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R. Bishop (2011) How effective leaders reduce educational disparities. In Robertson. J., & Timperley. (Eds.), Leadership and Learning (pp. 27-40).. SAGE Publications

This online chapter explores how leaders can reduce educational disparities, and presents a detailed investigation of the qualities of effective leadership. In Robertson. J., & Timperley. (Eds.), Leadership and Learning (pp. 27-40). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

R. Bishop (2011) Education leaders can reduce educational disparities. International Handbook of Leadership for Learning: Part Two. (pp. 1069-1081).. Springer Science+Business Media

This online chapter is about how education leaders can reduce educational disparities through strategic goal setting, supporting effective pedagogies, promoting distributed leadership, enacting inclusivity, using evidence, and owning the need for reform. In International Handbook of Leadership for Learning: Part Two (pp. 1069-1081). Springer.

Dominic O'Sullivan & Mere Berryman & Russell Bishop (2010) Scaling up education reform: Addressing the politics of disparity (review). NZCER Press

Using the Te Kotahitanga programme as a model, the authors branch out from the project itself to seek to uncover how an educational reform can become both extendable and sustainable. Review of the book by Dominic O’Sullivan, Mere Berryman, and Russell Bishop.

R. Bishop & M. Berryman (2010) Te Kotahitanga: Culturally responsive professional development for teachers.. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group

Online preview. This paper focuses on the professional learning opportunities developed for classroom teachers within the Te Kotahitanga project to support the development of more effective classroom relationships and interactions with Māori students. This has resulted in Māori students attending school more regularly, engaging as learners and achieving to levels where they begin to realise their true potential. Paper prepared for Teacher Development: An International Journal of Teachers Professional Development, 14(2), 173-187.

R. Bishop, & M. Berryman & L. Cavanagh & L. Teddy & S. Clapham & R. Lamont & A. Jeffries & S. Copas & A. Siope & D. Jaram (2008) Te Kotahitanga: Towards sustainability and replicability in 2006 and 2007.. The University of Waikato

Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Cavanagh, T., Teddy, L., Clapham, S., Lamont, R., Jeffries, A., Copas, S., Siope, A., & Jaram, D. (2008). Te Kotahitanga: Towards sustainability and replicability in 2006 and 2007: Report to the Ministry of Education. Hamilton: University of Waikato Te Kotahitanga Research and Professional Development Team. Contact your library or The University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this article.

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.

R. Bishop (2004) Addressing self-determination in research: A Kaupapa Māori approach.. SAGE Publications

Bishop. R. (2004) Addressing self-determination in research: A Kaupapa Māori approach. Qualitative Inquiry. 11:5. Contact your library or University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this article.

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.

R. Bishop (2003) Changing power relations in education: Kaupapa Māori messages for ‘mainstream’ education in Aotearoa/New Zealand.. Taylor & Francis Ltd

This paper explores how 'deficit' notions of Māori students can be addressed and replaced by an alternative model that emphasises empowerment, co-construction, and the importance of cultural recognition. Bishop. R. (2003) Comparative Education. 39 (2) 221-238. Preview only. Contact your library or University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this article.

Russell Bishop & Ted Glynn (1999) Culture Counts: Changing Power Relations in Education (preview). Dunmore Press Limited

Bishop,R., & Glynn, T (1999). This book traces the development of patterns of cultural dominance and subordination, its origins and impacts. It then explores an alternative model of relationships, including in the education context. Dunmore Press Limited.

R. Bishop (1992) A focus for student research. University of Otago

Bishop, R. (1992). A focus for student research. In R. Bishop, J. Bradley & R. Tokona (Eds), Rangahau Tauira: Examples of student research. Monograph No. 2, Te Ropu Rangahau Tikanga Rua, Department of Education, University of Otago. pp. 1-13. Contact your local library or The University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this publication.

R. Bishop (2008) GPILSEO: A model for sustainable educational reform. In New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. v43, no2.. New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)

Bishop, R., (2008) GPILSEO: A model for sustainable educational reform. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. v43, no2, NZCER Press (pp. 47-62). This article provides a model that addresses the concerns of both culturalist and structuralist positions for educational reform at classroom, school and system-wide levels. Contact your local library or University of Waikato for advice on obtaining this article.

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