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2009 – No. 2

Spotlight on Effective Teaching: An Interview With John Hattie
Sarah Boyd

Lessons From Sweden: Male Teachers in the Primary School
Penni Cushman

Fractions: Partitioning and the Part-Whole Concept
Jonathan Fisher

A Burning Issue: What is the Impact of School Fires?
David Teeman, Pauline Wade, Sarah Golden and Alison Lawson

Challenges for Science Education
Richard Meylan

The Te Kotahitanga Effective Teaching Profile
Russell Bishop and Mere Berryman

Connecting Science Teachers With Their Mäori Students: Linking One School’s Tuata With Forest Ecology
Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Bronwen Cowie And Ted Glynn

Te Pikinga Ki Runga: Raising Possibilities
Sonja Macfarlane

Mathematics and Mäori-Medium Education: Learners’ Perspectives
Ngärewa Häwera, Merilyn Taylor and Leeana Herewini

Hitting the Roof: Understanding Ceiling Effects
Charles Darr


2009 – No. 1

Spotlight On Leadership: An Interview With Professor Viviane Robinson
Sarah Boyd

Abusive and Inappropriate Sexual Behaviour Among Years 7 and 8 Students: A Survey of Teachers
Marie Russell, Sue Buckley And Cate Walton With Zachary Gerring And James Black

Surviving Teaching: Learning From Japanese Native-Speaker Teachers
Yasuko Okamura and Judi Miller

Understanding and Responding to the Tensions Between Deficit Discourses and Inclusive Education
Bernadette Macartney

An Unexpected Breakthrough for Rapid Reading Improvement: AVAILLL Uses Movies So Students Read It, See It and Get It
Faye Parkhill and Jilaine Johnson

The Powerful Learning Process
Sarah Martin

Embracing the Power of Texting: Eliminating Playground Noncompliance and Aggression
Kay Petchell and Ted Glynn

Exploring the Use of an Interactive Whiteboard in a Primary Science Classroom
Barbara Ryan and Bronwen Cowie

Opportunities and Challenges in Technology-Rich Classrooms: Using the Scratch Software
Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Michael Forret and Merilyn Taylor

Assessment Development at NZCER in 2009
Charles Darr, Chris Joyce and Juliet Twist


2008 – No. 2

Spotlight on Learning Pathways: An Interview With Margaret Carr
Boyd, Sarah

“Proud to be Kiwi”: How We Created a Play From No Prewritten Script for a Formal Production
Searle, Annette

Putting the Nature of Science Strand into the Water Cycle
Joyce, Chris; Bull, Ally; Hipkins, Rosemary; Macintyre, Bill

Student-Centred Curriculum Integration and the New Zealand Curriculum
Brough, Chris

“Students First” and Nurturing Networks: Visualising Positive Futures for New Zealand Secondary Students
Moore, Jennifer; Robinson, Sue

Paying Attention to Detail: Getting Readers to Think Small So They Can Think Big
Twist, Juliet

Improving Students’ Writing: The Impact of Teacher Knowledge and Student-Focused Practice Limbrick, Libby Et Al

Asian Students in New Zealand Classrooms: Their Perceptions of Supports and Barriers to Reading Achievement
Parkhill, Faye; Fletcher, Jo

How Can the Needs of Advanced Bilingual Learners Be Met in Primary Schools?
White, Kerensa; Lewis, Karen

Raising Students’ Literacy Achievements in Secondary School: Findings From Teacher–Researcher Partnerships
Mcdonald, Trevor Et Al

Assessment Resource Banks and the New Curriculum
Joyce, Chris

FAQS About the New Pat:Reading Tests (Reprinted With Corrections)
Watson, Verena


2008 – No. 1

Spotlight On Assessment: An Interview With Terry Crooks
Sarah Boyd

Influences On Pasifika Students' Achievement In Literacy
Jo Fletcher, Faye Parkhill, Amosa Fa'afoi, And Leali'ie'e Tufulasi Taleni

Teaching For Scholarship Success
Jenny Horsley

Students Think History and Teachers Learn
Phillipa Hunter and Bruce Farthing

A Possible Future? Senior Secondary Education in the Year 2030
Rachel Bolstad

Effective Bicultural Leadership: A Way To Restore Harmony at School and Avoid Suspension
Mere Berryman And Sonja Bateman

What Principals Want in a "Male Role Model"
Penni Cushman

Integrated Use of ICT in Primary Schools: A Case Study of a High-Decile School
Diane Brooks and Jo Fletcher

Longer Learning Periods for the Secondary School Day: What Does Research Say?
Rosemary Hipkins

Early Experiences of Longer Learning Periods at Alfriston College
Rosemary Hipkins, With Lynda Shanks and Michal Denny

FAQS About the New PAT: Reading Tests
Verena Watson


2007 – No. 3

Spotlight on Improving Educational Outcomes: An Interview With Stuart McNaughton
Sarah Boyd

Understanding the Unknown: Looking at Algebraic Thinking—Number Properties
Teresa Maguire

Rubrics in Technology
Selena Hinchco and Judy Moreland

Home-School Partnerships. What Are They Really?
Keren Brooking

Imag-Ining the Nation: Illustration and Identity in the New Zealand School Journal
Helen Moore

Curriculum: A Catalyst for Change—Challenges for the Future
Cheryl Doig

Developing the Teachers We Need for the Schools We Want
Jennifer Garvey Berger

Half Empty or Half Full?
Andy Begg

Starting Out in Teaching: Surviving or Thriving As a New Teacher
Marie Cameron, Susan Lovett, and Jennifer Garvey Berger

Getting the Most Out of Professional Development
Louisa Linterman, with Rob Browne


2007 – No. 2

Spotlight on Children's Issues: An Interview With Anne Smith
Sarah Boyd

Bullying On the Bus: Prevalence and Prevention
Juliana Raskauskas

Beyond the School Gate: Provisions for Gifted and Talented Students
Tracy Riley

Can Drama Enhance Visual-Art Making?
Chris Horne with Kathie Boyd

R?PP: Tape-Assisted Reading to Support Students' Literacy in M?ori in Two Bilingual Schools
Mere Berryman and Paul Woller

First Language Literacy Skill Transfer in a Second Language Learning Environment: Strategies for Biliteracy
Chris Lowman with Tangimai Fitzgerald, Patsy Rapira, and Rahera Clark

"How Many Sounds In Ox?" A Survey of Linguistic Knowledge That Teachers Might Need to Teach Reading and Spelling Effectively
Tom Nicholson

Address at the Launch of the Hidden Lives of Learners, by Graham Nuthall
Rt Hon Helen Clark

The Power of Student Voice
Lesley Tait and Sarah Martin

Students' Perspectives on Teacher Questioning in the Secondary Classroom
Craig Steed, Jenny Poskitt, and Alison Kearney

Taking the First Step From Secondary School
Sally Boyd

Some Musings About the Links Between Formative Assessment and the Development of Key Competencies
Chris Joyce

2007 – No. 1

Literacy, cultural diversity, and home-school partnerships
Juliet Smith

Creating opportunities for learning with mathematical tasks
Glenda Anthony and Margaret Walshaw

Thinking Skills in the early years: a literature review
Kate Ridley

Thinking about the “big picture”: how can school science contribute?
Ally Bull, Chris Joyce, and Rose Hipkins

Connecting learners with their pasts as a way into history
Philippa Hunter and Bruce Farthing

Spotlight in spelling: an interview with Cedric Croft
Sarah Boyd


Can we improve our school governance?
Cathy Wylie


Focusing on relationships creates safety in schools
Tom Cavanagh

Praising Maori children: getting it right
Veronica Butterworth and Jill Bevan-Brown

Relational pedagogy and the Arts
Deborah Fraser, Graham Price, Viv Aitken, with Gay Gilbert, Amanda Klemick, Lisa Rose, and Shirley Tyson

Creating opportunities through care in the mathematics classroom
Margaret Walshaw and Glenda Anthony


Getting our heads around percentiles
Charles Darr


2006 – No. 3

Teaching and learning

Move over teacher: sharing control of learning with our students using a transformative approach through education for sustainability
Faye Wilson-Hill

Fast horses, slow cows: context and mathematical tasks
Merilyn Taylor and Bronwen Cowie

Pupils’ views of the curriculum: are you “in the know”?
Pippa Lord

“If they don’t care, then I won’t”: the importance of caring abut our students’ mathematics learning
Robin Averill and Megan Clark


Does numeracy = mathematics?
Andy Begg


Extending guided reading with critical literacy
Susan Sandretto and the Critical Literacy Research Team

Great expectations: academic and social outcomes for students
Christine Rubie-Davies

Great expectations: pedagogical beliefs and instructional practices
Christine Rubie-Davies

Acquiring the mathematics register in classrooms
Tamsin Meaney

Phonological awareness: investigating the phonological awareness knowledge of New Zealand primary schools’ educators
Jane Carroll


Making sense of measurement scales
Charles Darr


A subject guide to all articles published in set: Research information for teachers in 2006


2006 – No. 2

Teaching and learning

Hand-Hygiene facilities and food-safety education – a survey of New Zealand school
Greg Simmons, Yvonne Townsend, and Wanzhen Gao

How students interpret poetry: findings from Assessment Resource Banks trials
Sue McDowall and Verena Watson

Multiple perspectives on a withdrawal programme for students gifted in mathematics
Brenda Bicknell and Tracy Riley

Missing the point: reporting on student achievement to Korean parents at one New Zealand high school
Simon Crosby and Hyoung-Kuen Kim


What’s wrong with school improvement?
John West-Burnham


Learning dispositions and key competencies: a new curriculum continuity across the sectors?
Margaret Carr

Continuity of learning: adding funds of knowledge from the home environment
Carolyn Jones

Strengthening written language – a cluster approach
Murray Gadd

Who wants to play “Careers”? New research into young people’s priorities and the future of careers guidance
Karen Vaughan

Fishing with the new net… transfer of students’ information-literacy skills between the secondary and tertiary environments
Glynis Shields and Dale Bennett


Frequently asked questions about assessment
Charles Dar


2006 – No. 1

How well do our students achieve? A summary of 35 years of international comparisons
Warwick B. Elley

What makes for successful integrated use of ICT in a low-decile primary school?
Jo Fletcher and Diane Brooks

Behaviour intervention: A pilot programme
Alison Sutherland

Students take the lead: Moving towards student-led conferences
Robyn Fox

Effective use of reading recovery in low-decile schools
Sue McDowall

How I feel about maths at school – accessing children’s understandings through their drawings
Mark Kilpatrick, with Vicki M. Carpenter and Gregor Lomas

Who should decide the curriculum?
Rachel Bolstad

Planning your research project
Mark Rickinson

Professional development through teacher enquiry
Graham Handscomb and John MacBeath

If “research” is the answer, what was the question?
Rosemary Hipkins

Which assessment tool?
Chris Joyce

2005 – No. 3

Male teachers in primary schools

Penni Cushman

Text-bullying: is it related to rational or verbal aggression?
Juliana Raskauskas, Janis Carroll-Lind and Alison Kearney

Beginning teaching: Stress, satisfaction and resilience
Lexie Grudnoff and Bryan Tuck

Experiential learning in the context of educating for a suitable future: is it an appropriate pedagogy for shifting teachers’ thinking and engaging learners?
Barry law

What do Year 8 students know and understand about New Zealand society? Findings from NEMP probe study
Eleanor Hawe and Isabel Browne

Multiple intelligences: Fashionable or foundational?
Mennie Scapens and Deborah Fraser

Making school-driven innovations happen
Sally Boyd

Thinking about the key competencies in the light of the intention to foster lifelong learning
Rosemary Hipkins

Inquiry-based curriculum integration in the secondary school
Jedd Bartlett

Information literacy and evidence-based practice
Adaire Hannah

Building students’ research expertise: History as a case study
Rosemary Hipkins

Helping students to use metacognition
Lindsey Conner

A hitchhiker’s guide to reliability
Charles Darr


2005 – No. 2

What factors promote and support students in reading and writing?
Jo Fletcher, Faye Parkhill and Amosa Fa’afoi

Literacy teaching and learning during the secondary years: Establishing a pathway for success to NCEA and beyond
Trevor McDonald and Christina Thornley

Illustrating quality social studies learning: Cases from the exemplar project
Ally Sewell, Clare Sinnema, Christina Ward, Jill Wynyard, Rowena Taylor, Rose Atkins and Nicola Church

Smart start with PMP: Implementation, management, and evaluation
Angela Litterick-Biggs and Guy Broadly

Information literacy and student research
Rosemary Hipkins

Five questions worth asking about self-regulated learning
Charles Darr

Empowering students to become self-regulating writers: The journey of one class
Verena Watson

“I know something about forces.” Self-regulated learning during science investigations in a junior classroom
Chris Joyce and Rosemary Hipkins

Self-regulated learning in mathematics classes
Charles Darr and Jonathan Fisher

Reflecting on mathematics journals – the kaleidoscope effect
Alex Neill

A hitchhiker’s guide to validity
Charles Darr


2005 – No. 1

Evidence of phonological-based word identification deficits among children with reading difficulties
Keith Greaney and Jan Ryder

Teaching gifted and talented students in all classrooms: Research-based questions and answers
Tracy Riley and Brenda Bicknall

“Do we get our say?” Negotiating the curriculum with students at risk
Judy Bruce

Students’ experiences of “researching” in different subjects
Rosemary Hipkins

Developing young children’s creativity: What can we learn from research?
Caroline Sharp

Theatre and open-ended play in the early years – combining to promote opportunities for creativity
Carey English and Pat Broadhead

Teaching and educational research in New Zealand: Directions, dilemmas, and dangers
Noeline Alcorn

Mathematics word problems and Year 12 students
Anne Lawrence and Marc Paterson

Addressing mathematical promise
Brenda Bicknell and Tracy Riley

Home-school partnerships in mathematics education
Gayle Eyers and Jenny Young-Loveridge

Estimation exposed
Alex Neill

Formative assessment and the ARB website
Jonathon Fisher


2004 - No. 2

Celebrating 30 years: Highlights and history
Maire K.C. Smith

An integrative curriculum approach to road safety education
Joy Cullen and Pat Nolan

Future thinking: One school's experience of teaching thinking strategies
Anne Sturgess

"In, about, and for": Exploring the foundations of environmental education
Miles Barker and Lynnette Rogers

Environmental education in New Zealand schools: Characteristics and achievements
Chris Eames and Bronwen Cowie

Let's ask: "Is the content important to our students?"
Lindsey N. Conner

From the past: The decline in jumping standards
Peter Bowler

From the past: Find the moral

Influences on gifted students' motivation: Fostering healthy hearts and minds
Lynda Garrett

Learning social and co-operative skills in Year 1 classrooms
Christine Pardy-Comber, Joanne Walker, and Dennis Moore

Chinese-speaking students' perceptions of learning science in English in New Zealand
Liyun Zhang and Bronwen Cowie

"I was born with a few disabilities-this does not stop me from trying my best and I give most things a go". Inclusion from the perspectives of students with disabilities
Jude MacArthur and Bernie Kelly

What's happening with the Assessment Resource Banks?
Chris Joyce


2004 - No. 1

Effective Reading Programmes in the Junior School: How some schools produce high literacy levels at Year 3

Warwick B. Elley

Highlighting children's awareness of their texts through talk
Richard Ward and Stephanie Dix

Opening up a new world: The use of The Game and other stories by reluctant readers
Sue McDowall

New ways of thinking about raising boys' achievement
Ros McLellan

Celebrating a continuing service
John Watson, Director 1968–84

Learners and outcomes: Where did all the children go?
Keith Ballard

Moving from the one-off: Supporting progression in technology
Vicki Compton and Cliff Harwood

"Put your finger on your nose if you are proud of your technology!" Technology in the new entrant classroom
Louise Milne

Putting students at the centre: Developing effective learners in primary technology classrooms
Judy Moreland

Assessment in technology is not a written language exercise
Dawn Coburn and Angela Miller


2003 - No. 3

School reports: "Praising with faint damns"

John Hattie and Roger Peddie

Environmental education: Roots in the past, visions of the future, opportunities in the present
Rachel Bolstad

Theoretical approaches to transition
Sally Peters

"This is school... where people come to learn for school": What children need to know when they start school
Sue Dockett and Sarah Simpson

Environmental education for secondary students
Rachel Bolstad

Catching the knowledge wave? The knowledge society: What does it mean for education?
Jane Gilbert

The band-aid strip
Charles Darr and Jonathan Fisher

Young children’s understanding of volume
Brenda Bicknell

Teacher feedback to students in numeracy lessons: Are students getting good value?
Nicky Knight


2003 - No. 2

The meaning of "equals"

Charles Darr

Kanohi ki te kanohi: Establishing partnerships between schools and Mäori communities
James Graham

Do pupils with learning difficulties need teaching strategies that are different from those used with other pupils?
Ann Lewis and Brahm Norwich

Curriculum framing
Arohia Durie

School Entry Assessment tasks: Why do teachers use them - or not?
Eleanor Hawe, Helen Dixon, Ruth Williams, and Bryan Tuck

Exercising teachers' choice of NEMP tasks: Bringing assessment resources into the classroom
Alison Gilmore

ARBs in the assessment mix
Sally Boyd

Formative assessment and the professional development of teachers: Are we focusing on what is important?
Helen Dixon and Ruth Williams

What tools and strategies do teachers use to assess Year 5, 7, and 9 students in English and mathematics?
Karyn Dunn and Chris Marston

How useful do teachers find the tools and strategies they use for assessing English and mathematics at Year 5, 7, and 9?
Karyn Dunn and Chris Marston


2003 - No. 1

Environmental education in Otago primary schools: Education for the environment?

Tania J. McLean

An early exploration of a new technology for teachers: asTTle
Charles Darr

"Don't eat other people's lunch". Children's views of starting school
Sue Dockett and Bob Perry

Whole-class interactive teaching
Paul Dickinson

Listening to read: Further research on the tape-assisted reading programme (TARP)
John Medland

Teachers as researchers: A professional necessity?
Viviane Robinson

Teacher talk to improve teaching practices
Brian Annan, Mei Kuin Lai, and Viviane Robinson

Using achievement information to raise student achievement
Irene Symes and Helen Timperley

Inclusion: What happened after Special Education 2000?
Mei Kuin Lai, Maria Sinclair, Prakash Naidoo, Sylvie Naidoo, and Viviane Robinson

Reporting to parents
Pam Thomas, Mei Kuin Lai, Viviane Robinson, and Magdalene Pythian


2002 - No. 3

Can we keep it? Yes we can!: A summary of the Books in Homes programme evaluation

Karyn Dunn and Cedric Croft

Children's notions of commutativity: Do we need more than 'turn-arounds'?
Glenda Anthony and Margaret Walshaw

National consultation on exemplars: What difference does it make for teachers?
Jenny Poskitt

"Here there is no boss": Alternatives to the lone(ly) principal
Marian Court

You can't investigate in a vacuum
Rosemary Hipkins and Faye Booker

Write to spell in primary classrooms
Cedric Croft

What's news in education?
Harvey McQueen

Peer influences on learning
Marie Cameron

Partnerships: Accomplishing important work together
Helen Timperley and Viviane Robinson

The importance of the teacher/student relationship for Mäori and Pasifika students
Kay Hawk, Esther Tumama Cowley, Jan Hill, and Sue Sutherland


2002 - No. 2

When school days are over, what sense of science lingers?

Rosemary Hipkins

Marking and feedback
Michael Ronayne

Professional development: What makes it work?
Jan Hill, Kay Hawk, and Kerry Taylor

Building a "vocabulary of experiences": Supporting children's learning in science centres
Rachel Bolstad

Meeting individual educational needs: Legal identification, or systemic support?
Cathy Wylie

Dr C.E. Beeby and the quality of education
Geraldine McDonald

Making judgments about children's numeracy strategies
Jenny Young-Loveridge

How high should we aim? An examination of progress in the Early Numeracy Project
Gill Thomas and Andrew Tagg

Do Year 9 students need help with fractions and multiplying?
Kathryn C. Irwin and Kate Niederer

Developing numeracy through Cognitively Guided Instruction
Glenda Anthony and Brenda Bicknell

What do teachers get out of in-class modelling?
Joanna Higgins

News and Views
For parents, whanau and caregivers


2002 - No. 1

KaiakoToa: Highly successful teachers in low decile schools

Vicki M. Carpenter, Colleen Mcmurchy-Pilkington and Sue Sutherland

School size and achievement of primary and intermediate students
Terry Crooks and Katherine Hamilton

Students with disabilities and their parents talk about friendships and relationships at school
Jude MacArthur

Reading across the curriculum: Secondary school students talk about themselves as readers
Christina Thornley and Trevor McDonald

Teachers' talk helps learning: The quality learning circle approach
Susan Lovett

Toward a knowledgeable society?
Keith Ballard

Levels-based assessment: Scoring guides from the assessment resource banks
Cedric Croft, Sue Mcdowall and Gareth Rapson

"Writing sux!" Boys and writing: What's the problem?
Sally Hansen

The effective teaching of writing
Roger Beard

Paired writing: Helping beginning writers get started
Marie Cameron, Helen Depree, Joanne Walker and Dennis Moore


2001 - No. 3

Student interest in science: Analysis of data from the Assessment Resource Banks

Chris Marston and Natasha Kenneally

Transition to school from Pacific early childhood centres
Val Podmore, Le'Autul'Ilagi Sauvao, and Lia Mapa (with Ina Mora, Tapaeru Tereora, and Suria Timotea)

NEMP experiences: Teachers talk about lessons learned and changes to their assessment practices
Alison Gilmore

Enhancing student learning in technology through enhancing teacher formative interactions
Judy Moreland, Alister Jones, and Megan Chambers

Attitudes of primary school Australian Aboriginal children to their linguistic codes
Rhonda Oliver, Nola Purdie, Glenys Collard, and Judith Rochecouste

Educating students in the middle: Getting it right with or without middle schools
Pat Nolan and Margaret Brown

Troubled transition: How to ensure that educational transition points do not interrupt student learning
Kay Hawk and Jan Hill

Team teaching in the middle school: Critical factors for success
Neil Potter

Curriculum delivery for Years 7 to 10
Richard Ward


2001 - No. 2

Word processors: drafting, crafting, or presentation tools? Students' use of computers for writing in two primary schools

Sue McDowall and Sally Boyd

Ngä Kete Körero: A framework for assigning levels of difficulty to existing and new Mäori reading resources
Mere Berryman, Cath Rau, and Ted Glynn

Drama as a framework for the development of literacy
Andy Kempe

Making the most of testing: An examination of different assessment formats
Liz Eley and Robyn Caygill

Essential Skills Assessments: Information Skills: How well can students read between the lines?
Karyn Dunn

Heather Hampton, Maria Heron, Judy Hucker, Linda Jeffries, Wendy Kofoed, Mei Kuin Lai, Carolyn Marino, Pam Millward, Karen Mose, Rose Neal, Judy Nicholl, May Paki-Slater, Judy Parr, Viviane Robinson, Chris Rooney, Irene Symes, and Helen Timperley

Evaluating a new approach to professional development in literacy at Viscount School

Reporting to parents at Ngä Iwi School

Progressive Achievement Testing (PAT) at Southern Cross Middle School

Evaluating a literacy intervention at Dawson Road Primary School


2001 - No. 1

Schools doing it for themselves: Successful professional development

Jenny Poskitt

Student 'belief effects' in remedial reading: Stories from six severely reading disabled adolescents
Judy Kirk

Gender, ethnicity, and literacy acquisition by age six
Joan Hobbs

Curiosity kits: The impact of non-fiction book bags on boys' reading at home
Maureen Lewis, Ros Fisher, Teresa Grainger, Colin Harrison, and Pam Hulme

The perceived impact of the technology curriculum
Heather Mansell, Barbara Harold, Laura Hawksworth, and Martin Thrupp

Difference and desire: Dividing classrooms by ethnicity
Alison Jones

Report card for integrated learning systems (SuccessMaker): Is there evidence of improved literacy and numeracy outcomes?
Judy M. Parr

The serious limitations of 'learning style'
Bruce McMillan

Guided reading for beginning readers: Do the guidelines work?
Ken Blaiklock


2000 - No. 3

Supporting curriculum learning and language learning with an ESOL learner in a mainstream class

Elaine W. Vine, Adrienne Alton-Lee, and Lena Klenner

School culture
Louise Stoll

Teacher perceptions of the use and value of formative assessment in secondary English programmes
Russell Aitken

Words matter: Thinking and talking about writing in the classroom
Julia Flutter

All keyed up: The use of computers, at home and at school, by children with special needs
Sally Boyd

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD): Clues and strategies for coping at school
John Alban-Metcalfe

Curriculum integration: What it is and is not
Deborah Fraser

Co-operative learning: What it has to offer New Zealand teachers
Charlotte Thomson and Don Brown

Introducing CLICK!: Computers and Learning in Classrooms: K6
Dianne P. Chambers and Kaye Stacey


2000 - No. 2

Roll change and the removal of zoning, 1991-1998

Richard Harker

Good talk in the classroom: A collaborative classroom research project
Alan Cox, Brian Finch, and Winifred Jackson

Learning needs of Pacific nations students in primary teacher training
John Dickie

Diagnosing misconceptions in science: Understanding Planet Earth and Beyond
Chris Marston

The behaving school
Cheryl Doig

Listening to culture: Mäori principles and practices applied to support classroom management
Angus H. MacFarlane

"Girls, just be sensible! Boys, come out from under the table!" Initial encounters in the classroom
Keith Sullivan

An ecological approach to understanding behaviour: Comprehensive and culturally appropriate strategies towards student success
Mere Berryman, Rangiwhakaehu Walker, Mate Reweti, Kaa O'Brien, and Silomiga Weiss

Bullying in schools: Issues for New Zealand teachers
Keith Sullivan


2000 - No. 1

Kaupapa Mäori messages for the mainstream

Russell Bishop and Ted Glynn

Boys' educational underachievement: An overview of some developments in Britain
Maureen Rutledge

The transition from kindergarten to school for children with special needs
Sue Wartmann

A cultural audit for teachers: Looking out for Mäori learners with special needs
Jill Bevan-Brown

Dot, slash, cross: How assessment can drive teachers to ticking instead of teaching
Mary Hill

Information skills: How well can New Zealand students find information?
Gavin Brown

School entry assessment: Implementation issues
Helen Dixon and Ruth Williams

Group assessment: Exploring the influence of the gender composition of the group
Grace Grima

Diagnosing misconceptions in mathematics: Using the Assessment Resource Banks to remedy student errors
Alex Neill



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