The impacts of COVID-19 on the 2020 cohort of the Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge programme at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Māngere

  • Byron Rangiwai
  • Benita Simati-Kumar Chand
  • Rosie Mataroa

Abstract

COVID-19 is a significant challenge to education and learning (Crawford, et al., 2020; Daniel, 2020; Händel et al., 2020; Naciri et al., 2020; Toquero, 2020; Usak et al., 2020). COVID-19 caused face-to-face learning to become a threat to health (Murphy, 2020) which has meant that learning around the world moved online very rapidly (Alawamleh, 2020; Daniel, 2020; Händel et al., 2020; Sandars et al., 2020) on an untried and unparalleled scale (Burgess & Sievertsen, 2020). Because of the extraordinary conditions that education is experiencing globally, institutions must document the effects of the COVID-19 on the delivery of education (Toquero, 2020) to ensure that it is as effective as possible (Sahu, 2020). The purpose of this article is to document some of the COVID-19 challenges and experiences of the 2020 Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge cohort.
Published
2020-09-02
How to Cite
RangiwaiB., Simati-Kumar ChandB., & MataroaR. (2020). The impacts of COVID-19 on the 2020 cohort of the Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge programme at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Māngere. Te Kaharoa, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.24135/tekaharoa.v15i1.301
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