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“Play…a waste of time”? Samoan and Tongan student ...

they had learnt and discussed shifts in their thinking regarding their understanding of the term play. Kau tui kakala is the process by which the information shared by the research participants

Critical Success Factors for Effective Use of e-learning by ...

After completing their individual tasks, the team works together to prepare and analyse the data. • The kakala model (Thaman, 1999, 2000, 2002) — uses three key processes for making a kakala garland as a metaphor for the key processes involved in any research project: the toli , or framework ...

Towards Cultural Democracy in Teaching and Learning With ...

Originally developed as a personal philosophy of teaching by the author, Kakala is sourced from the Tongan metaphor of kaka la , or garland of fragrant flowers.

MEMBERSHIP ROSTER March 2012

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Gifted and Talented Tongan Students in New Zealand

• For individuals Tongan culture exists within particular and unique environmental contexts • traditions and customs such as music, dance, song, poetry, oratory, ta'ovala, kakala, koloa, language, rituals, religion, carving, buildings etc. are affected by that context • They are based on Tongan values ...

RE-PRESENTING AND RE-SEARCHING OCEANIA: a suggestion for ...

Beginning with the Tongan framework of Kakala (Thaman, 1992), recently modified and enhanced by the works of scholars such as Manu'atu (2001) Taufe'ulungaki and Johansson-Fua (2005) , and Maka & Johansson-Fua (2006) , there are other examples, including the Samoan Fa'afaletui (Tamasese, et.al., 1998 ...

Exploration of Pacific perspectives of Pacific models of ...

These frameworks include the: (i) Samoan Fonofale 12, 14 and Faafaletui models 11, (ii) Tongan Kakala model 15, and (iii) Cook Islands Tivaevae model. 16 These models all point to the importance of focusing on the process of interventions and understanding of Pacific concepts such as the use of Pacific ...

On a few occasions I was able to visit the nearby islands of ...

'I he (Continued from page 19) (Continued on page 24) Nunia Faletau Tu'ihalamaka Kakala Moala Taumoefolau Miss Knight ('Uluaki Puleako) Lavinia Havea Molitika

Guidelines for Tongan Language Programmes

16 4-6 • Planning a video on "Naming Customs" • respond to suggestions about plans (level 6) • demonstrate that they understand the behaviour appropriate [to a cultural event] (level 6) • read and listen to 'Amanakinoa-'a-Lose Kakala • discuss naming customs • plan a video script, working in groups ...

Fonua: A Model for Pacific Health Promotion

Some Pacific Models Some Pacific Models • Fonofale - Karl Pulotu Endemman • Fa'afaletui -Carmel Peteru and Kiwi Tam as es e • Tivaevae -Teremoana Maua-Hodges • Kakala - Konai Helu-Thaman • Ta and Va (Time and Space) - 'O. Mahina