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Kairangahau Matua/ Kaiwhakawhanake Rauemi | Senior Researcher/Resource Developer
- Masters of Education (Merit)
- Dip. Teaching Primary
- BA (Hons) in Education and History
Teresa is a Researcher and Resource Developer at NZCER.
She is involved in a wide range of projects including evaluations, the development of Maths assessment resources, the development of research-based tools, and exploratory research. Teresa sits on the applicant review panel for the Margaret Blackwell travel fellowship.
Teresa's research interests include:
- Play-based learning
- Maths education
- Curriculum and resource development
- Early career teachers
Teresa was a primary school teacher for over 16 years, teaching students at all year levels.
Research projects I have worked on:
|Year published||Title||Publication type||Category|
|2021||Aronuitia te reo: Insights from the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement||Journal article|
|2021||Aronuitia te reo: Te reo Māori resource deck||Classroom resource|
|2018||Fire safety in schools, kura, ECE centres, and kohanga reo: Looking to the future||Research report|
|2016||Rediscovering the ARBs||Journal article|
|2008||An evaluation of the CAS Pilot Project 2006-2007||Research report|
|2007||Understanding the unknown: Looking at algebraic thinking—number properties||Journal article|
|2006||Evaluation of the CAS pilot project||Research report|