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T. Cavanagh & L. Teddy & D. O’Sullivan & M. Berryman & R. Bishop (2007) The Experiences of Year 4 and 5 Māori students in Primary School Classrooms. Final Report to the Ministry of Education. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

This report (2007) explores factors that influence student achievement as experienced by Year 4 and 5 Māori students in mainstream primary schools. It draws on a series of in-depth interviews with Māori students themselves and those most intimately involved with their education.

Wearmouth, J. & Glynn, T. & Berryman, M. (2006) Supporting Students With Literacy Difficulties: A Responsive Approach (preview). Open University Press & McGraw-Hill Education

A preview of the book which examines different ways in which teachers and other adults, at school and at home, have created effective, responsive, social contexts for literacy learning. Approaches for helping students with learning difficulties are a focus throughout.

(2005) Journal of Education for International Understanding. Vol 1. (Pilot issue).. Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding

This includes two papers by Russell Bishop (2005): "Addressing education for international understanding in New Zealand" (pp 109-125), and "Education for international understanding: Formative Assessment, Feedback and Feed-forward in action" (pp126-133).

A. Powell & L. Teddy (2007) Te Kotahitanga: Improving the educational achievement of Māori students in mainstream education Phase 2: Towards a whole school approach.. Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

This research project builds on the Te Kotahitanga research and professional development project. It examines what happens when the professional development project is implemented in the whole school rather than a small number of teachers in a school. Other reports can be found via the Te Kotahitanga publications home page.

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