All projects

Leadersort descending Title
Dr Frances Edwards and Prof Bronwen Cowie Zooming out and zooming in on student data: Developing teacher data literacy to enhance teaching and learning
Lisa Emerson and Ken Kilpin Transforming information literacy space(s) to support student learning
Professor Letitia Fickel Co-constructing a culturally and linguistically sustaining, Te Tiriti-based Ako framework for socio-emotional wellbeing in education: A collaborative project among teachers, whānau, hapū and iwi to enable a holistic approach to education
Leeana Herewini and Ngārewa Hāwera Māku anō e hanga, i toku nei whare - I will build my own house
Assoc. Professor Mary Hill Observing assessment for learning in action: Piloting an observation tool to inform teacher assessment learning and research
Assoc. Professor Sergiy Klymchuk (AUT) and Emeritus Professor Mike Thomas (University of Auckland) Investigating the Impact of Non-Routine Problem Solving on Creativity, Engagement and Intuition of STEM Tertiary Students
Andrew Luxton and Ewan Tempero Supporting teachers and learners of programming by understanding feedback on syntax, semantics and style
Sasha Matthewman Tuhia ki te Ao - Write to the natural world
Dr Tara McLaughlin Data, knowledge, action: Exploring sustained shared thinking to deepen young children’s learning
Dr Frauke Meyer and Linda Bendikson Leading effective Goal-Setting to Improve School Outcomes
Dr Andrea Milligan Contributing to change? Responding to future-focused issues through education outside the classroom.
Assoc. Professor Linda Mitchell Strengthening belonging and identity of refugee and immigrant children through early childhood education
Professor Missy Morton Using narrative assessment to support secondary school teachers’ inclusive practices.
Assoc. Professor Nancy November and Dr Ema Wolfgramm-Foliaki Pathways to the Past: Effective Pedagogies for Māori and Pasifika Students in the Historical Disciplines
Assoc. Professor Tracy Riley and Dist. Professor Anne Noble Investigating STEM to STEAM using the apiscope as a tool for differentiated teaching and learning
Elizabeth Schaughency and Elaine Reese (University of Otago) Supporting Teaching and Learning in Home-Based Early Childhood Education