NZ Journal of Educational Studies

 

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2008 – Volume 43

 
The Contribution of John Codd to Education: A Commentary

Snook, Ivan; Bates, Richard; Dale, Roger; Peters, Michael; Witty, Geoff

Dynamics of Power and Participation in School/University Partnerships
Quinlivan, Kathleen; Boyask, Ruth; Carswell, Sue

The Gender-Ethnic Divide: Mathematics and English Progress of Pakeha, Maori, and Pasifika Students
Boustead, Therese; Strathdee, Rob

High Fences and Locked Gates: Extreme Special Needs in the Era of Inclusion
Gasson, N Ruth

Measuring Basic Early Literacy Skills Amongst Year 1 Students in New Zealand
Schaughency, Elizabeth; Suggate, Sebastian

Reading Comprehension in English for Samoan Bilingual Students in Samoan Classes
Amituanai-Toloa, Meaola; Mcnaughton, Stuart

Safe Ethics for Researching Teachers' Work
O'Neill, John

Sustaining Professional Development: Rhetoric or Reality?
Poskitt, Jenny; Taylor, Kerry

Understanding the Millennial Generation: Can the Literature Go Down Under?
Buissink-Smith, Nell; Spronken-Smith, Rachel; Grigg, Gabrielle

 

2007 – Volume 42

 
Academic Housework?: Women Professors at the University of New Zealand 1911-1961

Fitzgerald, Tanya

Assessing Young English Language Learners in Schools: Establishing Principles for Policy and Practice
Haworth, Penny

Äta: A Philosophy for Relational Teaching
Forsyth, Huhana; Kung, Nancy

Constituting Academics as Neo-Liberal Subjects: Research Assessment in a New Zealand Context Ashcroft, Craig

Does the Numeracy Project Obviate the Need for Mathematics Intervention?
Maher, Marguerite

How Well is Reading Recovery Really Working in New Zealand?
Chapman, James; Greaney, Keith; Tunmer, William

Incorporating Phonics Within a New Zealand Whole Language Programme
Blaiklock, Ken; Haddow, Suzie

Issues in Using Student Achievement Data in Decision Making: The Case of Reading
Parr, Judy; Reddish, Paul; Timperley, Helen

Kura Kaupapa Mäori Experiences
Tocker, Kimai

Narrative Pedagogy for Teaching and Learning About the Nature of Pütaiao (Maori-Medium Science)
Stewart, Georgina

Research Note: Tracking the Progression of EAL Students: Information for Reviewing Tertiary Policies
Bellingham, Robin

Research Note: Water Safety Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours of Young Pasifika New Zealanders
Moran, Kevin

 

2006 – Volume 41
Number 1

 
Editorial Practices in Education: Mapping the Field
Yanping Lu

“When I was Five I was Just Alive”: Teaching Environments and Teaching Methods in New Zealand Infant Classes 1894-1904
Glynne Mackey

Not Understood: The Bicultural Dimension of the Report of the New Zealand Committee on Health and Social Education, Growing, Sharing, learning (1977)
Josephine Bowler and Roger Openshaw

The Classroom as a Space for the Production of Subjectivities
Margaret Walshaw

Reconceptualising the New Zealand PhD in English – Fit for What and Whose Purpose?
K. A. Sutherland and R. P. Corballis

Now You Have Got Them, How Do You Keep Them? Relationships and the Retention Puzzle
Linda Leach, Nick Zepke and Tom Prebble

 

2005 – Volume 40
Numbers 1 & 2

 
On the remarkable stability of student achievement standards over time
Warwick Elley

A window into mathematics classrooms: Traditional to reform
Glenda Anthony and Roberta Hunter

Mana Wahine: Maori women and leadership of Maori schools in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Kuni Jenkins and Kay Morris Matthews

What makes for success? Current literacy practices and the impact of family and community on pasifika children’s literacy learning
Faye Parkhill, Jo Fletcher and Amosa Fa’Afoi

Intercultural contact and competencies of tertiary students
Justine C. Brown and Amanda J. Daly

Teachers’ cultural self-efficacy: Teaching and learning in multicultural settings
Colin Gibbs

Performance-based research funding: A mechanism to allocate funds or a tool for academic promotion?
Craig Ashcroft

Disciplining the subject: The impact of PBRF on education academics
Sue Middleton

The Effect of Paid Employment on University Students’ Academic Performance: A Pilot Study
Alison Gilmore and Robert J. Manthei

Now You’ve Got Them, Can You Expect to keep Them? Factors That Influence Student Departure and Persistence
Nick Zepke, Linda Leach and Tom Prebble

Research Note: Student-Teachers’ Perceptions of Spoken and Written Feedback and Its Usefulness While on Their First Teaching Practice
Stephanie White

Commentary: Teaching and Mothering: Reflections on the Dual Role
Vivienne Anderson with Karen Nairn

Commentary: A Critical Reflection on the Research-Led Teacher Education Reforms in New Zealand
Rob Strathdee

 

2004 – Volume 39
Numbers 1 & 2


Is it really the teachers? An analysis of the discourse of teacher effects on New Zealand educational policy

Roy Nash and Jane Prochnow

Perspectives on the cultural capital contribution of overseas-born students and staff in New Zealand tertiary education institutions
Noel Watts, Cynthia White and Andrew Trlin

The diverse aims of school language teaching: Implications for New Zealand primary schools
Roger Barnard

Profiling reading comprehension in Mangere schools: A research and development collaboration
Mei Kuin Lai, Stuart McNaughton, Shelley MacDonald and Sasha Farry

A critique of running records of children’s oral reading
Ken E. Blaiklock

Primary pedagogy and teacher professionalism: A comparative analysis of England and New Zealand
Graham Vulliamy, Rosemary Webb, Terry Locke and Mary Hill

Enhancing education research in New Zealand: Experiences and recommendations from the PBRF education peer review panel
Noeline Alcorn, Russell Bishop, Carol Cardno, Terry Crooks, Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop, John Hattie, Alison Jones, Ruth Kane, Patricia O’Brien and John Stevenson

Compositional effects in New Zealand schools
Richard Harker

Commentary: Enterprises education, or indoctrination?
John A. Clark

Commentary: Guided reading: Years 1-4
Ken E. Blaiklock

Factors affecting PAT reading comprehension performance: A retrospective analysis of some year 4-6 data
Keith Greaney

To have first been consulted: An early judicial definition of “consult” in New Zealand’s educational administration
David McKenzie

Negotiating reality in early childhood curriculum: The social psychology of teaching as a group
Joce Nuttall

Enhancing maori giftedness: The dynamics of power, culture and visibility
Heather Jenkins, Roger Moltzen and Angus MacFarlane

“Oh, what would you do Mrs Brown?” Some experiences in teaching about sexuality
Jenny Munro and Keith Ballard

O le tala ia Lita – Lita’s story: The challenge of reporting achievement to parents
Helen S. Timperley and Viviane M.J. Robinson

Adult education policy and equal educational opportunity: A critical examination
Nick Zepke and Linda Leach

Why the reading achievement gap in New Zealand won’t go away: Evidence from the PIRLS 2001 international study of reading achievement
William E. Tunmer, James W. Chapman and Jane E. Prochnow

Commentary: Possibilities for moving forwards rather than backwards: Reply to Nash (2003)
Helen Timperley

Commentary: Pace research: Response to Harker (2003)
Stuart McNaughton


2003 - Volume 38
Numbers 1 & 2


The Elley-Irving Socio-Economic Index: 2001 Census Revision

Warwick B. Elley and James C. Irving

Pulled Up Short: Ornament in Design Education and Research
A. Engels-Schwarzpaul

Seen and Heard? Moving Beyond Discourses about Children's Needs and Rights in Educational Policies
Lise Bird

Susan and Sylvia: The Fate of Educational Ideas
Geraldine Mcdonald, Helen Goldblatt and Marilyn Barlow

The Body and the Self in the New Zealand Health and Physical Education Curriculum
Tina Besley

School Improvement and Teachers' Expectations of Student Achievement
Helen S. Timperley

Research Note: Factors Related to Success in a Regional Science and Technology Fair
Carmel J. Patton and Jon G .H. Hickford

Research Note: Revisiting Agendas: Confirming the Value of Transitional Study Skills Programmes
Cath Fraser and Greg Hendren

Commentary: Meeting of Minds or Feeding of Minds?
William E. Tunmer, Jane E. Prochnow and James W. Chapman

Commentary: Not a Meeting of Minds: Reply to Tunmer, Prochnow and Chapman
Stuart McNaughton

Commentary: Curriculum Reform and Delivery
Ian Paisey

Preparing for Picot: Revisiting the "Neoliberal" Educational Reforms
Roger Openshaw

Whither International Students? The Absence of International Student Policy During New Zealand's University Reforms from 1984 to 1999
andrew Butcher

Satisfactions and Dissatifactions of Homestay Hosts with Sojourn Students
Margaret Kendall-Smith and Peter Rich

An excursion to PISA: In Search of the Real Causes of Inequality/Difference in Education
Roy Nash

Secondary School Decile Ratings and Participations in Tertiary Education
David Hughes and Di Pearce

Comparing Pasifica Students' Perceptions of Their Schooling with the Perceptions of Non-Pasifika Teachers Using the "Mediated Dialogue" as a Research Methodology.
Camille Nakhid

Gender Differences in Reading and Spelling Achievment Among Year 3 and Year 4 Students and Classroom "Engaged Time"
Helene Kermode, Catherine Rawlinson and Bryan Tuck

Re-Thinking the Notion of Qualified Teachers in Early Childrood Education
Linda Keesing-Styles

Research Note: External Validity and the Pace Research
Richard Harker

Commentary: One Pace Forward and Two Steps Backwards?
Roy Nash

 

2002 - Volume 37
Numbers 1 & 2


Elementary School Science Books in Nineteenth Century New Zealand

Lydia B. Austin

More Free or Less Constrained? Freire and Foucault on Freedom and the Problem of Human Submissiveness
Debbie Hill

One Test Suits All? An Examination of Differing Assessment Task Formats
Liz Eley and Robyn Caygill

Outcomes of Leaving School Without Formal Educational Qualifications
David M.Ferguson, Nicola Swain-Campbell and L. John Horwood

Peer Tutoring in the Primary Classroom: A Sociocultural Interpretation of Classroom Interaction
Roger Barnard

Being an Early Childhood Teacher: Images of Professional Practice and Professional Identity During the Experience of Starting Childcare
Carmen Dalli

Research Note: When Two Cultures Collide: Similarities and Differences Between Tertiary Teachers in Two Institutional Contexts
Jane Gilbert and Marie Cameron

Commentary: Cultural Sensitivity and Educational Research
John Clark

Commentary: That Reading Debate Again! 
Keith Greaney

Constructing the Child: Developmental Discourses in School Physical Education
Lisette Burrows

Like the Crabs in the Bucket: Kindergarten Teachers Talk Changes 1984-1996
Judith Duncan

How are School Composition Effects and Peer Group Mechanisms Related? A Theoretical and Methodological Discussion from the Progress at School Project
Roy Nash and Richard Harker

Effectiveness of a Community-based Truancy Intervention: A Pilot Study
Barry J. Milne, Shaye Chalmers, Karen E. Waldie, Helen Darling, and Richie Poulton

Ready to Read and the PM Books - A Memoir
Hugh Price

 

2001 - Volume 36
Numbers 1 & 2


Curriculum, Assessment and the Erosion of Professionalism

Terry Locke

Postcolonial Theory and Science Education: Textbooks, Curriculum and Cultural Diversity in Aotearoa New Zealand
Peter Ninnes and Greg Burnetr

Teachers and the Reading Curriculum: Lessons from the Phonics Debate
Roger Openshaw and Joy Cullen

Aquatics Education and the Advent of Primary School Learners' Pools in Post World War II New Zealand
Kevin Moran

Boys and Reading: Clues to Gendered Social Practice
Georgina Barwood

A Regional Census of High School Guidance Counsellors: Current and Perceived Optimal Practice in Assisting Students with Alcohol and Drug Related Problems
Daryle Deering, Simon Adamson, J. Douglas Sellman, Chris Frampton, and Paul Robertson

Research Note: University Science Departments: An Important Resource for Schools
Carmel J. Patron and Jon G. H. Hickford

Research Note: Updating the Clay (1993) Word Test
Susan Duncan and Stuart McNaughton

Essay Review: STAR Supplementary Test of Achievement in Reading
Keith Greaney

Commentary: Reflecting on Education: Discourse, Positioning and "Problems"
Glenda

Commentary: Competent Children: A Critical Appreciation
Roy Nash

Commentary: Reply to Nash
Cathy Wylie and Jean Thompson

The National Qualifications Framework and the Discouraged Worker Effect
Rob Strathdee and David Hughes

The Mobility, Status and Qualifications of Native School Teachers: 1880-1920
Colin McGeorge

Teacher Ethics, Professionalism and Cultural Diversity
Alan Hall and Russell Bishop

Boys and Girls at School: A Study of Structure, Disposition, and Practice
Roy Nash

Note of Clarification
Roy Nash

A Longitudinal Study of Early Literacy Achievement and Gender
Jane E. Prochnow, William E. Tunmer, James W. Chapman and Keith T. Greaney

Understanding Usage of an Internet based Information Resource for Teachers: The Assessment Resource Banks
Alison Gilmore and John Hattie

Self-Regulation of Learning in University Contexts
Nola Purdie

Research Note: Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Group Projects: Exploring the Dynamic
John Raven

Essay Review: Dominant Discourses and Appropriation in the English Language Classroom: Thinking for Aotearoa-New Zealand
Sharon Harvey

Commentary: Critical (Contradictory) Pedagogy
Teresa F. Baer-Doyle

 

2000 - Volume 35
Numbers 1 & 2


Deconstructing Bullying in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Disclosing its Liberal and Colonial Connections
Amritha Sobrun Maharaj, Warwick Tie and Ken Ryba

Family Socioeconomic Status at Birth and Rates of University Participation
David M. Fergusson and Lianne J. Woodward

"Children Learn by Doing": Teachers' Beliefs About Learning, Teaching and Literacy in New Zealand Kindergartens
Claire J. McLachlan-Smith and Alison M. St. George

Curriculum Channels and Literacy Development Over the First Year of Instruction
Stuart McNaughton, Gwenneth Phillips and Shelley MacDonald

Local Innovation or Government Initiative? Curriculum Specialization in New Zealand's Education Quasi-Market
Mark Priestley, Jeremy Higham and Paul Sharp

Research Note: The Effectiveness of a Year 10 Traffic Safety Programme
Niki Harr and Theo Brandt

Commentary: Economists and Educational Reform in New Zealand
James E. Alvey and Gary Buurman

Thesis of Recognition: Emergent Issues
Ruth Gasson

Social Networks and the "Training Gospel"
Rob Strathdee and Avid Hughes

The Emperor(ess)'s New Clothes: Deconstructing Gendered Constructions within MiNZC
Margaret Walshaw

Successful Inclusion: What Do Teachers Say They Need?
Jane E. Prochnow, Alison C. Kearney and Janis Carroll-Lind

School Performance and Access to Tertiary Education: The Within-Class selection Model
Roy Nash

Satisfaction and Stress in New Zealand Primary Teachers
Eleanor Hawe, Brian Tuck, Robert Manthei, Vivienne Adair and Ennis Moore

Ask Your Mother Not to Make Yummy Sandwiches: Bullying in New Zealand Secondary Schools
Vivienne A. Adair, Robyn S. Dixon, Ennis W. Moore and Carolyn M. Sutherland

Research Note: Year 13 Male Students' Attitudes to Primary School Teaching as a Career
Penni Cushman

Research Note: Student Teacher Ratio, School Size, and the Academic Achievements of students
Richard Harker

Commentary: Toward a Learning Society: The Role of adult Learners' Week/He Tangata Matauranga
Joyce Stalker

Commentary: What is Critical About Critical Psychology?
Stephen Appel

 

1999 - Volume 34
Numbers 1 & 2


Introduction
Martin Thrupp

The Clouded Trail: Ten Years of Public Education Post-Picot
David Mckenzie

The Price of Partnership: The Before Five Decade
Helen May

Commentary: The Future of New Zealand Universities
Bryan Gould

Economics and the Educational Policy Process in New Zealand
Patrick Fitzsimons, Michael Peters and Peter Roberts

Educational Reform, Accountability and the Culture of Distrust
John Codd

Restructuring New Zealand Education: Insights From the Work of Ruth Jonathan
Mark Olssen

Maori Education Policy 1989-1998: Lampooning it up!
Kathie Irwin

"In Through the Out Door": Policy Developments and Processes for Maori
Patricia Maringi Johnston

The Introduction of Educational Markets in New Zealand: Questions and Consequences
Hugh Lauder, David Hughes, and Susan Watson

Is the Land of the Flightless Bird the Home of the Voucherless Voucher?
Cathy Wylie

Initial Teacher Education Since 1990: Funding and Supply as Determinants of Policy and Practice
Noeline Alcorn

Strip away the Bark. Expose the Heartwood. Get to the Heart of the Matter: Re- regulating Teachers' Labour in New Zealand
Susan L. Robertson

Battling Against the Odds: The Changing Nature of the Teacher Unions
Jocelyn Jesson

Teacher Standards and Professionalism: Contested Perspectives in a Decade of Reform
Keith Sullivan

A Decade of Curricular Reform
Michael Irwin

Technology in the New Zealand Curriculum
James D. Marshall

Assessment in Self-Managing Schools: Primary Teachers Balancing Learning and Accountability Demands in the 1990s
Mary Hill

A Decade of ERO
Martin Thrupp and Richard Smith

Special Education in New Zealand: A Decade of Change
David Mitchell

The Contested Middle Ground: Middle Schools in New Zealand
Gregory Lee and Howard Lee

Towards Bicultural Daughters of Picot: Nation Building through "Low Politics" Educative Leadership
Reynold Macpherson

A Decade of Change and Continuity: Emerging Themes from the Front Line of Reform
Barbara Harold, Laura Hawksworth, Heather Mansell, Martin Thrupp

Commentary: From Nation-Building to Profit-Making: The Past Present and Future of Schooling in New Zealand
Liz Gordon

Essay Review: Reforming Education, Rewriting History
Gregory Lee and Howard Lee

Social Capital, Class Identity, and Progress at School: Case Studies
Roy Nash

Quantifying the Effect of Peer Interaction on Second Language Students' Written Argument Texts
Margaret Franken and Stephen J. Haslett

The Campaign for Temperance Teaching in New Zealand Schools, 1878 - 1928: A Limited Victory
Colin Mcgeorge

Attachment in the School Setting
Nicola Atwool

Some Twentieth Century Issues for Twenty-First Century Teacher Educators
Roger Openshaw

Young Children's Conflicts and Teachers' Perspectives on Them
Anne Smith and Shanee Barraclough

Research Note: Features of Children's Storytelling on Entry to School
Shelly Macdonald and Stuart Mcnaughton

Commentary: Some Pedagogical Reflections on Derrida's Auckland Lecture
Stephen Appel

Commentary: In the Presence of Derrida: "Derrida Downunder" at Auckland
John Morss

 

1998 - Volume 33
Numbers 1 & 2


Assessment for Success in Maori-Medium Primary Schooling?

Winifred H. Crombie and Diane E. Johnson

The Politics of Learning to Read: 1940s Debates Over Literacy Instruction in the New Zealand Primary School
Janet Soler

The Adjustment of Overseas Students at a Tertiary Institution in New Zealand
Bob Beaver and Bryan Tuck

Computer-assisted Instruction in Teaching Literacy Skills to Adults Not in Paid Employment
Lyn Lavery, Michael Townsend and Keri Wilton

III Never Understood What Was So Wrong With Me": The Influence of Girls' Childhood Experiences on Learning and Education
Gillian Marie

Commentary: Muddled Thinking in the Funding of Tertiary Education in New Zealand
Jim Evans

Commentary: A Realist Approach to School Composition Effects: A Response to "How School Mix Shapes School Processes"
Roy Nash

Commentary: Reply to Nash
Martin Thrupp

Quality, Contractualism, and Control: Orchestrating the Sectoral Settlement in Teachers' Work in New Zealand
Susan Robertson

Ko e 'Ulungaanga Faka-Tonga mo e Ako Lelei: Tongan Culture and Academic Achievement
Liuaki Fusitu' A and Eve Coxon

Auditing Research and the Research-Teaching Nexus
David Woodhouse

Cannabis in Schools: Issues for Principals and Boards
Sally Abel and Sally Casswell

Progress at School: Modes of Adaptation and Realist Sociology
Roy Nash

The "New Education Fellowship" in New Zealand: Its Activity and Influence in the 1930s and 1940s
Jane Abbiss

Attitudes to Reading: A Longitudinal Study of the Effectiveness of Reading Recovery
Barrie Wade and Maggie Moore

Non-English Speaking Background Learners in New Zealand Schools
Roger Barnard

 

1997 - Volume 32
Numbers 1 & 2


Is Economics Sufficient for the Government of Education?
Simon Marginson

Deficit Theory and the Family Resource Framework: Parkyn Revisited
Roy Nash

Educational Developmentalists: The Rise and Demise of an Emergent Profession
Josephine Bowler

Computer Assisted Learning with an Integrated Learning System: Another Front for Raising Literacy and Numeracy Amongst Secondary Students?
Judy M. Parr

How School Mix Shapes School Processes: A Comparative Study of New Zealand Schools
Martin Thrupp

Gender Differences in Educational Achievement in a New Zealand Birth Cohort
David M. Fergusson and L. John Horwood

Commentary: Taking a Broader View: A Response to "Struggletown Meets Middletown ..."
Martin Thrupp

Response: Social Class and Reaching Achievement: Sociology Meets Psychology
Tom Nicholson

Research Note: Developing a Methodology to Identify and Priorotise Teachers' Problems and Solutions
Gordon Knight and Denny Meyer

District High Schools In New Zealand In The Nineteenth Century
Catherine Hodder

Living on the Margins: Lesbian Experience in Secondary Schools
Kerry Vincent and Keith Ballard

Educational Vouchers: An Idea Whose Time Should Never Come
David Mckenzie

Beginning School in the 1970s and 80s: The (Re-) Introduction of Continuous Admission in South Australia
Lynne Trethewey

Traditional and Religious Beliefs and the Teaching of Science in Fiji
Neil Taylor and Colin Macpherson

Class Placement At Age 8 and Subsequent Academic Achievement
John Horwood and David Fergusson

 

1996 - Volume 31
Numbers 1 & 2


Education and the Mode of Wormation: An Interview with Mark Poster

Michael Peters

First-Year University Performance as a Function of Type of Secondary School Attended and Gender
David Hughes, Hugh Lauder and Robert Strathdee

Maori Pedagogies and the Roles of the Individual
Margie Hohepa, Stuart McNaughton and Kuni Jenkins

Charters: The Great Disappointment in Early Childhood Services
Sarah-Eve Farquhar

Problems Faced by Pacific Island Students at University in New Zealand: Some Effects on Academic Performance and Psychological Wellbeing
Tavita Toft, Ross Flett and Hineuru Timutimu- Thorpe

Relating Pedagogy to Policy: The New Zealand Experience With Early Reading Failure
Heather Ryan and Roger Openshaw

Commentary Review: Whole Language or Whole Nonsense?
William Tunmer and James Chapman

Response: Making Sense Out of Nonsense
John Smith and Warwick Elley

Europeans in Maori Schools to 1930
John Barrington

Developing a Systemic Approach to Reading Comprehension in High School
Julia Westera

Adult Literacy and Basic Education Policy in New Zealand: One Step Forward and Two Back
Alison Sutton and John Benseman

Academic Outcomes and School Effectiveness: Type " A" and Type "B" Effects
Richard Harker and Roy Nash

The Cultural Safety Debate and the Conservative Restoration inAotearoa/New Zealand
Eleanor Horton and Patrick Fitzsimons

Commentary: Co-Constructing Curricula: A Comment on Two Curricula (Te Whariki and the English Curriculum) and Their Developmental Bases
Stuart McNaughton

Commentary: On "First Year University Performance as a Function of Type of Secondary School Attended and Gender
Richard Harker

Commentary: The Short Term Limits to School Effectiveness Studies: A Reply to Harker
David Hughes, Hugh Lauder and Robert Strathdee

Research Note: Children With Special Abilities: Structuring A Behavioural Inventory
John Kirkland and David Bimler

 

1995 - Volume 30
Numbers 1 & 2


Academic Audit in New Zealand Universities: Some Considerations
Felicity Rawlings

Struggletown Meets Middletown: A Survey of Reading Achievement Levels Among 13-year-old Pupils in Two Contrasting Socioeconomic Areas
Tom Nicholson and Glennis Gallienne

Truancy in Adolescence
David M. Ferguson, Michael T. Lynskey and L. John Horwood

Spelling Instruction in Primary Schools
Barbara Brann and John Hattie

Teachers' Judgements About the Teaching of Art in Primary Schools
Chris Barry and Michael A.R. Townsend

Principals' Perceptions of the Need for Counsellors in Intermediate Schools
Robert J. Manthei

Further Comment on "Do Schools Matter?"
Richard Harker

Research Note: Effects of Cooperative and Individualistic Learning Structures in a University Research Methods Laboratory Class
Dennis W. Moore, Michael A.R. Townsend, Keri M. Wilton, and Bryan F. Tuck

The Nature and Context of Children's Conflicts
Anne B. Smith, Patricia M. Inder and Brenda Ratcliff

The Maori and Pacific Islands School Retention Policy 1990-1991: Lessons Learned
Jennie Harre Hindmarsh, Margie Hohepa and Waimatao Murphy

Phenomenography and Practice
Ingrid Pramling

Contrary Currents: The Application of the Public Sector Reform Framework in Education
Cathy Wylie

Discourse of Disadvantage: Girls' School Achievement
Alison Jones and Susan Jacka

New Zealand Teachers' Perceptions of Occupational Stress and Coping Strategies
Anna Whitehead and Ken Ryba

Literacy Studies: A Review of the Literature, with Signposts for Future Research
Peter Roberts

Commentary: Disability, Family, Whanau and Society
Matewai McCudden

Research Note: More News on Rich and Poor Schools, and the News is Still not Good
Tom Nicholson

Research Note: The Relationship of Language Proficiency to Academic Success for International Students
Lois Bellingham

 

1994 - Volume 29
Numbers 1 & 2


The Impact of Educational Reform on Teachers' Professional Ideologies

Keith Sullivan

Information Technology in the Classroom: An evaluation of professional development for teachers
Alison M. Gilmore

Educational Developmentalists: Introducing a new profession
John Kirkland

Short Adventures? The Mobility, Qualifications and Status of Women Teachers in New Zealand Primary Schools 1894-1904
Colin McGeorge

Literacy and Empowerment: Discourse, power, critique
Colin Lankshear

Is Stress Among New Zealand Teachers Increasing?
Robert Manthei and Alison Gilmore

A Comment on 'Teacher Evaluations of the Performance of Boys and Girls'
Geraldine McDonald

Response to McDonald
D.M. Fergusson and L.J. Horwood

"Rich" and "Poor" Schools in Aotearoa
Liz Gordon

Learning Strategies in the Mathematics Classroom: What Can We Learn From Stimulated Recall Interviews?
Glenda Anthony

Reading Recovery and Children with English as a Second Language
Pauline E. Smith

School-Based Assessment: Underlying ideologies and their implications for teachers and learners
Deborah Willis

Initiating Empowering Research?
Russell Bishop

Culture and Identity, Community and Survival: What is the Cultural in Multiculturalism?
Thomas K. Fitzgerald

Do Schools Matter? - A critique of "Social Inequalities and Differences in School Outcomes"
Wen Li Cheng

Research Note: Some Socioeconomic Characteristics of a Much-Studied Cohort: The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study
Anthony I. Reeder. Michael Feehan, David J. Chalmers and Phil A. Silva

 

1993 - Volume 28
Numbers 1 & 2


The Bulk Funding of New Zealand Primary Schools: an historical perspective

Colin McGeorge

Relationships Between Early Childhood Centre Experience and Social Behaviour at School
Anne B Smith, Patricia Minder and Brenda Ratcliff

Academic and Psychosocial Apprehensions of Teachers and Teacher Trainees Toward the Educational Acceleration of Gifted Children
Michael A R Townsend and Helen Patrick

Staircasing within ACCESS, a Training Programme for the Unemployed: Fact or Fiction?
V A Ferguson and J H Miller

Career Development of Students Pursuing Higher Education
Diana Bloor and Judith Brook

A Socio-political Perspective on Disability: Research and Institutional Disabilism
Keith Ballard

School Counsellors and Guidance Networks: Roles Revisited
Judi Miller, Robert Manthei and Alison Gilmore

High School Principals' Attitudes to Performance Evaluation: Professional Development or Accountability?
Simon Peel and Kerr lnkson

Gender Differences in the Academic Career in New Zealand Universities
Latika Vasil

The Management of Childhood Asthma: Attendance and School Performance
S McNaughton, L Smith, H Rea, I Asher, E Mitchell, J Mulder, E Seelye, A Stewart, G Taylor

Philosophy, Education and Literacy: Some Comments on Bloom
Peter Roberts

 

1992 - Volume 27
Number 1 & 2


He Kanohi Kitea: Conducting and Evaluating Educational Research

Russell Bishop and Ted Glynn

Gender Equity in Queensland Education Policy
Julie Laxon and John Knight

Principles and Practices for Equity of Needs Assessment and Resource Allocation in Special Education
G. Brian Thompson and Jacqueline R. Burgon

Sharing Curriculum Decisions with Parents: an Overview of Findings of Project C.R.R.I.S.P.
Peter Ramsay, Barbara Harold, Kay Hawk, Rose Marriot and Jenny Poskitt

Confirmatory Factor Models of TOSCA
D.M. Ferguson, L.J. Horwood and M.T. Lynskey

A Constructivist Critique of Mastery Learning in Mathematics
Garth Ritchie and Ken Carr

Phonological Processing and Reading Recovery: A Reply to Clay
William E. Tunmer

Working With Class: The Educational Expectations and Practices of Class-Resourced Ramilies
Roy Nash and Richard Harker

Schooling, Democracy, and Teachers as Intellectual Vanguard
Kevin Harris

The Relational School: Fostering Pluralism and Empowerment Through a 'Language Policy Across the Curriculum'
Stephen A. May

Policy Agendas for Children's Lives
Carmen Dalli

Whose Morning News Is It?
Tony Knott, Dennis W. Moore, Robyn Dixon, Helen Rowsell, Linda Sheldon & Stuart McNaughton

Analysis of Teacher Behaviour in Physical Education Lessons
Bevon C. Grant

Age Norms on the PAT: A Response to McDonald
Warwick Elley, Neil Reid, David Hughes & Cedric Croft

'Henry & lain’: A Comment on a Response
Geraldine Mcdonald

 

1991 - Volume 26
Number 1 & 2


Editorial Introduction

Gary McCulloch & Bryan Tuck

Looking Back at Education: The Abandonment of Hope
John Freeman-Moir & Alan Scott

Explaining Change: The Difference Between Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Models of School Effects
Raymond T. Mirikitani

Open Schools or Conventional: Which Does the Job Better?
Kathy Jackson & David Harvey

Teacher Evaluations of the Performance of Boys and Girls
D. M. Fergusson, M. Lloyd & L. J. Horwood

Youth, State Policy and the Labour Market: The Construction of a New Hegemony
Liz Gordon

ESSAY REVIEW

Studies of Writing and Learning: Recent Developments and their Policy Implications
David Philips

Introduction: 25 years on
Gary McCulloch & Bryan Tuck

Human Capital Theory and the Wastage of Talent in New Zealand
David Hughes & Hugh Lauder

School Charters: The Contractualist State and Education Policy
John Codd & Liz Gordon

Academic Helpseeking in Intermediate-school Classrooms: Effects of Achievement, Ethnic Group, Sex and Classroom Organisation
Michael A. R. Townsend, Margaret Manley & Bryan F. Tuck

Family Ethnicity, Social Background and Scholastic Achievement - An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study
D. M. Fergusson, M. Lloyd & L. J. Horwood

Henry and lain Encounter the PAT Age Percentiles
Geraldine Mcdonald

Educating for Parenthood: The Role of the School
Barbara Calvert & Warren R. Stanton

Syntactic Awareness and Reading Recovery: A Response to Tunmer
Marie M. Clay

 

1990 - Volume 25
Number 1 & 2


The Role of Language Prediction Skills in Beginning Reading

William E. Tunmer

Sexist Language and University Academic Staff: attitudes, awareness and recognition of sexist language
Malcolm W. Stewart, Cynthia D. Verstraate & Janet L. Fanslow

Education and Hermeneutics: A Freirean Interpretation
Michael Peters & Colin Lankshear

Reading Comprehension of High and Low-interest Reading Material among Maori, Pakeha and Pacific Island Children
Michael A. R. Townsend & Jane E. Townsend

Access to Primary School Education in Trinidad and Tobago
Clayton G. Mackenzie

Gender, Schooling and Transformation: Evaluating Liberal Feminist Action in Education
Ronald G. Sultana

The Factor Structure of TOSCA
Ross St George, James W. Chapman & Robert D. Lambourne

Social Inequalities and Differences in School Outcomes
Hugh Lauder & David Hughes

The Reading Recovery Programme, 1984-88: Coverage, Outcomes and Education Board District Figures
Marie M. Clay

Direct Entry to University from the Sixth Form: Gender Performance Differentials in First Year of Study
Stephen P. Keef

 

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