Post school sector

Author Titlesort descending Year
Dr Maxine Pfannkuch "Bootstrapping" statistical inferential reasoning 2013
Kelly Gibson-van-Marrewijk Addressing obstacles to success: Improving student completion, retention, and achievement in science modules in applied health programmes, with particular attention to Maori 2008
Richard Coll An exploration of the pedagogies employed to integrate knowledge in work-integrated learning in New Zealand tertiary educational institutions 2009
Bill Barton Capturing learning in undergraduate mathematics 2016
Dr Elaine Khoo Copy, cut and paste: How does this shape what we know? 2015
Valarie Margrain Effective teacher-education practice: The impact of written assessment "feedback" for distance learners 2006
Dr E. Marcia Johnson Exploring eLearning practices across the disciplines in a university environment 2011
Nick Zepke Improving tertiary student outcomes in their first year of study 2006
Dr Ross Notman Integrating values in the New Zealand Curriculum: Caught or taught? 2012
Nick Zepke Learning environments and student engagement with their learning in tertiary settings 2010
Professor Glenda Anthony Learning the work of ambitious mathematics teaching 2015
Dr Mary Hill, Dr. Lisa Smith, Dr. Bronwen Cowie, Dr. Alison Gilmore Learning to become 'assessment capable' teachers 2013
Dr Mavis Haigh Making authentic and trustworthy practice-based judgements of graduating student teachers 2013
Professor Mike Thomas Mathematics undergraduate teaching: Perspectives and interactions 2012
Dr Sydney J. Shep Moving beyond the Threshold: Investigating Digital Literacies and Historical Thinking in New Zealand Universities 2016
Paora Stucki Narratives of beginning Maori teachers: Identifying forces that shape the first year of teaching 2005
Dr Mira Peter and Anne Harlow Re-envisioning tertiary teaching and learning of difficult concepts: How “threshold concepts” afford understanding of problematic ideas. 2014
Dr Mira Peter and Dr Elaine Khoo Reengineering an engineering course: How flipped classrooms afford transformative teaching, learning, and workplace competency 2017
Dr Vanessa Andreotti Shifting the conceptualisation of knowledge and learning in the integration of the new New Zealand curriculum in initial and continuing teacher education 2012
Beverley Cooper and Bronwen Cowie Strengthening mathematical thinking and reasoning proficiency in primary teacher education: Leveraging the potential of a system innovation 2017
Dr Airini Success for all: improving Maori and Pasifika student success in degree-level studies 2009
Bill Barton Teachers learning mathematics: professional development research 2008
Dr Elizabeth McKinley and Dr Barbara Grant Teaching and learning in the supervision of Maori doctoral students 2009
Glenda Anthony and Ruth Kane The role of initial teacher education and beginning-teacher induction in the preparation and retention of New Zealand secondary teachers 2007
Mike Thomas The transition from secondary to tertiary education in mathematics 2010

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