This study analyses the learning needs of adult refugee learners with low-level language and literacy skills. The project identified educational strategies for teaching these learners and a teaching resource has been developed.
This publication will interest organisations which work with Māori youth who have high numeracy and literacy needs.
It describes two student work projects - with accompanying teaching and learning resources. It also has a useful guide about how to create engaging student work with integrated assessment schemes.
This project aims to provide support for Māori students, particularly those involved in study at first degree level, who need to develop skills in writing assignments in English in a range of academic subjects.
The project aimed to develop and document effective strategies that facilitate the co-construction of an initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum. The report will be of interest to those involved in the education of teachers and their continuing professional development.
This study was the final phase in a three-phase project. The current phase introduced the same intervention across three contexts and was designed to support the learning of talented undergraduate students in tertiary settings.
What about our talented students?: An exploratory studyChristine
The University of Auckland
University of Waikato
Motivation and engagement of Màori and Pacific students at PTEs: Lessons for improved teaching and learning strategies
David Lillis, Taulalo Fiso (New Zealand Institute of Sport) and Susan Henricksen, Sandra Storz (New Zealand College
This study aimed to enhance understanding of motivation and engagement of Māori and Pasifika PTE students and explore relationships between motivation, engagement and learning outcomes. Of interest to those teaching Māori and Pacifika students.