All projects

Authorsort descending Title Year
Margaret Carr Children as teachers, families as learners 2014
Dr Margaret Carr Key Learning Competencies Across Place and Time 2008
Robyn Chandler Who, what, how, and why? Profiles, practices, pedagogies, and self-perception of adult literacy practitioners 2005
Jeanette Clarkin-Phillips Strengthening Responsive and Reciprocal Relationships in a Whānau Tangata Centre: an Action Research Project 2009
Jeanette Clarkin-Phillips Our place: Being curious at Te Papa 2012
Richard Coll An exploration of the pedagogies employed to integrate knowledge in work-integrated learning in New Zealand tertiary educational institutions 2009
Lindsey Conner Investigating responses to diversity in a secondary environment 2006
Beverley Cooper and Bronwen Cowie Strengthening mathematical thinking and reasoning proficiency in primary teacher education: Leveraging the potential of a system innovation 2017
Dr Bronwen Cowie Culturally responsive pedagogy and assessment in primary science classrooms: Whakamana tamariki 2011
Bronwen Cowie The Classroom InSiTE Project: Understanding classroom interactions to enhance teaching and learning in science and technology in Years 1–8 2008
Kathie Crocket Key competencies: How school guidance counsellors contribute to student learning 2014
Dr Carmen Dalli What’s special about teaching and learning in the first years? Investigating the “what, hows and whys” of relational pedagogy with infants and toddlers 2011
Keryn Davis Moments of wonder, everyday events: Children’s working theories in action 2011
Michael Denny A School for the 21st Century: Researching the impact of changing teacher practice on student learning 2009
Dr Judith Duncan Under-3-year-olds in kindergarten: children’s experiences and teachers’ practices 2006
Dr Judith Duncan Active adult participation in ECE: Enhancing learning and community wellness 2012
Dr Judith Duncan Homebased early childhood education (family day care) - The Visiting Teacher’s role in improving Educators’ practices 2009
Chris Eames Investigating teachers’ pedagogical approaches in environmental education that promote students’ action competence 2006
Chris Eames CoRe: A way to build pedagogical content knowledge for beginning teachers 2012
Dr Chris Eames Investigating the relationship between whole-school approaches to education for sustainability and student learning. 2009
Chris Eames, University of Waikato and Claudio Aguayo, Auckland University of Technology Using mobile learning in free-choice educational settings to enhance ecological literacy 2019
Professor Martin East Enhancing the intercultural capability of students of additional languages in New Zealand’s intermediate schools 2018
Assoc. Professor Lisa Emerson Enabling academic literacy: Smoothing the transition to tertiary learning 2015
Assoc. Professor Garry Falloon Exploring student thinking and problem solving in iPad-supported learning environments 2017
Michael Forret Understanding and enhancing learning communities in tertiary education in science and engineering 2007

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