What does Tuakana and teina mean?

Tuakana-Teina (Older-Younger) Tuakana-Teina is a traditional Māori cultural philosophy and practice; also literally referring to the relationship between an older and younger sibling or close family members like cousins.

What does Tuakana-teina mean in Māori?

older sibling-younger sibling
Tuakana-teina is a teaching and learning approach drawn from Te Ao Māori – the Māori world. It refers to the relationship between an older person (tuakana) and a younger person (teina). The meaning is literally “older sibling-younger sibling”.

What are the benefits of Tuakana-teina?

Tuakana-teina relationships reflect a natural whānau environment. An integrated teaching and learning approach where babies and older children work and play together means that babies are shown aroha and manaaki as they grow, and older children learn about caring and using whānaungatanga values.

What does Tuakana mean in New Zealand?

The tuakana–teina relationship, an integral part of traditional Māori society, provides a model for buddy systems. An older or more expert tuakana (brother, sister or cousin) helps and guides a younger or less expert teina (originally a younger sibling or cousin of the same gender).

How do you say bro in Māori?

tungāne. 1. (noun) brother (of a female), male cousin (of a female).

What is an example of Manaakitanga?

Often manaakitanga conjures images of pōwhiri (welcoming ceremonies) and a meal shared between tangata whenua (people of the land) and manuhiri (guests) on the marae. That certainly is one example of manaakitanga, but it only scratches the surface of the word.

How do you foster Tuakana teina?

Fostering peer communication

  1. Encourage tuakana to help teina – “Rāhera, can you help Hemi take his shoes off?”
  2. Plan leadership roles for tuakana.
  3. Notice and draw attention to tamariki initiating interactions.
  4. Make the most of times when you as kaiako are teina in an interaction.

What is a Tungane?

tungane as the term for a brother, as. spoken of by the sister.

What is the difference between Manaakitanga and Kaitiakitanga?

Kaitiakitanga (guardianship) and Manaakitanga (hospitality) – Taupo Kayaking Adventures.

What is the difference between manaaki and Manaakitanga?

Manaaki speaks of support and care, while tanga changes a verb to a noun.