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CINZS 2011, Vol. 23, No. 3

Kia ora, welcome to Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 23(3).

This special edition of Computers in New Zealand Schools has been edited by Julie Mackey and Niki Davis from the University of Canterbury e-Learning Lab. The articles in this issue acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of New Zealand teachers and researchers who presented in the Research Stream of the recent ULearn 2011 Conference, held in Rotorua in October.

Editorial

Increasing the flow of research through CINZS with the ULearn Research Stream

  • Julie Mackey and Niki Davis - University of Canterbury

Research Articles (peer reviewed)


Processes for Team Development of Teaching Material

  • Philippa Buckley and Fiona Gilmore - University of Canterbury


Exploring a culturally-sensitive blend of initial teacher education for Rotorua schools: online on a regional campus with Māori 

  • Vicki Needham, Anne-Marie Hunt and Linda McMurray and Fiona Gilmore - Rotorua Regional Centre and University of Canterbury e-Learning Lab

Articles (peer reviewed)

Bringing the outside in: Using technology to support teaching of the nature of science strand

  • Kathryn Mackinven - University of Canterbury


Project-based professional development: Reflections in and on action implementing blended learning with primary school students

  • Nicki Dabner (University of Canterbury) & Aleta Chowfin (Middleton Grange School-Canterbury)

Columns and Reviews

Curation: It’s not just for museums any more!

  • Lisa Oldham - National Library of New Zealand