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Community Surveillance and Bureaucratic Control of Women Teachers: The Case of Agnes Wrigley 1893-1894
Presented to the Australia-New Zealand History of Education Society (Western Australia Branch), 21 May 2002, Perth, Australia. In 1894 Agnes Wrigley, the Head teacher of Fairburn Road District School in northern New ...
Social cohesion and free home internet in New Zealand
(IGI Global, 2013)
This chapter discusses community outcomes of free home Internet access. It draws on case study re-search on Computers in Homes (CIH), a scheme established in New Zealand in 2000 for the purpose of bridging the digital ...
Akoaga : efficacy, agency, achievement and success in the tertiary sector : focus on students and parents from Pasifika communities
(Unitec ePress, 2011-01-01)
The term akoaga has a pan-Polynesian origin and meaning. In the Samoan language, the term can be broken into two root words, ako and aga. Ako or ato means basket and aga means measurements associated with weaving.
A trade-off in learning: Mobile augmented reality for language learning
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2014)
Mobile learning offers great potential for language teachers to support practice beyond the classroom, to encourage anytime-anywhere learning and to facilitate situated learning (Pegrum, forthcoming). Augmented reality ...
Does ethnicity influence the choice of language learning strategies?
(Independent Learning Association:, 2013)
Introduction There has been very little research on learning strategies used by learners of Japanese as a foreign language (Grainger 2006). Furthermore, ethnicity has not attracted much attention as an influential variable ...
Implementing mobile language learning with an augmented reality activity.
(Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd, 2014-04)
The article looks at the use of Augemented Reality applications (apps) as a tool for a class project in English Language Teaching (ELT). It describes an activity in which students created a mobile tour for visitors to their ...
OECD/CERI Formative assessment project background report : New Zealand
While there had been a community-based adult literacy movement active in New Zealand since the late 1970s (Hill, 1990), the sector’s provision and political presence was marginal at best. Its advocates struggled to establish ...
Adult education : New Zealand, to 2012
(Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES), 2013-11-07)
Adult education, New Zealand, to 2012. In its broadest sense, adult education refers to the education of anyone beyond school-age. Historically, the sector has constantly evolved as elements of its provision have matured ...
Pedagogy in practice : an observational study of literacy, numeracy and language teachers.
The aim of this study was to gain an overview of how teachers teach literacy, numeracy and language (LNL) in New Zealand, by observing 15 literacy, language and numeracy teachers from tertiary institutions, community ...
Chaos to Capability : Educating Professionals for the 21st Century
(Unitec ePress, 2015-10-01)
Built on two decades of research, thought, writing, and teaching, in Chaos to Capability: Educating Professionals for the 21st Century, Hays argues that a transformation in higher education teaching and learning is crucial ...