Success for all: improving Māori and Pasifika student success in degree-level studies
The focus of this 2006 research was on the ways in which non-lecture teaching and learning helps or hinders Māori and Pasifika students' success in preparing for, or completing, degree-level studies.
About the project
In this evidence-based research, the following questions are addressed:
- What teaching practices in non-lecture contexts help or hinder Māori and Pasifika success in degree-level study?
- What changes does research in this area suggest are needed to teaching and university practices in order to best support Māori and Pasifika success in degree-level studies?
A research team was led by Dr Airini from the University of Auckland and included Deidre Brown, Elana Curtis, Odie Johnson, Fred Luatua, Mona O’Shea, Te Oti Rakena, Gillian Reynolds, Pale Sauni, Angie Smith, To’aiga Su’a Huirua, Matt Tarawa, and Meryl Ulugia-Pua.
Funded by the Teaching & Learning Research Initiative.
You can find out more and download the final report at the Success for all project website.