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Kupa, Lealofi – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
As an Aotearoa New Zealand (Aotearoa NZ) realm nation, Tokelau people are part of the diverse Pasifika fabric that represents Pacific immigrants in this settler-colonial nation. Despite Tokelau's contentious geo-political history and climate vulnerability in Te Moananui-a-Kiwa, this paper briefly provides some of my inspirations and motivations as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Pacific Islanders, Indigenous Knowledge
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Fa'avae, Ioane Aleke – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
The introduction is part of a Pasifika/Pacific education ongoing conversation. Like my colleagues, this intellectual space enables voice amongst other voices often sidelined even within the wider Pacific people category. My fronting of the question, "Ko e leo ke eke ha?" is intentional in me seeking to claim space for tagata Niue and…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Empowerment, Leadership, Educational Experience
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Smith, Hilary; Pryor, Leanne – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
The reawakening of the Indigenous Gamilaraay language in northern inland New South Wales, Australia involves righting two centuries of prohibition and mistreatment after invasion by English-speaking settlers. Gamilaraay is no longer used as an everyday language in the community, although it has strong emblematic value for the Gamilaraay community.…
Descriptors: Picture Books, Languages, Indigenous Populations, Foreign Countries
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Adhikari, Devendra – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
The global COVID-19 pandemic has severely hit the lives of the people of Nepal. The country witnessed two phases of lockdown over 10 months from March 2020 until August 2021. I completed my PhD data collection in Nepal through February to April 2021, when the pandemic's risk was naturally lowered. My research explores local value systems of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research Methodology, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Hosseini, Hossein; Gurney, Laura – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
The final observable product of a successful doctoral programme is typically a thesis that has been critically examined by senior academics and considered to demonstrate a significant contribution to knowledge. However, it is a conviction underpinning this special issue that the doctorate should be acknowledged, explored and understood as a…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Student Research, Student Experience, Ambiguity (Context)
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Tachaiyaphum, Nutthida – Waikato Journal of Education, 2022
World-wide responses to the global pandemic, such as travel restrictions, border closures and lockdowns, have posed new challenges to researchers. For qualitative researchers conducting fieldwork, gathering data in person can be inapplicable (Howlett, 2021). My research investigates English as a Foreign Language (EFL) pre-service teachers' beliefs…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Research Methodology, Educational Research
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Taito, Mere – Waikato Journal of Education, 2021
Every poem has a creation talanoa: a story of how it was written. In a Rotuman context, 'talanoa' or story, can either be a 'rogrog/o' or 'hanuju'. From conception to final drafting, the creation hanuju can reveal the often-volatile relationship between a poet's internal self-talk and external historical and contemporary experiences. Memories…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Cultural Influences, Foreign Countries, Poetry
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Henry, Todd M.; Aporosa, S. Apo – Waikato Journal of Education, 2021
COVID-19 has had a major impact on collectivist cultures and their means of social interaction and maintaining contact with those in their wider community. This has particularly been the case for Pacific peoples living in diaspora, with COVID-19 preventing travel home and social distancing and forced lockdowns restricting the ability to gather.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Pacific Islanders, Indigenous Knowledge
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Alcorn, Noeline – Waikato Journal of Education, 2020
The field of educational research is broad and changes form over time and space. This article reviews educational research in New Zealand over the past 100 years as a background to current policy and practice. It describes a series of landmarks over the century, the changing contexts and the assumptions which underlay them and identifies recurring…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Educational History, Educational Policy
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Nhung, Vu Thi Tuyet – Waikato Journal of Education, 2020
This article retells the story of a researcher from the time she prepared for the data-gathering in her home country, to the time she was in the field. The story, in her own words, are reflections on how she utilised the advantages of being an insider to the studied context. The lessons illustrated by the researcher in this article may help other…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Data Collection, Foreign Countries, Student Research
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Khalil, Atif; Cowie, Bronwen – Waikato Journal of Education, 2020
This research note aimed to highlight the reflections of the researcher while conducting videoconferencing interviews as a part of his doctoral research project. The researcher drew some inferences based on recent literature and two videoconferencing interviews conducted with the doctoral students via Zoom. It was a crucial experience to deal with…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Interviews, Doctoral Students, Student Research
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Reynolds, Martyn – Waikato Journal of Education, 2019
Like all acts of naming, the term 'Pasifika', which is used to refer collectively to persons with connections to Pacific Island nations living in Aotearoa New Zealand, can be used to represent or to misrepresent, to enable or to control. Consequently, the notion of a field of Pasifika educational research is contested. This article provides a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Pacific Islanders, Naming, Educational Research
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Kellow, Jan-Marie – Waikato Journal of Education, 2018
The revised Technology Curriculum for years 1-13 now includes two Digital Technologies areas: 'computational thinking for Digital Technologies' and 'designing and developing digital outcomes'. By 2020, all schools are expected to address these curriculum additions. This article outlines some of the background stated purposes for introducing this…
Descriptors: Technology Education, Information Technology, Outcomes of Education, Educational Change
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Naufahu, Mefi – Waikato Journal of Education, 2018
A number of researchers have done extensive work on ontologies, epistemologies and pedagogies in relation to Pasifika research, but little on methodologies. Vaioleti describes talanoa as a phenomenological research approach which is ecological, oral and interactive. Halapua's article Talanoa Process: The Case of Fiji (2008) emphasises talanoa as a…
Descriptors: Pacific Islanders, Research Methodology, Indigenous Knowledge, Oral Tradition
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Fonua, Sonia – Waikato Journal of Education, 2018
As a non-indigenous science educator, I have embraced the idea of critical reflexive practice in order to be more responsive to the cultures and values of my Pasifika students and to become more inclusive of their indigenous knowledges. In this article I share three ways I have negotiated the incorporation of Pasifika values and knowledge into my…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Critical Theory, Reflective Teaching, Pacific Islanders
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