Teaching and learning in the supervision of Māori doctoral students
A series of resource sheets and research background on enhancing understanding of the supervision of Māori doctoral candidates to improve outcomes for those candidates and their institutions.
About the resources
The resource sheets cover the following topics:
- The nature of doctoral supervision
- Reasons for doing a doctorate
- Choosing a research topic
- Choosing supervisors
- Getting cultural advice for your research
- Making the most of supervision meetings
This research was led by Associate Professor Elizabeth McKinley, Ngäti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa/Kaitahu (The University of Auckland) and Dr Barbara Grant (The University of Auckland)
It was funded by the Teaching & Learning Research Initiative in 2009.
Find further information about the project and download the resources on the Teaching & Learning Research Initiative website.