School sector

Author Title Yearsort ascending
Marilyn Gwilliam Summer reading to overcome the summer effect: a partnership between a school, a library and the school community 2016
Assoc. Professor Brenda Bicknell & Assoc. Professor Jenny Young-Loveridge Using multiplication and division contexts to enhance young children’s part-whole thinking in mathematics 2015
Dr Jane Gilbert On the edge: Shifting teachers’ paradigms for the future 2015
Dr Rebecca Jesson Porous Learning: Using netbooks at home to enhance literacy learning 2015
Dr Julie Mackey and Professor Niki Davis Extending innovative leadership to enable e-learning for better student outcomes in primary schools 2015
Assoc. Professor Lisa Emerson Enabling academic literacy: Smoothing the transition to tertiary learning 2015
Dr Kwok-Wing Lai Designing Knowledge Building Communities in Secondary Schools 2014
Kathie Crocket Key competencies: How school guidance counsellors contribute to student learning 2014
John Williams Networked inquiry learning in secondary science classrooms 2013
Dr Mark Sheehan ‘Thinking historically’: The role of NCEA research projects in motivating history students to develop disciplinary expertise 2013
Dr Susan Sandretto Critical multiliteracies for 'new times' 2013
Dr Kirsten Petrie Every-body counts?Reimagining Health and Physical Education in Primary Schools 2013
Dr Jenny Lee Understanding the pedagogy of school-based marae: A culturally responsive learning context in secondary schools 2012
Dr Chris Linsell Teaching Algebra Conceptually in Years 9 and 10 2012
Stuart McNaughton School achievement: Why summer matters 2012
Dr Mike Brown Developing a place-based approach to outdoor education in Aotearoa/New Zealand 2012
Chris Eames CoRe: A way to build pedagogical content knowledge for beginning teachers 2012
Assoc. Professor Deborah Fraser Connecting curriculum, connecting learning; Negotiation and the arts 2012
Dr Caroline Yoon LEMMA: Learning Environments with Mathematical Modelling Activities 2011
Dr Bronwen Cowie Culturally responsive pedagogy and assessment in primary science classrooms: Whakamana tamariki 2011
Dr Roberta Hunter Learning to "friendly argue" in a community of mathematical inquiry 2011
Dr Sashi Sharma Statistics is boring … because it makes you think! 2011
Dr Kathrin Otrel-Cass Augmenting primary teaching and learning science through ICT 2011
Jan Bolton and Dr Joanna Higgins Arts e-learning and the online specialist teacher: Increasing opportunities for quality student outcomes 2011
Dr Maxine Pfannkuch Building students' inferential reasoning: Statistics curriculum Levels 5 and 6 2011

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