MENZA is currently offering five $900 scholarships to cover the full registration costs of Ann Milne’s online Course 1: ‘Identifying our White Spaces’. This course is for anyone working in education settings who aspire to make real change for indigenous and minoritised learners. This course is about developing critical and culturally sustaining thinking beginning with how to identify ‘white’ spaces and helping teachers begin to decolonise their practice. Study will be completed between April 1st and July 30th 2021. The course is about 50 hours of total learning time over the four months. These applicants will be studying self-directed online with some additional MENZA support networking opportunities. This will provide opportunities to come together with others doing the course and to reflect on the learning in the context of music education in Aotearoa New Zealand. See here for more information https://www.annmilne.co.nz/online
The five successful applicants for this scholarship round will be announced below mid March.
Rachel France: Kilbirnie School, Primary Music (Wellington)
Justine Pierre: Tokomairiro High School/OOH Music, Secondary and Primary Music (Dunedin)
Hanafi Machirus: Hagley Community College, Forte Itinerant Music (Christchurch)
Cath McGlinchey: Kerikeri High School, Secondary Music (Northland)
Victoria Thompson: Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu, Secondary Music (Auckland)
The MENZA support networking opportunities as part of this scholarship will be facilitated by Priya Gain, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To Be Confirmed
If you are a MENZA member keen to do an introductory te reo Māori or cultural competency workshop please get in touch by emailing email@example.com We are currently looking for regional providers to support this kaupapa and would love to hear from you!