All projects

Authorsort ascending Title Year
Dr Rebecca Jesson Porous Learning: Using netbooks at home to enhance literacy learning 2015
Dr Roberta Hunter Learning to "friendly argue" in a community of mathematical inquiry 2011
Tony Hunt Higher order thinking through SOLO and e-learning 2014
Tracey Hooker Training on the job: How do home-based co-ordinators support educators to notice, recognise, and respond? 2008
Margie Hohepa Riariakina ō Rongo Hirikapo 2016
Rosemary Hipkins Doing research that matters: A success story from statistics education 2014
Dr Mary Hill, Dr. Lisa Smith, Dr. Bronwen Cowie, Dr. Alison Gilmore Learning to become 'assessment capable' teachers 2013
Mary Hill Great expectations: Enhancing learning and strengthening teaching in primary schools with diverse student populations through action research 2006
Assoc. Professor Mary Hill Observing assessment for learning in action: Piloting an observation tool to inform teacher assessment learning and research 2020
Dr Camilla Highfield and Dr Melinda Webber Mana Ūkaipō: Enhancing Māori engagement through pedagogies of connection and belonging 2021
Leeana Herewini and Ngārewa Hāwera Māku anō e hanga, i toku nei whare - I will build my own house 2020
Helen Hedges Inquiring minds, meaningful responses: Children’s interests, inquiries and working theories 2014
Maggie Haynes Enhancing mathematics teaching and learning in early childhood settings 2007
Christina Harwood Zeroing in on quality teaching: Reducing disparities by building teachers’ capacities and capabilities with respect to integrative approaches to curriculum delivery 2006
Dr Vince Ham Literacy learning in e-learning contexts: Mining the New Zealand action research evidence 2012
Dr Mavis Haigh Making authentic and trustworthy practice-based judgements of graduating student teachers 2013
Marilyn Gwilliam Summer reading to overcome the summer effect: a partnership between a school, a library and the school community 2016
Dr Alexandra C. Gunn The Work of Teacher Educators – New Zealand 2015
Assoc. Professor Lexie Grudnoff Teaching for Equity: How do we do it? 2018
Dr Jane Gilbert On the edge: Shifting teachers’ paradigms for the future 2015
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
Jane Furness and Judy Hunter Using a wellbeing framework to recognise, value and enhance the broad range of outcomes for learners in adult literacy and numeracy programmes 2019
Assoc. Professor Deborah Fraser The Art of the Matter: The development and extension of ways of knowing in the arts 2007
Assoc. Professor Deborah Fraser Connecting curriculum, connecting learning; Negotiation and the arts 2012
Michael Forret Understanding and enhancing learning communities in tertiary education in science and engineering 2007

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