We have published the first report in a new initiative called TLRI Project Plus. The idea of the series is to synthesise findings and draw some lessons from across a number of TLRI projects. The first in the series is called Doing research that matters: A success story from statistics education and was written by NZCER chief researcher Rosemary Hipkins. It explores two projects with a common focus on aspects of students' statistical thinking capabilities.
Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI)
The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative seeks to enhance the links between educational research and teaching practices to improve outcomes for learners. The fund was established by the government in 2003.
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Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the 2014 TLRI funding round have now closed. The next stage involves a shortlisting process and those that are selected will be invited to submit a full proposal.
TLRI has announced funding for a research project based around an innovative kaupapa Māori early childhood centre. The project was successful in the Request for Proposals (RFP) issued in 2013. The RFP sought kaupapa Māori research projects designed to support educational outcomes for Māori learners across learning environments.
Recently published reports
Move, Act, Play and Sing (MAPS): Exploring early childhood arts teaching and learning strategies and concepts through community arts interventions in Reggio Emilia centresDr David Lines, Dr. Chris Naughton and John Roder
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