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Assessment guide 15302

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Assessment guide 15302

    2 The tauira may discuss the assessment process and the Assessment Activity Instruction Sheet

    requirements of the process with the pouako at a pre-Unit Standard 15302 version 2 assessment meeting. Unit Title Apply Hauora practices to encourage

    stimulation of te hinengaro 3 The tauira can use any source of information. This may include Level 6 literature notes from interviews, audio tapes, or video tapes that Credit 8 demonstrate relevant knowledge for the assessment.

    4 Please include a bibliography or a list of references to show your Conditions

    sources of information.

    This activity needs to be completed within a strict time frame. This

    5 If part of this activity is to be completed orally, paper, pens, should be in line with the credit value of the unit standard. The

    whiteboard or any other visual aids agreed with by the tauira assessment should be valid and show learner competence at the time

    may be required. Audio tapes, videos or other media as of completion. If the tauira requires more time, this must be discussed

    approved by the assessor, may also be used. with the assessor.

     Carry out research and discussion to extend your knowledge to work Entry through this assessment. Where possible, approach Kaumātua and

    whānau to help with your learning. Entry into this activity is open. The tauira should be aware of all the requirements prior to assessment. Special Notes from Unit Standard 15302 Activity 1. Hauora in the context of this unit standard means the appropriate

    or right ways or practices that are associated with the holistic This unit standard is worth 8 credits. This means that in a formal study well-being of an individual as a member of a whānau, hapū, and situation or self directed study 80 hours of work would be required. iwi.

    The tauira is required to complete this activity without assistance from 2 Definitions of Māori words will be those relevant and in common others, except where discussion and consultation are called for. usage in a hauora context. However, the local iwi and/or hapū

    must verify the local dialect. The final assessments of this unit standard are a written essay answer, a plan and its implementation (see tasks). If the tauira would like to 3. Workplace practice and procedures must comply with the present their evidence in another mode then this should be discussed Standards for Traditional Māori Healing, Ministry of Health with the pouako at a pre-assessment meeting. (Wellington: 1999), and the Code of Health and Disability

    Services Consumers' Rights. Resources

    4. Pouako is the preferred term used in this document to refer to 1 Copy of the tauira guide sheet for this activity and unit standard the teacher. Pouako is synonymous with kaiwhakaako, kaiako, 15302. Instructions in the tauira guide. hita, kaitohu and other equivalent terms.

5. Tauira is the preferred term used in this document to refer to the

candidate or student. Tauira is synonymous with akonga, akoako,

taura, pia and other equivalent terms.

     Tauira Guide Sheet

    Instructions Unit Standard 15302 version 2

    Unit Title Apply Hauora practices to encourage This assessment requires some research to be carried out and stimulation of te hinengaro reported on. It is advisable to read all of the requirements for the tasks Level 6 before you start.

     Credit 8

    Note that tasks in the assessment guide do not need to be completed

    in numerical order. The tasks listed for this unit standard may flow into This assessment activity requires you to

    each other and can therefore be clustered when responding. ; explain hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te

    This is a knowledge-based activity. It is based not only on experience hinengaro

    and observation but on guidance and learning you may have received

    from training through a learning situation in a formal context; or in the ; plan hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te

    work place through training from senior members of staff, or from hinengaro

    members of whānau, hapū or iwi.

    ; implement hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te

    You can have parts or all of the assessment conducted in te reo Māori hinengaro.

    if you wish (please be sure to inform your pouako of this at the pre-People credited with this unit standard are able to do these three assessment meeting).

    things. Explain, plan and implement hauora practices that encourage

    Group work stimulation for te hinengaro.

    All of this activity is written from the point of view of "you" as an Please complete all of this activity, gathering evidence to respond to

    individual, because it is you who is being assessed for the award of the questions on the following pages. You are required to submit a

    this unit standard. written essay, a plan, and its implementation (see tasks) as evidence

    for your assessment, unless you have agreed with your pouako to Special Notes from Unit Standard 15302 carry out this assessment orally or in other ways that are more

    appropriate to your situation. 1. Hauora in the context of this unit standard means the appropriate

     or right ways or practices that are associated with the holistic The Elements identify the outcomes against which you will be wellbeing of an individual as a member of a whānau, hapū, and assessed. The Performance Criteria (PC) indicate the critical evidence iwi. that will be considered when making a judgement as to whether you

    have achieved the outcomes of the element and therefore the 2 Definitions of Māori words will be those relevant and in common standard. usage in a hauora context. However, the local iwi and/or hapū

     must verify the local dialect.

3 Workplace practice and procedures must comply with the

     Standards for Traditional Māori Healing, Ministry of Health

     (Wellington: 1999), and the Code of Health and Disability

     Services Consumers' Rights.

     4. Pouako is the preferred term used in this document to refer to the

    teacher. Pouako is synonymous with kaiwhakaako, kaiako, māhita, kaitohu and other equivalent terms.

     5. Tauira is the preferred term used in this document to refer to the

    candidate or student. Tauira is synonymous with akonga, akoako, taura, pia and other equivalent terms.

    On the following pages, the Elements and Performance Criteria are to

     the left, and the assessment tasks are to the right.

     Assessment Activity

    In order to complete the unit standard and prepare for assessment, Tasks you are required to complete the following tasks (these are related to

    each of the Elements and the Performance Criteria of the unit standard 1. In not less than 1500 words please explain hauora practices that to the left of the page). encourage stimulation for te hinengaro. Please ensure your

     explanation includes:

    Element 1 ; an explanation of hauora practices that identifies concepts and

     purposes of Māori customary practices Explain hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te hinengaro.

    ; an explanation of hauora practices that compares Māori customary PC 1.1 practices to those which underpin non-Māori practices

    Explanation of hauora practices identifies concepts and purposes of

    ; a description of Māori customary practices in terms of their impact Māori customary practices.

     on current hauora approaches.

    PC 1.2

    You may wish to write an essay or provide another type of Explanation of hauora practices compares Māori customary practices presentation that outlines all of the points listed for this task.

    to those which underpin non-Māori practices.

     PC 1.3

     Māori customary practices are described in terms of their impact on

    current hauora approaches.

     Element 2

    Plan hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te hinengaro.

    Tasks

    PC 2.1

    2. Please create a plan of hauora practices that encourage stimulationPlan is consistent with tikanga Māori associated with hauora practices. for te hinengaro. Please ensure that your plan: Range: must include at least three hauora practices related to - ; is consistent with tikanga Māori associated with hauora practices capability tolerance levels, acceptance of behaviour, access to

    practices, at risk participants, intervention strategies, and Range: must include at least three hauora practices related to appropriateness. capability tolerance levels, acceptance of behaviour, access to

     practices, at risk participants, intervention strategies, and PC 2.2 appropriateness.

    Plan establishes the scope for the application and expected outcomes ; establishes the scope for the application and expected outcomes ofof hauora practices. hauora practices

    Range: must include three practices including but not limited to, lower Range: must include three practices including but not limited to arm hand games, mū tōrere, nititeka, waiata mōteatea, whakatauki, lower arm hand games, mū tōrere, nititeka, waiata mōteatea, pepehā, poi. whakatauki, pepehā, poi.

    PC 2.3 ; includes an evaluation of hauora practices which determines

     whether outcomes have been met; Plan includes evaluation of hauora practices which determines

    whether outcomes have been met. ; includes follow up strategies for hauora practices where outcomes

     have not been met. PC 2.4

    Plan includes follow up strategies for hauora practices where outcomes have not been met.

Element 3

    Tasks

    Implement hauora practices that encourage stimulation for te

    hinengaro. 3. You are now required to implement hauora practices that

     encourage stimulation for te hinengaro. When you implement thesePC 3.1 practices you will need to ensure: Hauora practices are consistent with the conventions of tikanga Māori ; that the hauora practices are consistent with the conventions of and in accordance with workplace practice and procedures. tikanga Māori and in accordance with workplace practice and

     procedures PC 3.2

    ; that hauora practices are carried out according to the plan you Hauora practices are carried out according to a plan that encourages completed in task 2 stimulation for te hinengaro.

    ; that practices are evaluated against objectives and outcomes of PC 3.3 the plan.

    Practices are evaluated against objectives and outcomes of the plan.

     .

Assessment Schedule Guide

    Unit Standard 15302

    Unit Title: Apply Hauora practices to encourage stimulation of te hinengaro

     Level 6 Credit 8

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and PC Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments Element 1 1 An essay of not less Essay is not less than 1500 words in

    than 1500 words length.

    Explain hauora practices that explaining hauora Hauora practices that encourage encourage stimulation for te practices that stimulation for te hinengaro are hinengaro. encourage stimulation explained accurately and include for te hinengaro is PC 1.1 presented. ; concepts and purposes of Māori

    customary practices Explanation of hauora practices The essay provides:

    identifies concepts and purposes of ; comparison of Māori customary ; an explanation of Māori customary practices. practices with those under pinning hauora practices that non-Māori customary practices identifies concepts PC 1.2

    and purposes of ; Māori customary practices that Explanation of hauora practices Māori customary impact upon current hauora compares Māori customary practices practices approaches. to those which underpin non-Māori ; an explanation of practices. hauora practices that

    compares Māori PC 1.3

    customary practices

    Māori customary practices are to those which

    described in terms of their impact on underpin non-Māori

    current hauora approaches. practices

Assessment Schedule Guide

    Unit Standard 15302

    Unit Title: Apply Hauora practices to encourage stimulation of te hinengaro

     Level 6 Credit 8

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and PC Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments

    ; a description of Māori

    customary practices

    in terms of their

    impact on current

    hauora approaches.

    Element 2 2

    A plan of hauora Plan of hauora practices that Plan hauora practices that encourage practices that encourage stimulation for te stimulation for te hinengaro. encourage stimulation hinengaro is presented clearly.

    for te hinengaro is created.

    PC 2.1

    Plan is consistent with tikanga Māori Plan is consistent with Range: must include at least three associated with hauora practices. Tikanga hauora hauora practices related to capability

    Māori. tolerance levels, acceptance of behaviour, access to practices, at risk participants, intervention strategies and appropriateness.

Assessment Schedule Guide

    Unit Standard 15302

    Unit Title: Apply Hauora practices to encourage stimulation of te hinengaro

     Level 6 Credit 8

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and PC Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments PC 2.2

    Plan establishes the Range: must include three practices Plan establishes the scope for the scope for the which may include but is not limited to application and expected outcomes of application and lower arm hand games, mū tōrere, hauora practices. expected outcomes of nititeka, waiata mōteatea, whakatauki, hauora practices. pepehā, poi. PC 2.3

    Plan includes an Plan includes evaluation of hauora evaluation of hauora practices which determines whether practices which outcomes have been met. determines whether

    outcomes have been met.

    PC 2.4

    Plan includes follow up strategies for Plan includes follow hauora practices where outcomes up strategies for have not been met. hauora practices

    where outcomes have

    not been met.

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