Mr Hemi Dale
MEd, PGDipArts, BA, DipTchg
Haurongo: Hēmi Dale
Ko Rotokākahi te awa
Ko Ongaro te maunga
Ko Taiao te marae
Ko Te Uri o Tai te hapū
Ko Te Rarawa te iwi
Ko Te Huhu te tangata
He uri whakaheke a Hēmi o te Tai Tokerau, o Te Rarawa me Te Aupōuri.
Whakaako ai ia i ngā kaupapa o te Tikanga ā Iwi, te pakirehua ngaio, me te reo matatini mā te huarahi o te reo Māori.
Ko ētahi o ōna kaingākautanga rangahau ko te whanaketanga o ngā marautanga Māori, te kaupapa o te Tikanga ā Iwi, te rangatiratanga o te reo Māori, te hopu reo me te whakaako mā te huarahi o te reo Māori.
Hēmi has taught in the Māori medium teacher training pathway Te Huarahi Māori since its inception in 1997. He was the principal writer of the national Māori medium Tikanga ā Iwi curriculum from 1998-9 and has been extensively involved in the cycle of national teacher professional development for Tikanga ā Iwi from 2001-2003. He co-facilitated the development of the national Tikanga ā Iwi exemplars from 2003 - 2005. He was a member of the NEMP National Social Studies Advisory Panel from 2004 - 2006 and a member of the national Social Sciences Reference Group from 2004 - 2006. From 2005-2006 he was the principal facilitator overseeing the refinement of the national Tikanga ā Iwi curriculum. In 2007-8 he has been a co-facilitator of the Quality Teaching Research and Development pilot for Māori medium schools. He is currently developing a teacher handbook for the Tikanga ā Iwi learning area. His research interests are the development of the Māori medium curricula, the Tikanga a Iwi learning area, bilingualism and biliteracy and teaching through the medium of te reo Māori.
Research | Current
- Te Reo Māori
- Māori medium education
- Indigenous curriculum design
- Tikanga ā Iwi and social sciences education
Teaching | Current
Semester 2, 2018:
- EDPROFM 109 Te Pou Tāwharau Tikanga Māori - course coordinator and main lecturer
- EDCURRM 106 Tikanga ā iwi: He whakatakinga - course coordinator and main lecturer
- EDCURRM 304 Tū tangata - course coordinator and main lecturer
- EDPRACM 302A Te whakatairanga paetae mātauranga - course coordinator and main lecturer
- EDPRACM 302B Te whakatairanga paetae mātauranga - course coordinator and main lecturer
- EDPROFM 702 Māori language teachers: Teaching te reo Māori - lecturer
- Lemon, Ruth. The development of the hangarau Māori medium curriculum Master of Education. Co-supervisor.
- Bruce, Kataraina. Hei tautoko i ngā mātua e whāngai ana i te reo Māori ki ā rātou tamariki i te kāinga. Supporting parents teaching Māori to their children at home. Master of Education. Co-supervisor.
- Paenga, Katene. Growing excellence in a kaupapa Māori wharekura educational setting. Master of Education. Co-supervisor.
- Paul, Thomaseena. Kura kaupapa ki kura rīroa: Whānau perceptions of transitioning from kura kaupapa Māori to English medium secondary schooling. Master of Professional Studies (TeachNZ Scholarship). Main supervisor. (First dissertation in the Faculty of Education and Social Work to be submitted entirely in te reo Māori).
- Recipient of the CLeaR Schuler Educational Enhancement and Development (SEED) grant - $5,000. Project title: Te Whakanakonako i te Papkupu a te Huarahi Māori.
- Co-director, Huarahi Māori Immersion Teacher Training Programme, Te Puna Wānanga, Faculty of Education and Social Work
Areas of expertise
- Te Reo Māori
- Te Reo Matatini
- Tikanga ā Iwi
- Te Hopu Reo
- Māori medium curriculum development
- Indigenous curriculum development
- Relationship between tikanga ā iwi and language (te reo Māori)
- Relationship between matauranga Māori and tikanga ā iwi education
- Language planning and language revitalisation for schooling
- Interactive pedagogy in Māori medium classrooms
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Stewart, G., Trinick, T., & Dale, H. (2018). Huarahi Māori: Two decades of indigenous teacher education at the University of Auckland. In P. Whitinui, C. Roguez de France, O. McIvor (Eds.) Promising practices in indigenous teacher education (pp. 149-162). Singapore: Springer.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Tony Trinick
- Dale, D. J. (2017). Kupu Whakataki [Preface]. In T. K. Hoskins, A. Jones (Eds.) Critical conversations in kaupapa Māori (pp. vii-vii). Wellington, NZ: Huia Publishers. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Te Kawehau Hoskins, Alison Jones
- Stewart, G. M., & Dale, H. (2016). 'Dirty laundry' in Māori education history? Another spin for Washday at the Pā. Waikato Journal of Education, 21 (2), 5-15. 10.15663/wje.v21i2.268
- Dale, D. J. (2016). Te whanaketanga o te wāhanga ako o te Tikanga ā Iwi: Mai i te kore, ki te wheiao, ki te ao mārama. The development of the Tikanga ā Iwi learning area: From nothingness, to half-light, to the full light of day. In M. Harcourt, A. Milligan, B. Wood (Eds.) Teaching Social Studies for Critical, Active Citizenship in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 20-39). Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER Press. Related URL.
- Edmonds, K., & Dale, H. (2015). Te whiringa pūmau o te reo me tētahi kitenga tūpou ā-tangata. Paper presented at Te Puna o te Kī, Auckland, New Zealand. 3 December - 4 December 2015. Te Puna o te Kī : he kohinga kōrero nō te hui.
- Bardenheier, P., Wilkinson, E. H., & Dale, H. (2015). Ki te tika te hanga, ka pakari te kete: With the right structure we weave a strong basket. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53 (5-6), 496-519. 10.1080/01639374.2015.1008716
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Liz Wilkinson, Penelope Bardenheier
- Edmonds, K., Roberts, N., Keegan, P. J., Houia, W., & Dale, H. (2013). Kaiaka Reo: Reo-ā-waha ki te motu: The Development of Māori Oral Language Proficiency Progressions: Report to the Ministry of Education. 1-154. Wellington: Ministry of Education. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Peter Keegan
- Dale, D. J., McLeod, D., & Tamati, S. T. (2012). Te ara kahikatea: He ara pūtoi ako reo whakawhiti matatinitanga. In McFarland, Agnes (Ed.) Kawea te wairua o te kupu (pp. 137-152). Te Whanganui a Tara (Wellington): NZCER Press. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Sophie Tamati