All projects

Authorsort descending Title Year
Sally Peters and Vanessa Paki Learning journeys from early childhood into school 2014
Elizabeth Peterson Conceptions of assessment and feedback in secondary school 2007
Dr Kirsten Petrie Every-body counts?Reimagining Health and Physical Education in Primary Schools 2013
Dr Maxine Pfannkuch "Bootstrapping" statistical inferential reasoning 2013
Assoc. Professor Val Podmore Supporting learning in the early years for children who learn in more than one language: Developing deeper understandings for practice 2015
Dr Keryn Pratt School is out: Students' experiences of non-traditional learning 2011
Dr Lesley Rameka Te Whatu Kete Matauranga: Weaving Māori and Pasifika infant and toddler theory and practice in early childhood education 2017
Dr Lesley Rameka Te Whakapūmautia te mana: Enhancing Mana Through Kaitiakitanga 2022
Dr Mihi Ratima Te Kura Mai i Tawhiti: He Tau Kawekaweā: Building the foundation for whanau educational success and wellbeing; a Kaupapa Māori ECE approach 2016
Dr Daphne Rickson The Relationship between Participation in Singing Programmes and Student Well-Being in a Christchurch Primary School 2018
Assoc. Professor Tracy Riley and Dist. Professor Anne Noble Investigating STEM to STEAM using the apiscope as a tool for differentiated teaching and learning 2020
Jenny Ritchie Whakawhanaungatanga— partnerships in bicultural development in early childhood care and education 2008
Jenny Ritchie Titiro Whakamuri, Hoki Whakamua. We are the future, the present and the past: Caring for self, others and the environment in early years’ teaching and learning 2010
Dr Jenny Ritchie and Dr Cheryl Rau Te Puawaitanga: Partnerships with tamariki and whānau in bicultural early childhood care and education 2008
Tanya Wendt Samu Effective teaching in different cultural contexts: A comparative analysis of language, culture, and pedagogy 2006
Susan Sandretto A collaborative self-study into the development of critical-literacy practices - a pilot study 2006
Susan Sandretto A collaborative self-study into the development and integration of critical literacy practices 2008
Dr Susan Sandretto Critical multiliteracies for 'new times' 2013
Elizabeth Schaughency and Elaine Reese (University of Otago) Supporting Teaching and Learning in Home-Based Early Childhood Education 2019
Dr Sashi Sharma Statistics is boring … because it makes you think! 2011
Dr Mark Sheehan ‘Thinking historically’: The role of NCEA research projects in motivating history students to develop disciplinary expertise 2013
Dr Sydney J. Shep Moving beyond the Threshold: Investigating Digital Literacies and Historical Thinking in New Zealand Universities 2016
Pat Street Together is better? Primary students’ and teachers’ experiences of collaborative learning online 2006
Paora Stucki Narratives of beginning Maori teachers: Identifying forces that shape the first year of teaching 2005
Dr Mike Thomas Technology use and the teaching of mathematics in the secondary classroom 2007

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