You can use it to create success for Pacific learners. Taha tinana physical wellbeing taha hinengaro mental wellbeing.
Common Grounds Te Whare Tapa Whā approach has suggestions to support the overall wellbeing of children and young people in aspects of their lives.
Te whare tapa wha model for education. Te Whare Tapa Wha focus on a holistic nature of health and it compares good health to the four walls of the whare which is balancing. A YouTube video explaining Professor Mason Duries model of mātauranga Māori 2001. Māori Learner Success Te Whare Tapa Whā.
Developed by Dr Mason Durie in 1982 it can be applied to any health issue whether it involves physical or psychological well-being. Whare Tapawha model for all New Zealanders. Māori health models Te Whare Tapa Whā.
Checking in on the four pillars helps us balance our hauora and support others to balance theirs too. The Māori philosophy toward health is based on a holistic health and wellness model called Te Whare Tapa Whā. The Fonofale is a holistic Pasifika model of health and wellbeing.
Te Whare Tapa Wha is one of Maori health model that being widely using in the clinic. PowToon is a free. The 4 dimensions are.
Equally inclusive is Te Whare Tapa Whā a health model suggested by Mason Durie in 1982 which uses four walls of a house with each wall forming an integral support. These four dimensions are compared to. The Fonofale Pasifika model was created by Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann 2009.
Where does it come from. Te Whare Tapa Whā. Developed by Sir Mason Durie in 1984 Te Whare Tapa Whā is a Māori model of health and wellbeing.
It is a metaphor based on four pillars of a wharenuimeeting house. Dr Mason Duries whare tapawha model compares hauora to the four walls of a whare each wall representing a different dimension. Te reo Māori resource-Treaty of Waitangi.
Pulotu-Endemann is a Samoan-born New Zealand-based academic and nursing professional. Māori health is underpinned by four dimensions representing the basic beliefs. When we look after all four aspects we look after our hauorawellbeing.
The model not only supports Maori to sovereign over their own health but assists non-Maori to understand the way Maori consider their health from their perceptions Waitoa 2014. Taha wairua the spiritual side taha hinengaro thoughts and feelings taha tinana the physical side taha whanau family. Te whare tapa whā is a model of the 4 dimensions of wellbeing developed by Sir Mason Durie in 1984 to provide a Māori perspective on health.
As with Duries Te Whare Tapa Whā it comes from the healthcare sector. The four cornerstones or sides of Māori health are whānau family health tinana physical health hinengaro mental health and wairua spiritual health. Explores the principles and how to use them in your teaching practice.
Supporting learners Educational outcomes Māori learner success Adult and community education Literacy and numeracy skills Cultural Capability Pathways Foundation and Bridging Education. A typical whare has five distinct dimensions when viewed from in front the foundation side two walls and the two pitched sides of the roof. The four walls are taha tinana physical health taha hinengaro mental health taha whānau the extended family health taha wairua spiritual health.
Physical health family relationships spirituality mental and emotional health. The model that is commonly used to describe Māori health is the Te Whare Tapa Whā or the four dimensions to Māori health and well-being. The Whare Tapa Rima Five-Sided Home Model WTR-FSH Model The Whare Tapa Rima model is a metaphor to support understandings of human well-being by representing it as an ancestral whare house or home.
The Education Ministrys first advisor on physical education and nutrition says frameworks developed to address Maori views on health are applicable to the whole population. Grant Schofield is a professor in public health at Auckland University of Technology and director of its Centre for Human Potential.