A paper presenting an analysis, using Stokes' concept of Pasteur's Quadrant, of recent New Zealand research into vocational education and training. Presented by Peter Coolbear at the Industry Training Federation's Vocational Education and Training Research Forum, April 2009.
Executive Summary for Developing research supervision skills: understanding and enhancing supervisor professional development practice in the Aotearoa New Zealand context - a project funded by the Ako Aotearoa Southern Regional Hub Project Fund
An Australian project exploring ways in which are teaching, learning and research linked for mutual benefit in higher education, how students benefit from the research character of universities, and whether relationships between research, teaching and student learning can be strengthened. Includes examples of good practice in linking teaching and research.
TLRP provides coordination for 700 researchers in some 70 project teams and almost 20 initiatives of cross-programme thematic analysis across the UK. TLRP represents a major opportunity for UK educational research in contributing new knowledge for the improvement of learning and the availability and quality of future educational research.
Project purpose & progressA collaboration between the Ministry of Education and NZARE (Pasifika caucus).To assist the production of high quality research that informs government policy aimed at improved Pasifika education outcomes.To increase policy makers’ capability to plan for, and commission, quality research projects, and enhance policy through the integration of quality research.