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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.
M. Berryman & S.Bateman (2007) Effective bicultural leadership: A way to restore harmony at school and avoid suspension. New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)
This paper examines how a mainstream school principal supported by a Māori elder undertook hui whakatika procedures with teachers and family, rather than standing down or suspending a group of boys. SET Research Information for Teachers, 2008 No. 1, 25-29. Available online.
Ted Glynn & Janice Wearmouth & Mere Berryman (2005) Supporting students with literacy difficulties: A responsive approach (summary). Open University Press
This book by Ted Glynn, Janice Wearmouth, and Mere Berryman examines ways in which teachers and other adults, at school and at home, have created effective, responsive, social contexts for literacy learning. Chapter 1 and summary available online.
T. Glynn & V. Glynn & H. Grace & M.Berryman (2004) Activating whānau (extended family) processes within a community and school literacy partnership.. The University of Waikato
Describes the positive outcomes of a home and school literacy partnership in one mainstream primary school. Discusses the key reasons for the success of the home and school programme highlighting the role and cultural expertise of the home and school liaison worker. Journal of Māori and Pacific development : He puna kōrero, Sep 2004; v.5 n.2:p.14-30. Contact your library or University of Waikato for advice in obtaining this article.