NZ Journal of Teachers' Work

 

 

2010 – Volume 7, Issue 2

Snake-Oil Or Fair Early Childhood Education Policy?
JOHN O’NEILL AND PAUL ADAMS

Ronald Vine: Views on Education. Part Two: 1945-1959
MIKE VINE

Unorthodox Learning For Economics Teachers
LESLEY DREDGE

National Standards: The Public Debate – What Was It All About?
JOHN CLARK

What Can We Learn From History? The Early Post-World War Two Debate Over Literacy And Numeracy Standards, 1945-1962 In Perspective.
ROGER OPENSHAW AND MARGARET WALSHAW

Anxieties, Desires and Sylvia: From Preparation to Beginning Teacher
GREG BURNETT

Nailing Down an Identity – The Voices of Six Carpentry Educators
LISA MAURICE-TAKEREI AND JOCE JESSON

Expanding Women’s Work in the University and Beyond – Carnegie Connections, 1923-1942
JENNY COLLINS

Resources to Support Tertiary Education Institutions to Model and Teach Te Tiriti o Waitangi
MARGARET STUART AND WAANA WATENE

Contextualizing the Spiritual in an Adult Learning Environment
EVONNE PHILLIPS

2010 – Volume 7, Issue 1

Heeding Parents in Educational Reform
PAUL ADAMS AND JOHN O’NEILL

Partners For Success: Grappling With New Concepts That Challenge The Old
WAANA WATENE AND MARGARET STUART

National Standards: A Parent’s Perspective
BILL COURTNEY

National Standards: Are They Up To Standard?
JOHN CLARK

Why the New National Literacy Standards Won’t Close Our Literacy Achievement Gap
KEITH GREANEY AND ALISON ARROW

Speaking Plainly: Student Led Reporting in Relation to the New Zealand Curriculum Standards
JENNIFER CHARTERIS AND REBECCA TRAFFORD

Being an Inclusive Faculty in New Zealand Schools
RENÉE STEWART

‘Summative’ and ‘Formative’: Confused by the Assessment Terms?
BILL USSHER AND KERRY EARL

Ronald Vine: Views on Education. Part One: 1934-1939
MIKE VINE

Churn: The Unacceptable Face of the Global Knowledge Economy?
JOCE JESSON

 

2009 – Volume 6, Issue 2

National Standards of Ministerial Conduct
JOHN O’NEILL AND PAUL ADAMS

Building Interests: A 1940s Story of Curriculum Innovation and Contemporary Connections
ALISON SEWELL AND KERRY BETHELL

‘We teach who we are’: Male Primary School Teacher Candidates’ Views of Being the Teacher
STEVEN S. SEXTON

The Ongoing and Reviewable Resourcing Scheme: Policy and Outcomes Mismatch?
ROSALIND BARTLEET

Autism Research: A Call for Collaboration
BRITT EDWARDS AND GENEÉ MARKS

Teacher Learning and Pedagogical Shifts Subsequent to Professional Development Experiences
ANNE LAWRENCE, GLENDA ANTHONY AND LIPING DING

Schools’ Provision for Students at Risk of Not Achieving: Evaluation of an ERO Evaluation Report
KEITH GREANEY

Signing Off the Standards, Making the Disciplines Mandatory
MAXINE STEPHENSON AND NANE RIO

 

2009 – Volume 6, Issue 1

Parsimonious Motivations, Educational Dogmatism and Political Folly: Contextualizing Cuts to Adult Community Education
Paul Adams and John O’Neill

New Zealand ECE Teachers Talk About Te Whaariki
Marit Alvestad, Judith Duncan and Anita Berge

An Exploration of Teacher Power and its Place in Negotiation as a Teaching Strategy in Early Years
Helen Bernstone

Briefing Paper: Men in Early Childhood Education
Julie Jones

Photovoice in the Middle: How our Students Experience Learning at School and Beyond
Emily Nelson and Kate Christensen

Establishing Control and Manufacturing Consent in Teachers’ Work
Rob George

An Administrator’s (Mentors) Guide to the Beginning Teacher’s Needs
Thomas G. Ryan

A Four Stage Process of Co-operative Teaching for Beginning University Teachers Meeting First Year University Students
Joanna Kidman and Ken Stevens

Through Others’ Eyes: Reflections of a Tertiary Teacher
Nicky De Lautour

 

2008 – Volume 5, Issue 2

Promises, Sweeteners and the Teacher Vote
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

The Value of Enabling Teachers to Research Their Practice
Lindsey N. Conner and Janinka Greenwood

Personal Reflections on Professional Practice: A Portrayal of Nora
Birgitte Malm

A Critical Review of Curriculum Mapping: Implications for the Development of an Ethical Teacher Professionality
Leon Benade

Unlocking the Formative Potential of NCEA
Peter Rawlins

The NCEA and How We Got There: The Role of PPTA in School Qualifications Reform 1980-2002
Judie Alison

 

2008 – Volume 5, Issue 1

‘Any Conduct That Brings or is Likely to Bring Discredit to the Profession’
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

Beyond Quality in Early Childhood Education and Care – Languages of Evaluation
Peter Moss and Gunilla Dahlberg

The Pursuit of Profit in Education – The Penetration of Business into the Early Childhood and Primary Schooling Sectors
Rob George

Ambiguity as Work: Teachers’ Knowledge Creation in Classrooms
Glenn Hultman

‘Am I doing this?’ The Reflective Educative Process of One Teacher Educator
Steven S. Sexton

Social Justice and Moral Education in China
John Clark

Education's 'Inconvenient Truth': Part Two
The Middle Classes Have Too Many Friends in Education

Martin Thrupp

 

2007 – Volume 4, Issue 2

A Tribute to John Codd and Roy Nash
Paul Adams and & John O’Neill

Education's ‘Inconvenient Truth': Part One
Persistent Middle Class Advantage

Martin Thrupp

Five Factors for Effective Teaching
Philip Gurney

Putting the Community Back Into Inquiry Based Learning
Ra Davis

'Slicing up the Funding Pie'. Tertiary Funding in New Zealand: Where It's Been and Where It's Going
Matt Russell

Culture of Care: A Chronology of New Zealand Teacher Induction Policy
Squirrel Main and Mary Hill

Moral Education in Asia: Pressures, Contradictions and Future Directions
John Clark

 

2007 – Volume 4, Issue 1

'Lite' Education Policy for Educational Inequality
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

Some Implications of the Te Kotahitanga Model of Teacher Positioning
Anita Gutschlag

Viewing Beyond the Narrative Content: Young Children Discuss a Popular DVD Text
Jennifer Bishop and Winifred Jackson

'Whose Education Is It Anyway?': Why It Is Important That Teachers Understand and Question the Broader Contexts that Shape the Curriculum
Ra Davis

The Identification of Pre-Service Teachers' Philosophical Orientation
Thomas Ryan

Teaching Psychology At Undergraduate Level: Rethinking What We Teach And How We Teach It
Sonja Goedeke

Children's Issues Centre: 12 Years of Research and Advocacy
The Children's Issues Centre

What's Up With Our Schools? A New Zealand Principal Speaks Out
Richard Smith

 

2006 – Volume 3, Issue 2

The Initial Teacher Education Research Programme: Is it Robust or Token 'Evidence Base'?
Paul Adams and John O’Neill

College of Education Ceremony, Massey University, Palmerston North, 11th May 2006
John Codd

Using the Knowledge Base About Family and Community Influences on Child Outcomes: A Pilot Study Applying Best Evidence for Teacher Preparation in Early Childhood Education
Jayne White and Don Millar

Sensing Expertise in Pre-Service Teacher Education
Thomas Ryan

Teaching Values: Näive or Cynical?
David Chapman

Shaman, Prophet, Sage: Deepening the Meaning of Spirituality and Social Justice for Teachers' Practice
Mary Eastham

Tertiary Teacher Development and the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
Neil Haigh

Teacher Man
Eleanor Bourke

 

2006 – Volume 3, Issue 1

Personalising Teacher Responsibility
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

Boys in Education Conference - Wednesday 19 April, 2006
Pita Sharples

Enhancing Teachers' Questioning Skills to Improve Children's Learning and Thinking in Pacific Island Early Childhood Centres
Lila Mauigoa-Tekene

Initial Early Childhood Teacher Education: A Look at Some Research, Some Policy and Some
Practices

Colin Tarr

Teacher Research as TESOL Professional Development: A Case Study
Margaret Kitchen and Maree Jeurissen

Teacher Numbers in New Zealand: Attrition and Replacement
Richard Harker and James Chapman

The History Boys by Alan Bennett, St James Theatre, Wellington, February 24-28, 2006
Zoe Brooks

 

2005 – Volume 2, Issue 2

Government Policy and Early Childhood Education
Paul Adams and John O’Neill

The Historical Evolution and Contemporary Status of Montessori Schooling in New Zealand
Mary Jane Shuker

Exploring Literacy with Infants from a Sociocultural Perspective
Judy Hamer

Studying Teachers’ Work Through Mind-Maps
Eva Gannerud and Karin Rönnerman

Will a Revised Code of Practice Change the Practices of Male Teachers in their Interactions with Children?
Penni Cushman

'I must respect my teacher, I must respect my teacher, I must respect my teacher...' The Merits of Giving Out Lines as a Punishment
Janis Carroll-Lind

A Change of Direction for NCEA: On Re-marking, Scaling and Norm-referencing
Roy Nash

Standards-Based Assessment in the Senior Secondary School: A Review of the Literature
Peter Rawlins, Jill Brandon, Jan Chapman, Linda Leach, Guyon Neutze, Adèle
Scott and Nick Zepke

Inducting School Principals: Principles and Dilemmas
Graeme Macann

Pre-Service Student Reflections on the Nature of Teachers' Work
Andrew Wood

Effective Mentoring of Student Teachers: A Further Contribution
Marion Sanders

Towards a Model of New Zealand School-Based Teacher Professional Development
Jenny Poskitt

Collaboration Among Teachers in Polytechnics
Pasi Savonmäki

Adams, P., Vossler, K., & Scrivens, C. (Eds.) (2005). Teachers' work in Aotearoa New Zealand. Melbourne: Thomson Dunmore.
Joce Jesson

Saltman, K.J. (2005). The Edison schools: Corporate schooling and the asault on public education. New York and London: Routledge.
John O'Neill

 

2005 – Volume 2, Issue 1

The Truth about Teachers' Work
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

Graduation Address
Ivan Snook

The Poor Kids!
Susan St John and Janfrie Wakim

‘There can be no contentment but in proceeding.’
David Mckenzie

Being a Critical Consumer of Research is Important: Consider the Political Spin and Shortcomings of NZCER’s Competent Children Study For Example
Gillian Croad and Sarah Farquhar

Professional Development and Student Achievement Gains: A Look at the Te Kõtahitanga Report
Roy Nash

The Privatisation of Education: QPEC Factfiles
John Minto

The Perceptions of Teacher Education in Relation to the Teaching Practicum
Peter Lind

Developing Praxis for a Few Non-English Speaking Background Students in the Class
Penny Haworth

The ‘PM Readers’ versus ‘Ready to Read’ Stories as Instructional Reading Texts: Some Comparative Analyses
Keith Greaney

Scaffolding Alex: Actively Supporting Young Children in the Visual Arts
Lisa Terreni

Helping Teachers Develop Formative Assessment Strategies
Stephanie Geddes

Weaving Te Whäriki: Aotearoa New Zealand’s Early Childhood Curriculum Document in Theory and Practice
Cushla Scrivens

 

2004 – Volume 1, Issue 2

Where to Now for Teachers and Teacher Education?
Paul Adams and John O'Neill

Curriculum: Sitting on the Fault Line
David Chapman

The Ethics of Teaching and the Teaching of Ethics
John Clark

Effective Mentoring of Student Teachers: Attitudes, Characteristics and Practices of Successful Associate Teachers Within a New Zealand Context.
Lyn Mcdonald

Learners and Outcomes: Where Did All The Children Go?
Keith Ballard

The Growing Burden of Student Loans
Rachel Keegan

Boss of Our Story
Janinka Greenwood and Liz Brown

Unlocking Formative Assessment: Practical Strategies for Enhancing Students' Learning in the Primary and Intermediate Classroom
Jenny Poskitt

"Dropping Out", Drifting Off, Being Excluded: Becoming Somebody Without School
John O'Neill

Because Of The Kids: Facing Racial and Cultural Differences in Schooling
Hine Waitere-Ang

 

 

2004 – Volume 1, Issue 1

Inaugural Editorial
John O’Neill and Paul Adams

GUEST EDITORIAL
What is Happening to Schools and Teachers in New Zealand?

John Smyth

Notschool.net Uncovered: Not All it Seems
Mark Brown

Art Rooms: Sites of Empowerment and Success
Sue Sutherland

The Current Work of New Zealand Teaching Principals
Graham Collins

Board of Trustees’ Selection Practices of Primary School Principals in New Zealand
Keren Brooking

Increasing Internationalisation of the Primary Sector: Funding the Coffers and Encouraging Cultural Diversity, or Disadvantaging ‘Domestic’ Students?
Richard Smith

A Teacher’s Work
John Minto

Report on NZEI Hui
Rachel Keegan

Teacher Effectiveness and the Explanation of Social Disparities in Educational Attainment
Roy Nash

Why Did Kath, Mary and Kim Get So Little Education (and Is There Hope for Their Children)?
Liz Gordon

The Ethical Teacher
John Clark

 

 


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