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    Tessa Gray
    How do you learn best? Are you more like Mahuika or Māui?
    1 June
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Mahuika Mahuika, the keeper of fire possesses many traits such as kaitīaki/guardianship, responsible, insightful, long fuse/patient, protector, fierce, social good. These same traits can guide us online. #belikemahuika

    Māui

    Māui possesses qualities like playfulness, innovative, adaptable, growth mindset, risk-taker, curiosity, problem solver, crafty, goal-oriented, active pursuit, bug fixer and collaborator. #belikemāui

    How do you learn best? Are you more like Mahuika or Māui? Why? Be brave, dive in and share a few sentences about yourself in the comments section below, so we can get to know each and learn from one another -tuakana–teina.

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    I think I am like Maui, goal oriented and collaborative.

    - By Clair Bargiacchi
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      • Clair Bargiacchi
        By Clair Bargiacchi
        Feb 24

        I think I am like Maui, goal oriented and collaborative.

        • Toa Madar
          By Toa Madar
          Feb 24

          I'm more like Maui, always taking risks, backing myself and 100% ok with not knowing everything about the DT curriculum but willing learn

          • Toti Ritete-Tuhua
            By Toti Ritete-Tuhua
            Feb 24

            Im a bit of both. Im patient and go through the process again till I am ok about it, then go for itsmiley

             

            • Adrienne Ackerman
              By Adrienne Ackerman
              Feb 16

              I am both for sure, depending on the context!  I like to see what the end looks like but will be methodical in the way that I learn about it.

              • Meghan Sauni
                By Meghan Sauni
                Feb 10

                I would say I'm more like Mahuika but hope to be more like Maui in some ways! 

                • Debbie Cornelius
                  By Debbie Cornelius
                  Feb 9

                  Probably more Maui but Mahuika features :)

                  • Helen Duff
                    By Helen Duff
                    Jan 30

                    Kia ora, definitely a good mixture of both!

                    • Kelly Larnach
                      By Kelly Larnach
                      Jan 28

                      I think I am a bit like both depending on where my own understanding is at.  I like to have a cursory explore/read over then delve into more depth later.

                      • Olly Morgan
                        By Olly Morgan
                        Jan 28

                        I think I'm naturally more like Mahuika in that I'm patient, thoughtful, etc, but I'm challenging myself to be more of a risk-taker like Maui: just jump in and give the scary stuff a go!

                        • Denise Barrington
                          By Denise Barrington
                          Jan 22

                          I'm mostly a Māui style learner. I love to have something to work on, instructions beside me and then give it a go.

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