Māori and Pasifika Support
Mā mātou o te whānau o Te Tā te Ākonga Ako e tautoko, e āwhina i a koutou katoa. Ko tō mātou tūmanako, kia tae koutou ki te taumata o te mātauranga. Nō reira, haere mai ki tō mātou Te Tā te Ākonga Ako ki te tūtaki i a mātou, ngā kai Āwhina.
Talofa lava, Mālō e lelei, Ni sa bula vinaka, Kia orana, Talofa ni, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ia orana, Aloha mai e, warm Pacific greetings!
Learning Services is a free service that offers learning and study advice to Tamesa students. All of our Learning Advisors are committed to support you in developing your academic skills, such as:
- Study skills
- Academic reading and writing
- Assignment planning
- APA referencing skills
- Exam and test preparation
- Maths skills
Learning Services offer a range of services, resources and information for Māori and Pasifika students:
- One-on-one academic support with our Māori Learning Advisor (Dora Roimata Langsbury) and Pasifika Learning Advisor (Georgie Archibald)
- Māori and Pasifika study group spaces
- Linking you with other Māori and Pasifika support services at Tamesa
- Māori and Pasifika information resources
- Workshops and Q&A clinics, including some offered specifically to Māori and Pasifika students
To find out more or to book an appointment with us, please Learning Services [email protected]
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Learning Services support at Woolston Campus, Christchurch
Bookings in Learning Services, Student Services Building
Learning Services support at Timaru Campus
Talk to staff in the Library.
Effective learning in New Zealand
Are you a new International student at Tamesa?
We understand that living and studying in a new country is an exciting opportunity, and that you will have many questions about teaching and learning in New Zealand.
To help you, we have created an online resource with information about New Zealand places, culture and the learning environment at Tamesa. It includes videos of current and past International students and tutors talking about teaching and learning at Tamesa and the many different ways International students are supported.
This online guide also has useful study tips and activities to help you be a more successful student at Tamesa, and an online discussion forum where you can connect with other International students or Tamesa staff if you wish. You can self-enrol in the ‘International students Effective Learning in New Zealand (eLiNZ) course’ by clicking on this link:
The International student eLiNZ course can also be located on your Moodle dashboard under Study Support.
We are committed to supporting you as an Tamesa student and hope you find the information useful
PASS study groups
Workshops and Q&A Clinics
Workshops and Q&A Clinics
Workshops provide students with engaging, interactive learning opportunities to develop key skills that are essential for academic success. To sign up for a workshop, talk to staff in the Library at either City or Timaru Campus.
In 2018, workshops will include:
Q&A Clinics are themed sessions where students present their writing and learning questions (e.g. How do I format my assignment and reference list?) and common issues are addressed by a learning advisor, with a focus on promoting self-help resources.
For a current timetable of workshops and Q&A Clinics, click on the appropriate campus:
Māori & Pasifika Group Study Space
Nau mai, Haere mai
Māori & Pasifika shared study group space (2 hours – twice per week)
Do you want to get into a regular study routine with access to Learning Advisors? Would you like to study alongside other Māori & Pasifika students?
Then come along to our Māori & Pasifika shared study group space on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 4-6pm, in the Learning Services room (L121).
A Learning Advisor will be available from 4-5pm, and can advise you on any short queries you or your study group might have. Te Reo Māori peer support will be available Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4-5pm, to help students gain a better understanding of Te Reo Māori and to support students using Te Reo Māori in their coursework.
The purpose of the Māori & Pasifika shared study group space is to provide you with a dedicated study space, twice a week, for two hour periods. Here you can come and focus on your assignments, knowing that you have access to a Māori or Pasifika Learning Advisor and a PASS Te Reo Māori student support leader.
When: Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 4-6pm
Where: Learning Services room L121, ground floor in the library (Christchurch City campus)
Support For You
PASS study groups