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Bishop, R. & Berryman, M. (2012) Te Kotahitanga: Investigating the sustainability of the Te Kotahitanga Professional Development Project.. The National Institute for Research Excellence in Māori Development and Advancement, University of Auckland
Investigating the sustainability of the Te Kotahitanga Professional Development Project. This publication is not currently available online. Visit your local library or contact Waikato University for advice on obtaining this publication
(2012) Freeing ourselves from neocolonial domination in research: A Kaupapa Māori approach to creating knowledge. In Denzin, N. K., & Lincoln, Y. S. Handbook of qualitative research (3rd ed.), pp. 109-239.. Sage Publications
A Kaupapa Māori approach to research and creating knowledge.
James Ladwig (2012) Analytical Note: Initial results of estimating the effect of Te Kotahitanga’s model of pedagogy. James Ladwig
James Ladwig shows that two things are evident in this analysis: 1) the gains achieved by students in Te Kotahitanga schools in 2009 mathematics are substantially higher than the national averages, with moderate to strong effects for the majority of students, and 2) the positive effects associated with higher quality pedagogy increase as the quality of pedagogy increases – consistent with the rationale and purpose of Te Kotahitanga.
M. Berryman & R. Bishop (2011) Societal and cultural perspectives through a Te Kotahitanga lens. In Christine M. Rubie-Davies (Eds.), Educational Psycology: Concepts, Research and Challenges (pp. 249-267).. Routledge
This chapter discusses the disparity in educational outcomes of Māori students from both societal and cultural perspectives.
R. Bishop (2011) How effective leaders reduce educational disparities. In Robertson. J., & Timperley. (Eds.), Leadership and Learning (pp. 27-40).. SAGE Publications
This online chapter explores how leaders can reduce educational disparities, and presents a detailed investigation of the qualities of effective leadership. In Robertson. J., & Timperley. (Eds.), Leadership and Learning (pp. 27-40). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
R. Bishop (2011) Education leaders can reduce educational disparities. International Handbook of Leadership for Learning: Part Two. (pp. 1069-1081).. Springer Science+Business Media
This online chapter is about how education leaders can reduce educational disparities through strategic goal setting, supporting effective pedagogies, promoting distributed leadership, enacting inclusivity, using evidence, and owning the need for reform. In International Handbook of Leadership for Learning: Part Two (pp. 1069-1081). Springer.
J. Wearmouth & M. Berryman (2011) Parent, family, and community support for addressing difficulties in literacy. In C. Wyatt-Smith, & J. Elkins. (Eds.), Multiple perspectives on difficulties in learning literacy and numeracy (pp 179-196).. Springer Science+Business Media
Parent, family and community support for addressing difficulties in literacy. Chapter 8 (online preview) in C. Wyatt-Smith, & J. Elkins. (Eds.), Multiple perspectives on difficulties in learning literacy and numeracy (pp 179-196). Springer, Netherlands.
R. Bishop (2011) A culturally responsive pedagogy of relations. The Professional Practice of Teaching (pp. 185-204).. Cengage Learning
This chapter by Russell Bishop (online preview) explores ways to address disparities in the achievement of Māori students in mainstream education. This examination is further informed by a range of studies into effective innovation in Māori medium schooling. The Professional Practice of Teaching (pp. 185-204), Cengage Learning.
R. Bishop (2011) Freeing ourselves: An indigenous response to neo-colonial dominance in research, classrooms, schools and education systems.. Sense Publications
Bishop, R. (2011). An indigenous response to neo-colonial dominance in research, classrooms, schools, and education systems. This publication is not currently available online. Contact your local library or University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this publication.
Dominic O'Sullivan & Mere Berryman & Russell Bishop (2010) Scaling up education reform: Addressing the politics of disparity (review). NZCER Press
Using the Te Kotahitanga programme as a model, the authors branch out from the project itself to seek to uncover how an educational reform can become both extendable and sustainable. Review of the book by Dominic O’Sullivan, Mere Berryman, and Russell Bishop.
R. Bishop (2010) Discursive Positioning and Educational Reform. In May S., & Sleeter C. (Eds.), Critical Multiculturalism: Theory and Praxis (pp. 61-71).. Routledge
Educational reform and discursive positioning. This online chapter explores the positioning, often in deficit terms, of Māori students in New Zealand education. In May S., & Sleeter C. (Eds.), Critical Multiculturalism: Theory and Praxis (pp. 61-71). New York: Routledge.
R. Bishop & M. Berryman (2010) Te Kotahitanga: Culturally responsive professional development for teachers.. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
Online preview. This paper focuses on the professional learning opportunities developed for classroom teachers within the Te Kotahitanga project to support the development of more effective classroom relationships and interactions with Māori students. This has resulted in Māori students attending school more regularly, engaging as learners and achieving to levels where they begin to realise their true potential. Paper prepared for Teacher Development: An International Journal of Teachers Professional Development, 14(2), 173-187.
(2010) Commentary on ’Family obligations in Micronesian cultures; Implications for educators’.. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
Online preview. The system of family obligations in Micronesian cultures is described, and its role in the priorities and behaviours of families around schooling of their children is explored through emergent themes of (a) identity, (b) family relationships, (c) family roles, and (d) responsibilities. In International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 23 (6) pp 691 – 698.
R. Bishop (2010) Diversity and educational disparities: the role of teacher education. In OECD, Educating Teachers for Diversity: Meeting the Challenge (pp. 119-135).. OECD Publishing
The role of teacher education. This chapter is available online. In OECD, Educating Teachers for Diversity: Meeting the Challenge (pp. 119-135). OECD Publishing.