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Author(s): Nicola Bright, Maraea Hunia, John Huria
Publication type: Literature review

He rangahau i whakaritea mā Te Mātāwai, e Te Wāhanga - Te Rangahau Mātauranga o Aotearoa, i te tau 2019

20 May 2021
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Publication type: Research report

Te Wāhanga, on behalf of Oranga Tamariki, produced this report on the benefits of Social Workers in Schools (SWiS) in kura kaupapa Māori and kura ā-iwi (kura), using a kaupapa Māori approach.  

The report made six recommendations for Oranga Tamariki to consider: 

28 May 2020
Author(s): Sue McDowall and Rosemary Hipkins
Publication type: Research report

This report presents the findings from a research project on curriculum integration in New Zealand schools, carried out by NZCER in 2018–19.

The purpose of the research was to explore teachers’ rationales for curriculum integration; the approaches and practices used to integrate curriculum; and the learning opportunities such approaches provide for students.

19 December 2019
Author(s): Julie Roberts, Vince Wright
Publication type: Conference proceedings

Proceedings research article for the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA) Annual Conference 2019. 

Proceedings APA: G. Hine, S. Blackley, & A. Cooke (Eds.). Mathematics Education Research: Impacting Practice (Proceedings of the 42nd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia). Perth: MERGA.

26 November 2019
Author(s): Cathy Wylie, Sue McDowall, and Hilary Ferral
Publication type: Research report

How do you support busy school leaders and teachers to take advantage of the strong body of evidence now available about effective teaching, school, and leadership practices?

How do we grow our understanding of teaching, school, and principal leadership practices nationally, so that the system can learn and improve? What are the strengths and needs of our educators and schools? And are new policies having their intended effect?

The Teaching, School, and Principal Leadership Practices Survey tool (TSP)1 was designed to meet these needs. 

21 November 2019
Author(s): Cathy Wylie, Sue McDowall, and Hilary Ferral
Publication type: Research summary

The Teaching, School, and Principal Leadership Practices Survey tool (TSP) was available for free school use for the second consecutive year in 2018. It was used by 265 schools that wanted an evidence base for understanding and developing their practices for the benefit of students. 

This report gives the aggregate picture for those schools. Compared with the national school picture, schools using the TSP included fewer small, rural, decile 1–2 schools, and schools with high Māori enrolment.

21 November 2019
Author(s): Cathy Wylie
Publication type: Research report

Summary

This longitudinal NZCER project has tracked the development of a group of learners from when they were in early childhood education, through school and into adulthood. Over the years, its findings have been well used in policy and practice. The final phase of the project returned to the cohort when they were 26. Two reports from this phase are now available, with a third report coming in late 2019.

23 August 2019
Author(s): Cathy Wylie and Karen Vaughan
Publication type: Research report

Summary

The Competent Learners study has followed a cohort of young New Zealanders' development from when they were in early childhood education, through school and into adulthood. Over the years, its findings have been well used in policy and practice. The final phase of the project returned to the cohort when they were 26. Two reports from this phase are now available, with a third report coming in late 2019. 

23 August 2019
Author(s): Cathy Wylie
Publication type: Research report

This longitudinal NZCER project has tracked the development of a group of learners from when they were in early childhood education, through school and into adulthood. Over the years, its findings have been well used in policy and practice. The final phase of the project returned to the cohort when they were 26. Three reports from this phase are now available.

Longitudinal study gives valuable insights into the lives of New Zealanders in their mid-20s

15 August 2019
Author(s): Rachel Bolstad and Sue McDowall
Publication type: Research report

This report discusses the potential of games to support learning, and what innovative game-based (or “gameful”) learning and teaching practices can look like in a range of New Zealand school settings. Over 2 years, we undertook fieldwork in 14 schools, interviewed 21 teachers and more than 100 students ranging from Year 3 to Year 13. We looked at learning and teaching practices involving all kinds of games (physical, role play, tabletop, and digital), and how games, game design, or gamification fitted in with teachers’ curriculum and pedagogical goals.

15 May 2019

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