Te Ara Hōu: Māori Achievement Collaboratives (MACs) Māori Success Survey for Whānau
Data collected from this whānau survey will help the researcher, Dr Melinda Webber, to identify the school practices that make a positive difference for your tamariki at school
Agreement: I agree to voluntarily participate in this research project.
If your answer is 'No', please go to the bottom of the survey and click 'Submit'
What school are your children at?
If you have children at more than one school, please choose one school for this survey. Feel free to fill in separate surveys for the other schools.
What is your gender?
Prefer not to say
What ethnicity are you?
Iwi/hapū connections (if appropriate):
1. What does Maori student success mean to you?
2. What things do the school or teachers do that make a positive difference for your child/children at school?
3. How do you know they make a positive difference? How can you tell that your child is learning and succeeding?
4. Who is a role model from your family or local community?
Please choose one person.
4b. Why have you chosen them?
5. Describe this role-model in five words:
6. If you could give any advice to other Māori whānau about helping their child to succeed at school - what would you say?
7. What could your child's school do better to help your child(ren) learn?
Nga mihi ki a koe - Thank you for your help.
Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Melinda Webber: Phone 09 623 8899 extn 48456
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