Browsing by Author "Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato"

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  • Grounding our collective Talanoa, Enabling open conversations

    Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato; Hemi, Keakaokawai Varner; Aporosa, S. 'Apo' (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2021)
    As co-editors in this special issue of the Waikato Journal of Education (WJE), we share our talanoa thoughts and open conversations from the University of Waikato in Kirikiriroa (Hamilton), a place and space that has a ...
  • Grounding Pacific practice: Fono at the fale and Veiqaraqaravi Vakavanua

    Aporosa, S. 'Apo'; Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2021)
    Pacific practice is grounded in vanua and fonua, Fijian and Tongan terms encapsulating notions of land, culture and people. Fono at the Fale and Veiqaraqaravi Vakavanua are expressions of vanua and fonua cultural practice ...
  • Imua: reflections on imua, talanoa-vā and leadership in the ongoing strategic journey of a New Zealand university.

    Hemi, Keakaokawai Varner; Bulisala, Sianiti Nakabea; Aporosa, S. 'Apo'; Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2021)
    The appointment of the University of Waikato’s first Assistant Vice-Chancellor Pacific in February 2019 was an important milestone, not only recognising years of work and dedication by numerous Pacific and Māori staff, but ...
  • The New Zealand Curriculum in the moana

    Del Monte, Pablo; Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato (University of Waikato, 2021)
    Reading this issue’s five reflections on the Aotearoa New Zealand Curriculum (ANZC) has provoked us to think again on a returning question, that is, what is a curriculum—and its reform? We have thus come to think about the ...
  • Talanoa vā: indigenous masculinities and the intersections of indigeneity, race, and gender within higher education

    Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato; Tecun, Arcia; Siu'ulua, Sione (Routledge, 2021)
    Indigenous scholars constantly contend with deficit tendencies associated with the value and place of their cultural knowledge and practices within higher education. When gender is imbued through a racialised view of ...