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S. Bateman & M. Berryman (2007) He hui whakatika: Culturally responsive, self determining interventions for restoring harmony.. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Discusses the hui as a culturally appropriate strategy for discipline and restorative justice. Details the phases of engagement in the process. Highlights the role of kaitakawaenga (facilitator) working collaboratively with whānau members to seek resolution and restore harmony. Kairaranga, Issue 1, Volume 9, 6-12.

R. Bishop & C. Richardson & S. Tiakiwai & Berryman, (2003) Te Kotahitanga: The Experiences of Year 9 and 10 Māori Students in Mainstream Classrooms. Report to the Ministry of Education. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

This research project sought to investigate, by talking with Māori students (and other participants in their education), what was involved in improving their educational achievement. On the basis of these suggestions from the students, the research team developed an Effective Teaching Profile.

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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