Post by Kiwi Frontline on Dec 22, 2020 2:59:21 GMT 12
STUDENTS FACE EMOTIONAL CHALLENGE CONFRONTING NZ HISTORY, STUDY WARNS
The compulsory study of Aotearoa New Zealand history is set to generate strong emotions for some students, a new study warns.
Taita College head of social sciences Dr Michael Harcourt asked 1889 students at 20 high schools around the country for their main feeling after reading a passage about the effects of the land wars on Waikato Māori.
The largest number (39 per cent) chose sadness, followed by anger (11 per cent), frustration (10 per cent), shame (6 per cent), grief, resentment and guilt.......