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Eley, Elizabeth; Berryman, Mere – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2019
The vision of New Zealand's Ministry of Education is to "lift aspiration, raise educational achievement for every New Zealander". However, our national statistics show us that this goal remains elusive for many students, particularly those who identify as Maori. In order to both raise the educational achievement of all students, and to…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Academic Achievement
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Berryman, Mere; Eley, Elizabeth – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2019
In this paper, we consider New Zealand's education system to understand what can happen when we focus only on excellence and students reaching their potential, without simultaneously investing in their sense of belonging and wellbeing. National statistics suggest we are alienating and shortchanging an increasing number of students and, for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Minority Group Students, Racial Bias
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Bazin-Berryman, Mireille – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2018
Understanding the learning profiles of children, when teaching reading, affects the progress of their reading, in particular for children with Down syndrome. Specifically teaching word recognition, phonological awareness, orthographic knowledge, and comprehension, while understanding the ways in which children with Down syndrome learn, will…
Descriptors: Down Syndrome, Reading Skills, Word Recognition, Phonological Awareness
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Berryman, Mere; Eley, Elizabeth – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2017
This paper examines the vision and intent of New Zealand's Maori education policy, Ka Hikitia, and its implications on the daily lives of Maori students in New Zealand's education system. Extensive information on the secondary school experiences of "rangatahi" Maori (youth) have been gathered--originally in 2001 and at the end of 2015,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Pacific Islanders, Educational Policy, Cultural Influences
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Berryman, Tom; Sauvé, Lucie – Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
It is from historical perspectives on more than 40 years of environment related education theories, practices, and policies that we revisit what might otherwise become a tired conversation about environmental education and sustainable development. Our contemporary critical analysis of Stefan Bengtsson's research about policy making leads us to…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Educational Policy, Environmental Education, Educational Theories
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Berryman, Mere; Lawrence, Dawn; Lamont, Robbie – set: Research Information for Teachers, 2018
This article responds to increasing school and cross-sector interest surrounding culturally responsive pedagogy and the multiple ways that it is being discussed and understood. We try to bring clarity to how we have come to understand this term both as grounded in cultural relationships and as responsive to the prior knowledge and experiences of…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teaching Methods, Prior Learning, Foreign Countries
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Berryman, Mere; Egan, Margaret; Ford, Therese – International Journal of Leadership in Education, 2017
This paper discusses expectations, policies and practices that currently underpin education within the New Zealand context. It acknowledges the ongoing failure of this policy framework to positively influence reform for Indigenous Maori students in regular, state-funded schools and highlights the need for extensive change in the positioning and…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Disadvantaged, Educational Change, Ethnic Groups
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Berryman, Mere; Glynn, Ted; Woller, Paul – Higher Education Research and Development, 2017
We have collaborated for 25 years as indigenous Maori and non-Maori researchers undertaking research with Maori families, their schools and communities. We have endeavored to meet our responsibilities to the Maori people (indigenous inhabitants of New Zealand) and communities with whom we have researched, as well as meet the requirements and…
Descriptors: Cultural Context, Pacific Islanders, Ethnic Groups, Culturally Relevant Education
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Berryman, Mere; Eley, Elizabeth; Copeland, David – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
This paper presents three stories-over-time of the secondary schooling experiences of New Zealand's rangatahi Maori--or Maori youth. The stories span fifteen years of New Zealand schooling and are told from three perspectives: the experiences of the students as told in their own words; the voices of youth within the prevailing political contexts…
Descriptors: Pacific Islanders, Ethnic Groups, Secondary School Students, Student Experience
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Wright-Berryman, Jennifer; Hudnall, Greg; Bledsoe, Cathy; Lloyd, Mary – Children & Schools, 2019
To date, no suicide behavior data related to school-based peer suicide prevention programs have been published. The Hope Squad program uses trained students to intentionally facilitate help-seeking with distressed peers. Suicide concern contact data (SCCD) from school counseling centers were collected from 2013 to 2017 as part of routine…
Descriptors: Suicide, Help Seeking, Peer Influence, Gender Differences
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Berryman, Mere; Woller, Paul – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2013
Behavioural and learning difficulties experienced by students from minoritised cultural groups often arise because their cultural beliefs, values and preferred practices differ markedly from those of their teachers and their school. Research in New Zealand has shown that if inclusive education is to have real meaning for these students and their…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Foreign Countries, Disabilities, Indigenous Populations
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Wearmouth, Janice; Berryman, Mere – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2012
The disproportionately high rates of school exclusion and lower levels of academic achievement of students from particular minority ethnic groups have been a focus of investigation in educational research across the world for some time. This articles uses a communities of practice framework to examine how restorative practice can draw on family…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, At Risk Students, Minority Group Students, Low Achievement
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Blackerby, Christine – Social Education, 2008
For 53 years, Clifford K. Berryman was a political cartoonist for "The Washington Post" and "The Washington Evening Star". He drew thousands of cartoons commenting on the congressional and presidential candidates, campaigns, issues, and elections of the first half of the twentieth century. Berryman was a Washington institution, and his decades of…
Descriptors: Elections, Cartoons, Political Campaigns, United States History
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Hyde, Brendan – British Journal of Religious Education, 2011
For more than 30 years, the thinking and writing of Jerome W. Berryman has made a significant and unique contribution to the religious education of children and adults in faith-based contexts. Claiming to be influenced primarily by the work of Maria Montessori, his writings reveal the purpose of religious education to be teaching children the art…
Descriptors: Creativity, Play, Journal Articles, Montessori Method
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Bishop, Russell; Ladwig, James; Berryman, Mere – American Educational Research Journal, 2014
"Te Kotahitanga" is a research and professional development project that seeks to reduce educational disparities between indigenous Maori students and their non-Maori peers in New Zealand secondary schools. While evidence of the impact of the project on teachers' practice and the associated gains made by Maori students has been published…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Diversity, Indigenous Populations, Minority Group Students
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