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Transformative classroom drama practice: What is happening in New Zealand schools?
This article identifies four key aspects of the work of experienced drama teachers in New Zealand schools that contribute to “transformative” classroom practice: co-artistry, fostering criticality, building ensemble, and ...
Strategies for co-constructing an initial teacher education curriculum: A school-university partnership
(Ako Aotearoa, 2015-09-01)
The intended output of this small-scale project was to develop and to document effective strategies that would facilitate the co-construction of an initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum in a school-university partnership. ...
New Zealand child and youth profile
Effective tools to better understand children’s functioning are critical to plan for and promote positive outcomes. The New Zealand Child and Youth Profile supports teams to reflect on and organize their understanding of ...
Sociable scholarship: The use of social media in the 21st century academy
(Cristina Costa and Mark Murphy, 2016)
Social media have broken down the distance between scholars and the larger world, enabling lay people to become active participants in the construction of knowledge, through offering ideas and data, recounting experience, ...
Rebel heart: Performing fatness wrong online
(M/C - Media and Culture, 2015-06-24)
Candy perfume girl: Colouring fat bodies
Fat bodies have long been used for the purposes of entertainment. But unlike their negative presentations in circuses and seaside attractions, members of the fat activist community are embracing ways to show positive ...
Agricultural Science in the Wild: A Social Network Analysis of Farmer Knowledge Exchange
(PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2014-08-14)
A cross country analysis of social justice in assessment
Social justice is an international concern and evident in education and assessment policies, but is less evident in the enactment of reporting policy and practices. We explore these ruptures in assessment policy through ...
National identity and cultural diversity: A research project that looks at what Year 12 students say about identity in New Zealand: Summary of results
(Massey University, 2012)
The aim of the study The aim of the study was to develop an understanding of how young people think of themselves in terms of national identity. The research sought to identify what national identity looks like in New ...
Transforming professional learning and practice in assessment: The triple H framework. Invited keynote address
Every teacher wants to be an effective educator - having positive relationships with, and enabling, students to become enthusiastic and capable learners. Teaching is demanding of the whole person – particularly the heart ...