Teachers understand that every learner brings unique and diverse experiences, needs, abilities and strengths to their learning, and that teaching must be flexible and responsive. They understand the importance of identity, language and culture—knowing where learners come from and building on all that they bring with them to their learning.
Exclusion explores how in Aotearoa New Zealand, the dominant Eurocentric culture means that in some settings, the values and culture of the learning environment can exclude indigenous and minority learners.
Download Teaching Council resources
Locating Unteach Racism in your Quality Practice Template
This resource has been designed as a suggested starting point for identifying what unteaching racism might look like in your place and locating this within your Quality Practice Template.
Code-based resource bank
Teaching Council resource.
Code-based resource bank PDF (506KB)
Building the moral imperative to do better by Māori students: A Pākehā teacher’s reflection
Journal issue: Set 2020_2_043 PDF (138KB)