setting.