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Millin, Tracey; Spronken-Smith, Rachel; Millin, Mark – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Postgraduate research candidature support, support of supervisory teams, and assistance with examination and assessment requirements are some of the crucial elements in a successful postgraduate student's study experience. While there is a large body of research on Doctoral supervision, less is available on Master's level supervision and support.…
Descriptors: Supervision, Benchmarking, Best Practices, Graduate Students
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Browne, Jade – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Several years have passed since the removal of National Standards, however the current provision and enactment of music education in New Zealand remains unknown. Using a case study, this article seeks to illustrate the current practice of music education at one high decile primary school. This study finds that despite the removal National…
Descriptors: National Standards, Foreign Countries, Music Education, Elementary School Students
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Hill, Richard – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Good school leadership skills are critical to positive student learning outcomes; however, within Maori-medium programmes, leaders need additional skills pertaining to the Maori world and bilingual education best practices. Level 2 Maori medium programmes with 51-80% Maori language instruction offer a unique brand of bilingual education to the New…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Malayo Polynesian Languages, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Reynolds, Martyn – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
A relational approach focusses on connections between things, assuming that all things exist in relatedness. In this article, attention is given to the relationship between innovative learning environments (ILE) as described in literature, and elements of the field of Pacific education. In order to investigate this relationship, I take a layered…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Pacific Islanders, Ethnic Groups, Educational Innovation
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Russell, Elizabeth – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Compulsory teaching of Aotearoa New Zealand histories has potential to change how this country's young people think and feel about themselves. However, achieving the new curriculum's vision of a more thoughtful and responsible citizenry is unlikely to be straightforward. For Pakeha secondary school students, descendants of European settlers, the…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Response, Foreign Countries
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McNeill, Brigid; Gillon, Gail T. – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
The implementation of lockdowns that include the closure of educational facilities for face to face teaching has been one of the strategies used internationally to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Research suggests lockdowns are associated with negative impacts on children's psycho-social functioning, Most research, however, has been…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Closing, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Ide, Kanako W. – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This article explores a P4C-style of response to criticisms addressed to P4C's inconsistencies. The main argument against P4C is that, although P4C theory stands for, by, and with children in terms of educational philosophy, P4C advocates do not follow the same approach when they defend P4C theory from criticism. By developing a discussion about…
Descriptors: Children, Philosophy, Educational Theories, Criticism
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Scott, Amy; Gillon, Gail; McNeill, Brigid; Gath, Megan – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
A controlled intervention study supported the effectiveness of teachers implementing an integrated intervention ("Better Start Literacy Approach"; "BSLA") to accelerate foundational literacy skills for children in Year 1 with low levels of oral language ability in a community with significant challenges to effective teaching…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Educational Change, Emergent Literacy, Language Skills
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Hughson, Taylor Alexander – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This article seeks to explain how Aotearoa New Zealand moved from a consensus that the New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) should grant a high degree of autonomy to teachers, to an emerging view that it ought to be more prescriptive about content. To do this, it takes an assemblage approach to policy analysis, understanding policies as constantly…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, National Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Professional Autonomy
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Shephard, Kerry – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
New Zealand's Education and Training Act (Education and Training Act 2020 establishment of institutions, https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2020/0038/latest/LMS202213.html, 2020) confirms that the principal aim of universities is to develop intellectual independence. The act does not stipulate what intellectual independence is or how…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Role, Higher Education, Intellectual Freedom
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Smith, Megan – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Parental engagement is a common theme of education policy in most countries. In Aotearoa New Zealand, policies frame parental engagement in broad terms giving schools flexibility in enacting them. However, the generality assumes the complex and differentiated activities associated with parental engagement are well understood, leaving schools with…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Elementary School Students, Educational Policy, Policy Analysis
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Cunningham, Emma; Jesson, Rebecca; Wendt Samu, Tanya – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
In this article, we focus on how Pacific family support places success of individuals within a wider narrative of intergenerational family stories, contributing to successful futures for the participating Pacific youth and their families. Guided by Pacific research principles, we used interviews with families and adolescents to explore the role of…
Descriptors: Pacific Islanders, Parent Participation, Intergenerational Programs, Story Telling
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Bell, Avril; Russell, Elizabeth – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
From 2022, New Zealand schools are teaching a new compulsory history curriculum that aims to teach diverse New Zealand histories, while foregrounding the centrality of Maori histories and the impacts of colonisation. The new curriculum will upend a long history of 'forgetting' the nation's contentious and conflictual past, and in particular the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, National Curriculum, History Instruction, Grief
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Stuart, Margaret – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
I use Edward Said's (in: Culture and imperialism, Vintage, 1993) theory, that nations 'are narrations: who owned land, could settle, plan its future, are all stories of imperialism. The history teacher could not only consider 'what to read', but also 'how to read' taking account of the processes of imperialism; of the macro-history of world…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Foreign Countries, Foreign Policy, Role of Education
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Parkin, Nicholas – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This paper makes a case for why philosophy would be beneficial if promoted among the subjects offered to secondary students in Aotearoa New Zealand. Philosophical inquiry in the form of Philosophy for Children (P4C) has made some inroads at the primary level, but currently very few students are offered philosophy as a subject at the secondary…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Secondary School Students, Foreign Countries, Critical Thinking
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