Engaging and working with Maori? Effective practice for psychologists in education
Glynn, T. (2008). Engaging and working with Maori? Effective practice for psychologists in education. The Bulletin, 110, 22-29.
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I believe this whakatauki captures the reflective processes I am now engaged in, as I assess where I have come from and where I am going, as a second-generation pakeha of Irish descent, who completed postgraduate degrees in Psychology and Education in New Zealand and Canada, and who has been engaging and working with Māori in the field of education for many years.
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