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"Blurring The Edges": An in-depth qualitative study of inclusion and the curriculum in a New Zealand secondary school
(University of Canterbury. Education, 2000)
The purpose of this study is to investigate meanings of inclusion at different levels of the education system in relation to the New Zealand Curriculum Framework and Special Education 2000 policies. My specific focus is ...
The management of knowledge : text, context, and the New Zealand English curriculums, 1969-1996
(University of Canterbury. Education, 1998)
This is a study of the New Zealand English curriculums, 1969-1996. The study is organised around three phases of reform: the initial changes made to the teaching of English in the first three years of secondary school; ...
Complicity in games of chase and complexity thinking: Emergence in curriculum and practice-based research
(University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2011)
This thesis explores how the discourse of complexity thinking can be used to foster emergence in curriculum and practice-based research. The curriculum-related exploration focused specifically on games of chase as one ...
Place-based education & critical pedagogies of place: teachers challenging the neocolonizing processes of the New Zealand and Canadian schooling systems.
(University of Canterbury. School of Teacher Education, 2015)
This international research set out to exemplify the pedagogical practices of 11 teachers from Christchurch/Ōtautahi, New Zealand (Aotearoa) and Saskatoon, Canada. It explores their resistance to the various colonial and ...
Shifting thinking, shifting approaches: Curriculum and facilitating change for secondary teachers of English language learners
(University of Canterbury. School of Māori, Social and Cultural Studies/ School of Teacher Education, 2014)
The purpose of this study was twofold: to find out how teachers of English as an Additional Language (EAL) conceived curriculum, teaching and learning and to examine how professional learning and development (PLD) might ...