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Intergenerational transmission of minority languages in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. School of Teacher Education, 2015)
Enhancing language learners' intercultural capability: A study in New Zealand's schools
(Languages Research NZ, 2018)
In the context of a two-year project (2016-2017) funded by the Ministry of Education through the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI), a team of five researchers worked in partnership with five primary/intermediate ...
Enhancing the intercultural capability of students of additional languages in New Zealand's intermediate schools
The purpose of this TLRI-funded study was to investigate how five Year 7/8 teachers of additional languages in four primary/intermediate schools in New Zealand supported their students to develop their intercultural ...
Using a radial ultrasound probe's virtual origin to compute midsagittal smoothing splines in polar coordinates
(University of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour, 2015)
Tongue surface measurements from midsagittal ultrasound scans are effectively arcs with deviations representing tongue shape, but smoothing-spline analysis of variances (SSANOVAs) assume variance around a horizontal ...
Listening to disordered speech results in early modulations of auditory event-related potentials
(Swets & Zeitlinger, 2017)
In the last decade, research on motor speech disorders has increasingly taken into account the bidirectionality between speaker and listener. Listening to disordered speech (e.g., dysarthria) may result in substantial ...
Education, Colonisation and Kanak Aspirations in New Caledonia: Historical Contexts and Contemporary Challenges
New Caledonia is an anomoly. Surrounded by independent nations in the South-West Pacific, it remains a non-self governing territory of France. Some of the residents are recognised, even by France, as “citizens” of the ...