Sir Masons Te Whare Tapa Whā model refers to a wharenui or meeting house to illustrate the four dimensions of wellbeing. Each card is aligned to one of four wellbeing components from Ta Mason Duries Te Whare Tapa Wha model of wellbeing.
Professor Duries Whare Tapa Wha is a living expression of interethnic health practice used in social work practice in Aotearoa New Zealand Rochford 2004.
Whare tapa wha durie. 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. Wairua is also linked to connection via mother and child through the whenua body and birth karanga sacred lifting of tapu and replacing with noa.
Professor Schofield says hes impressed by the work done around Professor Sir Mason Duries whare tapawha model which seeks to focus not just physical health but mental spiritual and cultural health aspects as well. Mason Durie January 1 2011 The four cornerstones or sides of Māori health are whānau family health tinana physical health hinengaro mental health and wairua spiritual health. Te Whare Tapa Whā can be applied to any health issue whether it involves physical or psychological well-being wairua and whānau.
The Whai Tikanga Pleasant events schedule aligns with te whare tapa wha the four cornerstones or sides of Māori health and provides a range of activities that people can use to strengthen each aspect of their wellbeing. The whare tapa whä has been simplistically depicted in New Zealand curricula and in educational literature as a contemporary Mäori model of health as a Mäori perspective of health as a Mäori philosophy of hauora and as a four- sided meeting house construct Durie 1985. Developed by Sir Mason Durie in 1984 Te Whare Tapa Whā is a Māori model of health and wellbeing.
When we look after all four aspects we look after our hauorawellbeing. View Te Whare Tapa Whā PDF 642 KB. It is a metaphor based on four pillars of a wharenuimeeting house.
Te Whare Tapa Whā. Māori Learner Success Te Whare Tapa Whā. Durie is currently Emeritus Professor of Māori Research Development at Massey University.
It describes hauora health and wellbeing as a wharenui meeting house with four walls. The authors suggest that this context. Te Whare Tapa Whā 2019 Your Bibliography.
Supporting learners Educational outcomes Māori learner success Adult and community education Literacy and numeracy skills Cultural Capability Pathways Foundation and Bridging Education. A YouTube video explaining Professor Mason Duries model of mātauranga Māori 2001. Checking in on the four pillars helps us balance our hauora and support others to balance theirs too.
Taha tinana physical health taha hinengaro mind taha whānau family and taha wairua the spiritual dimensionWith four walls the wharenui is a symbol of these four dimensions. Te Whare Tapa Wha is applied to a variety of situations to reveal a Maori perspective.