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Current research students

PhD Candidates

Research topic

Kimberly Arcand

NASA 3D data-based models and 3D prints, and their potential affects on improving spatial reasoning skills and STEM interest in underrepresented group.

Supervisors:
Ravil Atlas

The efficacy of Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract (SOVT) training using straws in secondary school singers.

Supervisors:
Isaac Benning

Professional development for using technology in mathematics teaching.

Supervisors

Keely Blanch

Understandings of digital citizenship.

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Kim Brown Learning at the boundaries: Collective learning practices for postgraduate students arising from peer-mediated activities.
Sally Carson

Turning the tide: experiments in engaging the community with science organisations for long-term environmental change.

Supervisors:
Charles Darr

Understanding teacher judgment.

Supervisors:
Jason Fan

Inter-referencing the desire of the colonised: Theorising New Zealand and Taiwan as a strategic alliance in the global south,

Supervisors:
Fathimath Shiraani

Understanding the holiday experiences of disabled children.

Supervisors:
Kaitlyn Martin

Using mobile filmmaking to engage New Zealand school students in science.

Supervisors:
Kyle Matthews

Youth activism in New Zealand: radicalism and the political constraints of neoliberalism.

Supervisors:
Kate McAnelly

Do I matter here? Sensory environments in early childhood settings and how they produce the active participation and learning of autistic children.

Supervisors:
Elizabeth Pakai

Marakihau (Taniwha of Māori mythology).

Supervisors:
Amee Parker

Home education in New Zealand.

Supervisors:
Lara Sanderson

All the little things: The experiences of New Zealand Secondary school teachers living with impairments and/or chronic illness.

Supervisors:
Jackie Tagg

From the student’s perspective: Non-English speaking background (NESB) students moving from an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) bridging program into mainstream university study and the relevance for their academic success.

Supervisors:
Justine Taylor

Gifted and talented education in Aotearoa New Zealand: Identifying factors associated with successful programmes in primary and intermediate schools.

Supervisors:
Lien Trinh

Sex talk in the homestay environment: An understanding of the sexual education/awareness of international students living with host families in New Zealand.

Supervisors:
Patricia Wells

Process drama as pedagogy for learning across the curriculum.

Supervisors:
Saadia Yousouf Qureshi

Understanding the problem of low performance in secondary science in NZ’s low decile schools.

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EdD Candidates

Research topic

Owen Arnst Childhood spirituality in the context of a New Zealand primary school.
Rikke Betts

I am interested in investigating how refugee children's cultural capital is honoured in the Refugees resettlement policy.

Supervisors:
Yvonne Brouwer Narratives of experience: Beginning teachers developing biculturally responsive pedagogy.
Kerrin Burnell

Anxiety related to computer mediated English language testing. OR Mobile app learning and testing. OR Course evaluation using Rasch.

Supervisors:
Janine Campbell

International student evaluations, policy recommendations, and the teaching profession: Does context matter?

Supervisors:
Alison Fields Putting support where the learners are: A multiple case study of embedded librarians within New Zealand online tertiary classrooms.
Will Flavell

He waka reo Māori, he waka eke noa: The motivations and learning experiences of non-Māori secondary school students learning te reo Māori.

Supervisors:
Paula Good

Interested in the importance of international professional development for teachers in China also interested in the importance of play - China compared with NZ ECE.

Supervisors:
Fiona Humphries

New Zealand teachers’ perceptions of and insights into their wellbeing: A mixed method approach.

Supervisors:
Maxine Karl

How can a participatory action research project into writing pedagogy support teachers to enhance their writing programme?

Supervisors:
Alex Kirk Is there a relationship between how physiotherapy students approach learning and their clinical reasoning in online tertiary classrooms?
Paul Prangley

Exploring the links between measures of self-esteem and reading measures in New Zealand third wave students.

Supervisors:
Daniel Pratt

The area I am interested in is primary school mathematics. In light of the concern around NZ's falling standard/results, I want to examine best practice and approaches to teaching.

Supervisors:
Jocelyn Springthorpe

What’s it like for you? Young people’s perspectives of residential home and school care.

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Sandra Waayer

Clinical teaching. Preceptorship and education of undergraduate nursing students.

Supervisors:
Colin White New Zealand teachers in the Middle East: A critical analysis of their experiences.
Pearl Wong

Teacher efficacy and curriculum change: The role of efficacy beliefs in influencing teacher behaviour during implementation of the Higher Order Thinking Skills Initiative.

Supervisors:
Tamara Yuill Proctor

Research and develop an integrated pedagogy for the delivery of knowledge in 21st century/ flexible learning environments. Create systems for teacher to deliver content at NCEA in a collaborative, innovative, problem solving/finding, cross-curricular.

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