Final Report : A Select Literature Review for the Te Ariki Trust on the Four Values (2016)
This literature review has been commissioned by the Te Ariki Trust so that future applicants for the David Stewart Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship may benefit from access to a select literature review in order to understand the essence of the Trust’s four values. These four values underpin all work associated with the Trust. The intention of the scholarship is that it will provide a postgraduate study opportunity for a school leader to advance and honour the work of David Stewart. The aim of the review is to provide a repository which can be consulted when applicants consider how they might build on David Stewart’s legacy as they devise their scholarship proposals.
ANZSRC Fields of Research13 - Education
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Lovett, Susan (University of Canterbury for the Te Ariki Trust, 2016)Purpose : This literature review has been commissioned by the Te Ariki Trust so that future applicants for the David Stewart Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship may benefit from access to a select literature review in order ...
Te Ariki professional values for school development. Final report from the online survey trial for the Te Ariki Trust Lovett S (Te Ariki Trust, 2018)
Curriculum Policy and Special Education Support. Final report to the Ministry of Education 8. MacArthur, J.A., Kelly, B., Higgins, N., Phillips, H., McDonald, T.A., Morton, M. & Jackman, J. (2003). Building capability in education for students with moderate and high needs: Literature Review. Wellington; Ministry of Education. McMenamin, T.; Millar, R.; Morton, M.; Mutch, C.; Nuttall, J.; Tyler-Merrick, G. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2004)