Te Tai offers a collection of cross-curricular education resources for both students and teachers in Māori and English mediums. The resources align with The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga of Aotearoa.
Ngati Porou Treaty Settlement
This education resource tells the Ngati Porou Treaty settlement story from a Ngati Porou perspective.
Ngati Porou: He aha kei roto?
Ngati Porou: Mo te Atua, te Kingi me te Whenua
This second webisode looks at the commitment of Ngati Porou to God, King and Country and the high price the iwi paid as a result of this commitment.
Ngati Porou: He kawenata tapu
St Mary’s Church in Tikitiki, 1963.
Alexander Turnbull Library. Reference: AWM-0442-F
In this webisode we look at Ngati Porou’s experience of Christianity before the signing of the Treaty. We look at how this shaped their understanding of the Treaty as a sacred covenant forged between the Iwi and Queen Victoria.
Ngati Porou: Te ture Pakeha
In this webisode, we look at the confiscation of Ngati Porou lands by the Crown. We also look at how Ngati Porou has used the law to fight for the return of their rights and lands.
Ngati Porou: Mo nga ra o tou ao
This webisode looks at the future for Ngati Porou and how their Treaty settlement provides the iwi with an opportunity to grow an economic base.
12 things you won't believe were once a thing
Understanding the difference between historical and contemporary perspective on events.
How NZ artists use traditional techniques.
The land beneath our feet
Thinking about what New Zealand art works can tell us.
Who is in charge here?
Decoding secret messages in New Zealand artworks.
Who really tells the story about a place?
Investigating the links between culture and identity, and the outcomes of cultural interaction.