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M. Berryman & P. Woller (2007) RĀPP: Tape-assisted reading to support students’ literacy in Māori in two bilingual schools.. New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)

A literacy project aimed to raise the reading achievement of Māori students was conducted using Ripene Āwhina ki te Pānui Pukapuka (RĀPP), a tape-assisted reading resource for students learning to read in te reo Māori. SET Research Information for Teachers (2007) No. 2, 19-23.

R. Bishop & M. Berryman & C. Richardson (2001) Te Toi Huarewa: Effective teaching and learning strategies, and effective teaching materials for improving the reading and writing in Te Reo Māori of students aged five to nine in Māori medium education: Final report to the Ministry of Education.. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Te Toi Huarewa looks at effective teaching and learning strategies, and effective teaching materials for improving the reading and writing in te reo Māori of students aged five to nine in Māori-medium education. The main purpose of the project was to observe and collaboratively reflect upon the teaching and learning strategies used during literacy programmes by a range of year one to year five Māori-medium classroom teachers who were identified as effective.

R. Bishop & M. Berryman & C. Richardson (2001) Te Toi Huarewa. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Final report to the Ministry of Education: Effective teaching and learning strategies, and effective teaching materials for improving the reading and writing in Te Reo Māori of students aged 5 to 9 in Māori medium education.

M. Berryman & R. Walker & M. Reweti & K. O'Brien & S. Weiss (2000) An ecological approach to understanding behaviour: Comprehensive and culturally appropriate strategies towards student success. New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)

This article briefly explores some of the conceptual models developed to help teachers work with young people who present challenging behaviours. It offers a culturally appropriate educational strategy that can be applied in the home, school, and community to lead towards student success. SET Research Information for Teachers (2000) No. 2, 35-38.

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