This project, led by Professor Rich Masters of the University of Waikato, will look at the traditional Māori game, Ki-o-Rahi, as a unique, culturally-grounded context in which movement skills can be learned by young children .
|Effective start/end date||01/11/21 → 31/10/23|
- motor competence, learning, cognition, social skills
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