Marae as learning spaces

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Hinetara lived in Maketū near Te Puke, Bay of Plenty, she worked in both education and the kiwi fruit industry with her husband, and maintained strong connections with her marae.

Pōtaka talks about the marae as a learning resource, and about the value of play as a tool for learning.

Image credit: Christchurch city libraries

Catalogue Reference 42497

Year 1993

Credits

Interviewer: Tawini Rangihau
Interviewee: Hinetara Pōtaka
Excerpt: 00:03:28

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