All projects

Author Titlesort ascending Year
Tamsin Meaney Mathematics: She’ll be write! 2008
Professor Mike Thomas Mathematics undergraduate teaching: Perspectives and interactions 2012
Associate Professor Bill Barton Mathematics Enhancement Project: professional development research 2006
Glenda Anthony Mathematics classrooms: Explorations into the teaching/learning nexus 2009
Dr Camilla Highfield and Dr Melinda Webber Mana Ūkaipō: Enhancing Māori engagement through pedagogies of connection and belonging 2021
Leeana Herewini and Ngārewa Hāwera Māku anō e hanga, i toku nei whare - I will build my own house 2020
Ruth G. Kane Making sense of learning at secondary school: An exploration by teachers with students 2006
Dr Caroline Yoon and John Moala Making mathematical thinking visible 2018
Dr Mavis Haigh Making authentic and trustworthy practice-based judgements of graduating student teachers 2013
Sue McDowall Literacy research that matters. A review of the school sector and ECE literacy projects 2015
Dr Vince Ham Literacy learning in e-learning contexts: Mining the New Zealand action research evidence 2012
Dr Amanda Bateman Literacy and narrative in the early years: Zooming in and zooming out 2017
Dr Caroline Yoon LEMMA: Learning Environments with Mathematical Modelling Activities 2011
Margaret Carr Learning Wisdom 2010
Dr Mary Hill, Dr. Lisa Smith, Dr. Bronwen Cowie, Dr. Alison Gilmore Learning to become 'assessment capable' teachers 2013
Dr Roberta Hunter Learning to "friendly argue" in a community of mathematical inquiry 2011
Professor Glenda Anthony Learning the work of ambitious mathematics teaching 2015
Sally Peters and Vanessa Paki Learning journeys from early childhood into school 2014
Nick Zepke Learning environments and student engagement with their learning in tertiary settings 2010
Dr Frauke Meyer and Dr Linda Bendikson Leading effective Goal-Setting to Improve School Outcomes 2020
Dr Margaret Carr Key Learning Competencies Across Place and Time 2008
Kathie Crocket Key competencies: How school guidance counsellors contribute to student learning 2014
Dr Chris Eames Investigating the relationship between whole-school approaches to education for sustainability and student learning. 2009
Assoc. Professor Sergiy Klymchuk (AUT) and Emeritus Professor Mike Thomas (University of Auckland) Investigating the Impact of Non-Routine Problem Solving on Creativity, Engagement and Intuition of STEM Tertiary Students 2020
Chris Eames Investigating teachers’ pedagogical approaches in environmental education that promote students’ action competence 2006