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    • From Castalia to Wikipedia: openness and closure in knowledge communities 

      Roberts, P.; Peters, M.A. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2011)
    • From West to East and Back Again: Faith, Doubt and Education in Hermann Hesse's Later Work 

      Roberts, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2008)
      This paper examines Hermann Hesse’s penultimate novel, The Journey to the East, from an educational point of view. Hesse was a man of the West who turned to the idea of ‘the East’ in seeking to understand himself and his ...
    • Game Sense as a model for delivering quality teaching in physical education 

      Light R; Curry C; Mooney A (2014)
      As a well developed indicator of high quality teaching in any subject area we use the NSW QTF in this article to identify what might constitute quality teaching in physical education and to suggest the extent to which Game ...
    • Gendering the ICT curriculum: The paradox of choice 

      Abbiss, J. (University of Canterbury. School of Maori, Social and Cultural Studies in Education, 2009)
      This paper looks at the ICT (information and communication technology) curriculum in New Zealand secondary schools and gendered participation patterns in different specialist ICT subjects. New Zealand has a permissive ICT ...
    • Genetic research, population health and Maori 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Hudson, M.; Macartney-Coxson, D. (Health Research CouncilUniversity of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2009)
      Early genetic research focused on identifying single genes responsible for specific familial disorders. However, radical technological advancements such as high throughput testing and genome-wide scanning techniques ...
    • Global, regional, and national age-sex-specific mortality and life expectancy, 1950–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 

      Dicker D; Nguyen G; GBD 2017 Mortality Collaborators; Basu A (2018)
      © 2018 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier Ltd. This is an Open Access article under the CC BY 4.0 license Background: Assessments of age-specific mortality and life expectancy have been done by the UN Population Division, ...
    • Happiness, despair, and education 

      Roberts, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2013)
      In today’s world we appear to place a premium on happiness. Happiness is often portrayed, directly or indirectly, as one of the key aims of education. To suggest that education is concerned with promoting unhappiness or ...
    • He kōrero wairua: indigenous spiritual inquiry in rongoā research 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll A (2014)
      The Ngā Tohu o te Ora research project was developed to investigate outcomes associated with rongoā Māori, in order that this practice might enjoy increased support as a funded service. The primary aims were to: 1) ...
    • Head teachers’ views of oral health education in schools in Tamil Nadu, India 

      Veerasamy A; Gage J; Kirk, RC (2017)
      Introduction: Children and young people in India have a high prevalence of dental decay. As part of a broader epidemiological study we interviewed 10 head teachers to understand the status of, and challenges to, inclusion ...
    • Higgledy-Piggledy Policy: Confusion about Inclusion 

      Higgins, N.; MacArthur, J.; Rietveld, C.M. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human DevelopmentUniversity of Canterbury. Records, 2006)
      Explores the concept of inclusion in the educational policies for disabled children. Argues that the use of the term ’special education’ by the Ministry of Education does not imply inclusion and that there is inconsistency ...
    • High performance coaching: Comparison between a highly successful coach’s approach and Game Sense. 

      Pimenta RM; Light RL (School of Sport and Physical Education, University of Canterbury, 2016)
      This presentation draws on a study conducted on a high-performance girls’ basketball team in Australia to explore the influence of games based coaching on their highly successful coach’s approach. Our interest arose from ...
    • Hope in Troubled Times? PESA and the Future of Philosophy of Education 

      Roberts, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2009)
      Contributors to this special issue have been asked to provide self-portraits of their intellectual lives and to consider the development of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) as an organisation. My ...
    • Hope in Troubled Times? PESA and the Future of Philosophy of Education 

      Roberts, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2009)
      Contributors to this special issue have been asked to provide self-portraits of their intellectual lives and to consider the development of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) as an organisation. My ...
    • Household number associated with middle ear disease at an urban Indigenous health service: a cross-sectional study 

      Spurling, G.K.P.; Askew, D.A.; Schluter, P.J.; Simpson, F.; Hayman, N.E. (University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2014)
      Few epidemiological studies of middle ear disease have been conducted in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations, yet the disease is common and causes hearing impairment and poorer educational outcomes. The ...
    • How and why nurses’ direction and delegation skills should be improved 

      Hughes M; Kirk RC; Dixon A (New Zealand Nurses Organisation, 2017)
      A six-year study of how RNs and ENs communicated with each other during direction and delegation was completed this year. The study, which included 36 RNs and ENs from the Canterbury region, accessed the nurses’ ...
    • How to conduct meta-analysis: a basic tutorial 

      Basu A (2017)
      Meta analysis refers to a process of integration of the results of many studies to arrive at evidence syn- thesis. Meta analysis is similar to systematic review; however, in addition to narrative summary that is conducted ...
    • How to conduct meta-analysis: a basic tutorial 

      Basu A (2017)
      Meta analysis refers to a process of integration of the results of many studies to arrive at evidence syn- thesis. Meta analysis is similar to systematic review; however, in addition to narrative summary that is conducted ...
    • Humanizing secondary school contexts: learning from Aotearoa New Zealand and Peru 

      Fickel LH; Angel MN; Macfarlane S; Macfarlane A (2017)
      In the context of secondary education, changes are taking place which serve as an important source of inspiration for considering how to “promote the best possible realization of humanity as humanity” (Dewey, 1966, p. 95). ...
    • Implications of Research on Effective Learning Environments for Initial Teacher Education 

      Conner, L.; Sliwka, A. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and LeadershipUniversity of Canterbury. College Office (Education), 2014)
      As a result of multi-disciplinary research on learning, a consistent and comprehensive body of knowledge on effective learning environments is currently emerging (OECD 2010). While this evidence is increasingly influencing ...
    • Improving 'at-action' decision-making in team sports through a holistic coaching approach 

      Light RL; Harvey S; Mouchet A (2014)
      This article draws on Game Sense pedagogy and complex learning theory (CLT) to make suggestions for improving decision-making ability in team sports by adopting a holistic approach to coaching with a focus on decision-making ...