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Research and evaluations

  1. Filed under: Effective leaders

    In this sabbatical report Michael McMenamin, Headmaster New Plymouth Boys' High School, seeks to investigate, by talking with Māori students (and other participants in their education), how a better understanding of Māori students’ experiences in the classroom and analyses of these experiences might lead to improved policy and teaching and learning that would ultimately result in greater Māori student achievement. 

  2. Filed under: effective leaders

    This report attempts to answer the question, “How might medium to high decile schools with a low percentage of Māori and Pasifika students successfully engage family and whānau in their children’s learning to help raise student achievement?”  

  3. Filed under: Identity language and culture | effective teachers

    This paper, presented at Third Annual New Zealand Science Education Symposium, Massey University, Wellington; November 2002, outlines three models for aligning Western science with other knowledge systems and promotes the view that dialogue about the issues raised is a necessary first step to achieving any change in relevant classroom practice.

  4. Filed under: identity language and culture | effective leaders

    In this report Elizabeth Harrison, Principal, Ramanui School, Hawera reviewed what is “happening” in other schools out of her immediate area where there are significant numbers of Māori on the roll.

  5. Filed under: productive partnerships

    This is the third report from the National Standards School Sample Monitoring and Evaluation Project 2010-2013, a three year project on National Standards implementation in a representative sample of schools.

  6. Filed under: Effective leaders

    In this sabbatical report, Vanessa Pitt, Principal, Ruahine School, Dannevirke, investigates the actions, activities and conditions of school leaders that contribute to effective Māori student achievement and/or improvements in Māori student achievement; and in Māori students achieving success, as Māori.

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