Ko te kete whakawaitara, he kete whakairo. He kete i waihangahia mai i te Whareporahau o Hineteiwaiwa. Ko ngā tuhinga kōrero kai roto i tēneki pukapuka i whaowhia mai ki te kete whakawaitara a Hineteiwaiwa hai whātui i ngā rauhī whakatara ā-rangahau.
Generations of New Zealanders have memories of themselves or their children at kindergarten, and new memories are being made every day. The first kindergartens appeared here in colonial times—a revolutionary idea imported from Germany that suggested children would unfold through play. This book tells the story of how those ideas were adopted, adapted, and thrived in New Zealand.
Ten inspirational case studies of how centre leaders, principals and leadership teams in high-needs New Zealand educational settings have enacted leadership towards a more equitable and democratic society. These stories share experiences of challenging leadership in diverse urban and rural contexts across early childhood, primary, intermediate and secondary schools.
In this issue: grading policies in China; AfL policies in Japan; English-language learners in NZ primary schools; group composing in NCEA music; online feedback in tertiary biology; personalised feedback in the writing classroom; technology and formative assessment.
22 September 2017
Beginning a new career as an academic is a daunting task. Carol Mutch’s latest book aims to demystify the process by providing new and intending academics with an insight in what to expect.