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Dunn, Sarah; Locke, Millie – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
This article draws on a master's study into programme decisions and processes of a Pakeha primary music teacher who sought to include matauranga Maori (Maori knowledge), tikanga Maori (Maori practices) and te ao Maori (a Maori way of seeing the world) in their teaching practice. The study investigated how children are enabled to experience…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Music Teachers, Indigenous Knowledge, Ethnic Groups
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Grove O'Grady, Alison – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
The challenge of learning to be a teacher in a pandemic stymied world calls for focus and access to pedagogies of critical empathy to ensure the wellbeing of students is paramount in classrooms K to 12. Additional to facilitating the development of skills and competencies in curriculum disciplines, teachers are required to meet the emotional and…
Descriptors: Empathy, Faculty Development, Drama, Teaching Methods
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Beaumont, Natasha E. – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
Creative pedagogies contribute significantly to children's cognitive, social and linguistic development. This article discusses the drama-based creative literacy practice of an early primary teacher in a high diversity school in Sydney, Australia. Literacy pedagogy blended with drama and role play was shown to aid oracy whilst also adding valuable…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Teacher Attitudes, Learning Experience, Creativity
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Saunders, John Nicholas – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
School Drama Classic is a co-mentoring teacher professional learning programme developed through a partnership between Sydney Theatre Company and the University of Sydney's School of Education and Social Work. Developed in 2009, this teacher professional learning programme aims to enable primary teachers to develop the expertise and confidence to…
Descriptors: Drama, Teaching Methods, Literacy Education, Coeducation
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Gain, Priya – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
This paper uses an arts-based learning encounter at a marae-based wananga as a starting point for exploring the potential of aesthetic inquiry to support dynamic and always evolving relationality between people and place. The work of two researchers, Maori writer and scholar Cassandra Barnett and Irish inter-cultural researcher Sharon Todd, is…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Art Education, Biculturalism, Ethnic Groups
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Luton, Jane Isobel; Hood, Jacqueline – Teachers and Curriculum, 2022
Using the allegory of Sisyphus from ancient Greek mythology, we examine the problems that arose while teaching Year 9 drama classes online during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns in Aotearoa, New Zealand. At times we have felt like Sisyphus, forced to push a boulder uphill forever. We became adept at using the school's chosen online platform, in…
Descriptors: Grade 9, Drama, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Swan, Janis E.; Cowie, Bronwen; Paiti, Margaret – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
Increasing diversity in engineering, which is a goal of the profession, education and government, starts with increasing the diversity of those choosing to study the discipline. This paper focuses on girls' engagement in engineering. Data is from a survey of girls attending a university open day and interviews with practising female engineers. The…
Descriptors: Females, Engineering Education, Womens Education, College Students
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Pattison, Nicholas Peter – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
This article is based on the findings from a Master of Education dissertation, which explored the partnership between a junior school (Year 7-10) in New Zealand and VineLife Limited--a technology company based in Auckland. In this partnership, the students completed a design sprint, including a series of activities that required them to apply…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, School Business Relationship, Industry, STEM Education
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Taylor, Simon; Lowe, Paul – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
There has been growing interest to establish curriculum integration in secondary schools due to the promotion of relevant contexts used in programmes. This study examined the role of a STEAM programme with junior secondary school students, using a future-focused inquiry which included Science, Environmental studies, Technology, the Arts, and…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Integrated Curriculum, International Schools, Foreign Countries
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Hall, Tanithe – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
This article explains a case study undertaken for the purposes of answering the research questions: What does STEM education look like in a Year 7/8 New Zealand classroom? How do Year 7/8 students engage in the interdisciplinary approach of STEM education? Do/how do students value STEM learning in contrast to individual subject learning? This case…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Grade 7, Grade 8, Value Judgment
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MacCallum, Kathryn; Rimmer, Tynneale; Le Comte, Kay – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
To drive the wider adoption of STEM in schools, researchers have promoted the benefits of teaching STEM subjects integrated across the curriculum. This integration can support more authentic learning opportunities where learning is framed in real-world application or driven through problem/project-based learning. The integration of digital…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, High Schools
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Swanson, Carolyn Julie – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
The way science education is positioned and practised in New Zealand primary schools varies widely. In this qualitative case study, participants in senior management from five Auckland primary schools were asked how they perceived science, how it was taught and reasons for the pedagogical approaches chosen. It was clear all schools were different…
Descriptors: Science Education, Elementary School Science, Administrator Attitudes, Teaching Methods
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Sharma, Sashi; Sharma, Shweta; Doyle, Phil; Marcelo, Louis; Kumar, Daniel – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
Learning about probability can pose difficulties for students at all levels. Performing probability experiments using games can encourage students to develop understandings of probability grounded in real events. In this reflective paper, we explore the thinking of a group of students and teachers as they reasoned about experimental and…
Descriptors: Statistics Education, Probability, Educational Games, Learning Activities
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Mudwari, Nabaraj; Cuskelly, Monica; Murphy, Carol; Beasy, Kim; Aryal, Nirmal – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
The majority of schools across Australia rapidly implemented online education during the first wave of COVID-19 restrictions. The school closure disproportionately affected the routines and socialisation of vulnerable students, including those with a refugee background. Refugee-background students have been impacted by COVID-19 as school closures…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Distance Education
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Meates, Julie – Teachers and Curriculum, 2021
Since the evolution of the internet in 1969 and the inception of the personal computer in the early 1970s, a significant body of research has emerged that highlights the impacts of digital technology on education, health and human development. There is extensive research examining the physical, mental, and social health effects on young people and…
Descriptors: Addictive Behavior, Children, Adolescents, Well Being
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