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Papers and Presentations

Theses/ Dissertations Supervised and Completed:

PhD Māori participation in higher education. Tainui graduates from the University of Waikato, 1992 to 1998. Sarah Tiakiwai.

MEd Maketu-Native School. Ramarie Raureti. Completed August 2000.

M.SocSc Tihei Mauriora: Evaluation of Māori Nursing practices. Victoria

Simon. August 2000.

MEd The Conceptualisation of Non-Formal Education with a Focus on the Melanesian Pacific. Christina Reymer. Completed November 1999.

PhD Māori Studies, Treaty Praxis and the University. University of Otago. Godfrey Pohatu. commenced 1994- completed February 199

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Bishop, R. (2007). Creating a culturally responsive pedagogy of relations. Proceedings of the Narrowing the Gap: Addressing Educational Disadvantage Conference. National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia (SiMERR), University of New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia; 26-28 April 2007. (p. 132).

Bishop, R. (2000). Changing power relations in education: Kaupapa Māori messages for mainstream education. Proceedings of DEANZ 2000 Conference. Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1996). Collaborative Storying as Research. Proceedings of the World Indigenous People’s Conference: Education. Albuquerque, New Mexico. June, 1996.

Bishop, R & Graham, S. (1996). Implementing Treaty of Waitangi Charter Goals in Tertiary Institutions: A Case Study. Proceedings of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education Annual Conference, Nelson.

Bishop, R. & Kapa, A. (1993). Student practicum as participant driven empowering research. in Barrett, S., Gold, M. & Lawn, L. (eds.). Proceedings of the Inaugural Special Education Service Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 19-29.

Bishop, R. & Glynn, T. (1993). ‘Participant driven empowering research: Issues arising in a bicultural context’. Proceedings of the joint New Zealand Association for Research in Education/Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Geelong, Australia. (on diskette).

Bishop, R. & Kapa, A. (1993). Student practicum as participant driven empowering research: A preliminary investigation. Proceedings of the joint New Zealand Association for Research in Education/Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Geelong, Australia. (on diskette).

Bishop, R. & Glynn, T. (1993). Participant driven empowering research: Issues arising in a bicultural context. in Barrett, S., Gold, M. & Lawn, L. (eds). Proceedings of the Inaugural Special Education Service Conference, Dunedin. New Zealand pp.30-39.

Bishop, R. (1991). The impact of a mission school education on a bicultural family in Lower Waikato, New Zealand, 1840-1865. In Klye, N.J. (ed) Australia and New Zealand History of Education Studies Conference Proceeding, Wollongong, Australia. (1991) 91-100.

Keynote Presentations

Bishop, R. (2008). Quality Relationships for positive outcomes. Keynote presentation to the Ministry of Youth Development, 30 th June. Wellington, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2008). Te Kotahitanga: Improving Māori students’ educational achievement. Keynote presentation to Reading Conference, 7 July. Hamilton, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2008). Addressing improvement through caring and learning relationships. Keynote presentation to English Teachers’ Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2008). Evaluation as a means of improving Māori student achievement. Keynote presentation to Evaluation Association of New Zealand, 16 th July. Rotorua, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2008) Te Kotahitanga: Improving Māori student achievement. Keynote presentation to Massey University School Support Services staff, 23 July. Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2008). The NZ Education Context – an indigenous perspective. Keynote presentation to ICSEI (International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement), 6-9 January. Auckland, New Zealand. www.icsei08.org.nz.

Bishop, R. (2007). Addressing Diversity and Educational Disparities. Invited presentation to OECD Experts meeting on Education and Diversity, 17-18 th December, Brussels, Belgium.

Bishop, R. (2007). Reinventing Higher Education: Partnerships in Development. Keynote panel presentation to UNESCO-APEID Conference, 13 th December. Bangkok, Thailand.

Bishop, R. (2007). Developing and Sustaining a Culturally Responsive Pedagogy of Relations. Keynote presentation to Deshkal Society International Conference, 14-16 December. New Delhi, India

Bishop, R. (2007). GPILSEO: A Model for educational reform. Keynote presentation to NZARE Conference, 8 th December. Christchurch, New Zealand

Bishop, R. (2007). Creating Spaces for Indigenous Voices in Mainstream Education Settings: Te Kotahitanga as Counter Narrative. Keynote presentation to the 3 rd Cultural Collaborations Forum, 9-10 July. Alice Springs, N.T, Australia.

Bishop, R. (2007). Indigenous Self-Determination in Research: The Interview as Collaborative Storying. The 9 th Indigenous Researchers’ Forum, 11-13 July. Alice Springs, N.T, Australia.

Bishop, R. (2007). Te Kotahitanga: Messages for Mainstream Eductors. Keynote presentation to Learning @ School Conference, 20-23 February. Rotorua, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2006) Implementing and Sustaining the Benefits of Educational Reform for Indigenous Peoples. Keynote presentation to 4 th National Indigenous Education Conference, 27-29 November. Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

Bishop, R. (2006). Health Physical Education Recreation Sport Dance Oceania Congress – Fusion. Keynote presentation at Wellington Convention Centre. 1-4 October. Wellington, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2006). Equity & Excellence: Are both achievable? A case study in Maori Education. Keynote presentation for University of Waikato - The Centre for Continuing Education (co-presenter Dr Pita Sharples). 23 August. Hamilton, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2005). Te Kotahitanga: Kaupapa Maori Research in Action. Presentation to PRIDE project workshop on Teacher Education. 28 November. Apia, Samoa.

Bishop, R. (2005). Maori Student Achievement. Keynote address to The First-Time Principals Programme. The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education. 4 October. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2005). Strengthened relationships – enhanced learning. Keynote address to the 5 th Annual Professional Development Symposium – The Politics of Early Childhood Education. The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education. 27-28 September. Auckland, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2005). Challenges for the profession: Messages from Te Kotahitanga. Keynote address to International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching and The school of Education NSW Conference, July. Sydney, Australia.

Bishop, R. (2005). Te Kotahitanga: Improving indigenous education through dialogic pedagogy and research. Keynote address to Vancouver School Board, School leadership centre at UBC, April. Canada.

Bishop, R. (2005). Panelist for Quality teachers Quality teaching: Creating a new agenda for action by practitioners, researchers and policy makers Forum. Keynote presentation to Melbourne Business School, May. Australia.

Bishop, R. (2004). Addressing education for international understanding in New Zealand. Workshop of Education of International Understanding (EIU) hosted by Asia-Pacific Center of Education for International Understanding, December. Korea.

Bishop, R. (2004). Quality education and social inclusion. Keynote & principal address to workshop 2A of International Conference on education (ICE)-“Quality education for all young people: challenges, trends and priorities”, 8-11 September. Geneva, Switzerland. International Bureau of education (IBE)/UNESCO.

Bishop, R. (2004). Repositioning for self-determination. Keynote address to 3 rd Pan-Commonwealth Conference, 4-8 July. Dunedin, Aotearoa

Bishop, R. (2004). Addressing quality education for all students. Keynote address to Ministry of Education Symposium on Quality Education

Bishop, R. (2004). Formative assessment, evidence-based practice and sustainability. Keynote presentation to Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Education Section, September. Paris.

Bishop, R. (2004). Te Kotahitanga & research to aid indigenous students in New Zealand. Invited presentation, September, Sami University College. Kautokeina, Northern Norway.

Bishop, R. (2004). Multicultural meeting grounds. Paper presentation, Ethnic border zones & everyday life in Northern Norway seminar, September. Alta University College, Norway.

Bishop, R. (2004). The cultural setting of New Zealand education. Invited presentation, September. Finnmark University College, Norway.

Bishop, R. (2004). “An effective teaching profile for engaging indigenous students in mainstream schools”. Invited lecture presentations, April. Queens University, Canada.

Bishop, R. (2002). Changing Māori educational achievement. Keynote address to School Advisory Services Conference.

Bishop,R. (2001). Experiences of year 9 and 10 Māori Students in the classroom. Keynote address to biannual TEFANZ Forum. Auckland College of Education, 2 August.

Bishop,R. (2001). Issues of Representation, Issues of Legitimation. Keynote address 30 th International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) Conference 201, 10 July. Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand

Bishop,R. (2001). Addressing Aspirations for Self-Determination : An Indigenous/Māori Approach. Keynote presentation to 11 th World Congress of Comparative Education Societies. National University of Education, Kangnae-myun, Cheongwon-kun, 2-6 July. Chungbuk, Korea.

Bishop, R. (2001).Addressing Māori aspirations for Early Childhood Education. Keynote address to Early Childhood Conference, 21 June. Parnell, Auckland.

Bishop, R. (2001).The Centrality of Culture in Educational Theorising. Open Lecture: Visiting Scholar. Laurentian University, Sudbury, 28 May-1 June. Ontario, Canada.

Berryman, M., Macfarlane, A., Mckinley, E., Waitere-Ang, H., Bishop, R. (2000). Kaupapa Māori research: Critical views. Keynote panel discussion at NZARE, 4-7 Dec. Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Bishop, R. (2000). Addressing educational achievement for Māori. Chaired and organised Kaupapa Māori panel at NZARE, Nov 30 to Dec 3.

Bishop, R. (2000). Models for an optimal society. Keynote address, July. Hamilton, Bahai Conference.

Bishop, R. (2000). New metaphors in education. A Keynote address. Maidstone Intermediate School Professional Development Day, 11/12 April. Solway Park Conference Centre, Masterton, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2000). New metaphors in education. Keynote Address. Teachers’ Refresher Course Committee, 11th April. New Plymouth, New Zealand

Bishop, R. (2000). The Treaty of Waitangi: Implications for Institutions. Keynote Address: Staff development for Wellington College of Education, February. Wellington. New Zealand

Bishop, R. (2000). New Metaphors in Education. Keynote Address: Early Childhood Coordinators Professional Development Hui, Februrary. Auckland, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1999). Kaupapa Māori Research: An indigenous approach to creating knowledge. Keynote address to Psychology Student Symposium, September. Department of Psychology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1999). Institutional Commitments to the Treaty of Waitangi. Keynote address. New Zealand Administration Society Conference Evaluating. 22-24 January.

Bishop, R. (1999). Addressing Power Sharing in Education: Kaupapa Māori Messages for Mainstream Institutions. Panelist at Innovations for Effective Schooling Conference.. 25-28 August. Published on website and in Conference proceedings.

Bishop, R. (1998) Student Centred Learning: Educational Practice that Addresses Cultural Diversity. Keynote Address: Distance Education Association of New Zealand, 27th June. Lake Plaza Hotel, Rotorua, New Zealand

Bishop,R. (1995) Freeing ourselves from neo-colonial domination in research: An indigenous approach to creating knowledge. Keynote Address: New Zealand Association for Research in Education, December. Massey University. Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Bishop,R. (1989) Opening message as Conference Convenor. Keynote Speaker: Whakamua Ki 1990 Conference. Wellington College of Education, Wellington, New Zealand

Conference Papers

Bishop. R & Berryman, M. (2010). Te Kotahitanga: Culturally responsive professional development for teachers. American Education Research Association (AERA) 2010 Annual Meeting: Understanding Complex Ecologies in a changing world. Denver, Colorado; 30 April - 4 May 2010. (pp. 1-12)

Bishop. R, O'Sullivan, D & Berryman, M. (2010). Scaling up: The politics of potential. American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2010 Annual Meeting: Understanding Complex Ecologies in a Changing World. Denver, Colorado; 30 April - 4 May 2010. (pp. 1-10).

Bishop. R, Berryman. M, Lamont. R & Cavanagh. T. (2007). The Te Kotahitanga observation tool: Development use, reliability and validity. New Zealand Association for Rsearch in Education (NZARE) National Conference. University of Cantebury, Christchurch, New Zealand. 4-7 December 2007. (pp. 1-19)

Bishop. R, Berryman. M, Cavanagh. T, Teddy. L, Clapham. S & Walker. R. (2006). Te kotahitanga phase 3: whanaungatanga: Addressing the problem of improving Maori student achievement. New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) National Conference. Grand Tiara HOte, Rotorua; 5-8 December 2006. (pp. 1-39)

Bishop. R, Berryman, M, Cavanagh, T., (2006). Te Kotahitanga: Maori Epistemology and School Reform. AERA, San Diego, USA

Bishop, R., (2004) Researching in indigenous contexts: messages for mainstream institutions. AERA, San Diego, USA

Bishop, R., Berryman, M., & Shields, C. (2003) Addressing self determination of indigenous peoples. Symposium presented to NZARE annual conference, Auckland. New Zealand.

Bishop, R., & Tiakiwai, S-J. (2003) Improving the educational achievement of Māori Students in Mainstream Classrooms. Paper presented to Hui Taumata Mātauranga, Taupo. New Zealand.

Berryman, M. & Bishop, R. (2002) Māori Children’s Experiences of Schooling: A work in progress report. Paper presented to 9 th International learning Conference, Beijing. China

Bishop, R., Richardson, C., Tiakiwai, S-J. (2002) Effective Teaching for Māori students in Māori medium and Mainstream settings. Paper presentation to Researching with others: crossing the divides, bridging research, building relationships conference, July 7–10th July. Tane-Nui-a-Rangi Marae, Auckland University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Berryman, M., Bishop, R. (2002). The Experiences of Indigenous Māori Students in New Zealand Classrooms, Research in Progress. TEFANZ Conference, August. Wellington, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (2002). De-Pathologizing the Lived Experiences of Children: Māori Children’s Experiences of schooling: A working progress report. An Interactive Symposium, AERA, New Orleans.

Bishop, R., Berryman. M. & Richardson, C. (2002) Te Toi Huarewa: Effective Teaching in Māori-medium settings. AERA Symposium Presentation, April. New Orleans.

Bishop,R. (2001). Culture counts: Messages for international contexts. Panel presentation to the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference. Chaired by Carolyn M Shields, 22-26 May. University of British Colombia, Quebec, Canada.

Bishop,R. (2001). Kaupapa Māori messages for mainstream institutions. Address on Teacher Education in New Zealand. NZARE panel delegation to the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference, 22-26 May. Quebec, Canada.

Hall, A., & Bishop,R. (2000) Teachers, ethics, professionalism and cultural diversity. A paper presented at the First Conference of the Teacher education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand, 30 August-1 September. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Glynn, T., & Richardson, C. (2000). A model for developing diagnostic assessment tools in Māori medium education. A tabled paper presented to Language Revitalisation Symposium: Xornados de Lingua e Literatura Galegas, Centro Ramón Piñeiro, Santiago di Compostella, Galicia, Spain, June.

Glynn,T., Berryman, M., O’Brien, K., & Bishop, R. (2000). Responsive written feedback on students’ writing in a Māori language revitalisation context. A paper presented to Language Revitalisation Symposium: Xornados de Lingua e Literatura Galegas, Centro Ramón Piñeiro, Santiago di Compostella, Galicia, Spain, June.

Bishop,R. (1999). Changing power relations in education: Kaupapa Māori messages for mainstream institutions. Nationalism, identity and minority rights: Sociological and political perspectives conference, 16-19 September. Bristol, England.

Bishop,R. (1999). Culture counts: Changing power relations in education. Teacher education for peace and international understanding conference, September. Tokyo.

Bishop,R. (1997). Narratives as Pedagogy. (Re)mapping Teacher Education for the next Decade Conference. QUT Rockhampton, Australia.

Bishop,R (1996) Collaborative storying as research. World Indigenous People’s Conference: Education. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Bishop,R. & Glynn, T. (1994) Kaupapa Māori issues in special education. New Zealand Special Education Association National conference. Christchurch College of Education, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Bishop,R. (1994) Collaborative stories: Addressing kaupapa Māori research issues. New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference. University of Canterbury, Christchurch New Zealand.

Bishop,R. & Glynn, T. (1994). Implications of the Treaty of Waitangi for pedagogy and research. New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Bishop,R. & Glynn, T. (1993) Cross-cultural competence. Inaugural Special Education Service Conference, Dunedin College of Education, Dunedin. New Zealand.

Bishop, R. & Kapa, A. (1993) Student practicum as participant driven empowering research. Inaugural Special Education Service Conference Dunedin College of Education, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1993). Participant driven empowering research as post colonial reconstruction. Post Colonial Formations Conference. Griffiths University, Brisbane, Australia.

Bishop, R. (1992). Participant Driven Empowering Research. Summer Workshop for developing Intercultural Coursework Institute of Culture and Communication, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Bishop, R. & Glynn, T. (1992). Participant driven empowering research: Issues arising in a bicultural context. New Zealand Association for Research in Education/Australian Association for Research in Education Joint Conference. Deakin University, Geelong, Australia.

Bishop, R. & Kapa, A. (1992). Student practicum as participant driven empowering research: A preliminary investigation. New Zealand and Association for Research in Education/Australian Association for Research in Education Joint Conference Deakin University, Geelong, Australia.

Bishop, R. (1991). The impact of a mission school education on a bilingual family. Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society Conference. University of Wollongong, Australia.

Bishop, R. (1991). The educational needs of Māori children in Otago/Southland. Seminar organiser, New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference. Knox College, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1991). Te Ropu Rangahau Tikanga Rua: The need for emancipatory research, under the control of Māori people for the betterment of Māori people. New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference. Knox College, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bishop R. (1991). Ko te Whakawhanaungatanga tikanga rua: Rediscovery of a bicultural family: Some methodological and ethical considerations. New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference. Knox College, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bishop, R. (1991).The impact of a mission school education on a bicultural family in Lower Waikato, New Zealand, 1840-1865. Australia, New Zealand History of Education Society. University of Wollongong, Australia.

Bishop, R. & Glynn, T. (1990) He Kanohi Kitea. New Zealand Association for Research in Education. Auckland College of Education. Auckland, New Zealand.

Administrative Conference Involvement

Organising Committee (2000), NZARE, Nov 30 – Dec 3

Organising Committee (2000), Bilingualism at the ends of the earth: promoting indigenous languages from Galician to Māori. Nov 24 to 26

Organising Committee (2000). Visit to Galicia for Symposium, June/July

Organising Committee(1999) for Te Ha o Te Reo. Hamilton, November

Audio Visual Recordings

Bishop, R. (2000). Māori preferred research strategies. For University of Otago, School of Education. Dunedin 15 November

Bishop, R.& Gasson, R. (1997) Addressing Cultural Diversity in New Zealand. Information Services. University of Otago

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