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Kei roto i te whare on housing
(ST PAUL ST Gallery, AUT, 2016-03-10)
New Zealand National Standards assessment: Social justice issues for adolescent learners
Internationally, as adolescent learners move into higher stakes assessments their influence on selection and interpretation of assessment declines, despite their increasing capacity for self-regulated learning. Equity and ...
Learning from Wye river and Separation creek: Towards improved community bushfire safety
Safety in human settlements is the result of a complex interplay between the existing physical forms of places, including natural and human made elements, the particular hazards faced, and the capabilities of people and ...
The role of defendable space as a key urban design tool for bushfire risk management
Changes in climatic conditions around the world associated with anthropogenic climate change have result in increased numbers of extreme weather events. Population growth, migration, urban sprawl and tree change movements ...
A study of Rubi/Furigana functions: Spectrum between a translation type and a pragmatic type
(International Japanese Language Education, 2016-09-09)
This is part of an on-going project about the comprehensive understanding of uses of Rubi/Furigana taxonomy in the writing system of modern Japanese. Rubi/Furigana is a small typed script on the top of Chinese characters, ...
Exploring the link between more negative osmotic potential and ryegrass summer performance
(New Zealand Grassland Asscoiation, 2018)
This paper outlines recent research studying within-population variation in selected New Zealand perennial ryegrass cultivars, for traits related to tolerance of summer moisture deficit. Two clonal replicates of 220 genotypes ...
An assessment tool for seismic strengthening of heritage buildings
This research produced a multidisciplinary assessment tool to examine the effectiveness of seismic strengthening designs for heritage buildings. Fifteen one-on-one interviews of a range of experienced industry professionals ...
Ageing in place: retirement intentions of New Zealand nurses aged 50+.
(Victoria University, New Zealand, 2013-02-08)