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From nothing to something: The talent development journey of New Zealand Samoan tenors, Pene and Amitai Pati.
A case study exploring concepts of Pasifika giftedness through the lived experiences as expressed by the media, of public figures Pene and Amitai Pati, now famous New Zealand tenors, who originated from Mangere, Auckland.
Smiling to Smiles After Exclusion: Social Rejection Enhances Affiliative Signalling
Reciprocating others' smiles is important for maintaining social connections as it both signals a common affective state to others and possibly induces empathetic reactions in the actor. Feelings of social exclusion may ...
Acknowledging the Māori cultural values and beliefs embedded in rongoā Māori healing
(University of Victoria, 2017)
An exploration of rongoā Māori (a system of Māori healing based on Māori cultural traditions) was conducted to ascertain the cultural values and beliefs of Māori, the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa/New Zealand, that are ...
Contraction and release
With this issue and the next two we will follow the experience Into the Midst , workshop and led by SenseLab under the direction of Erin Manning and Brian Massumi . In texts of reflection or contemporaneous notes Eleven ...
Learning from moderation of OTJs: The political balancing act.
Internationally, attention to educational accountability sharpened during the Global Financial Crisis period, with a political need for student achievement data. International achievement testing strongly influenced ...
Degree apprenticeships: Is this the future for employer-led partnerships in New Zealand?
Work-ready graduates with practical skills and theoretical knowledge in engineering is essential. Traditionally, potential employees arrive with either theoretical knowledge from University study, or with practical skills ...
Signature poem - Robin Hyde
Hearing from the experts – Parents’ knowledge of what works for their children
Given that children and young persons with ASD require support both at home and school, one of the fundamental factors for the success of all types of supports, services and interventions is the effective collaboration and ...