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  • Akoranga whakarei: Learning about inclusion from four kura rumaki

    Berryman, Mere (NZCER Press, 2015)
    In 2004 the New Zealand Ministry of Education proposed two research projects to understand how learning, social and cultural outcomes were being promoted for tamariki and rangatahi Māori with special educational needs in ...
  • Bilingual behaviour checklists: initiating a student, teacher and parent partnership in behaviour management.

    Glynn, Ted; Berryman, Mere; Harawir, Wai; Atvars, Kathryn; Bidois, Pauline (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2001)
    Three bilingual (Maori and English) behavioural checklists formed part of a project designed to facilitate student, teacher and whanau collaboration in overcoming behavioural difficulties experienced by Maori students, ...
  • The centrality of relationships for pedagogy: The Whanaungatanga Thesis

    Bishop, Russell; Ladwig, James; Berryman, Mere (Sage, 2013)
    Te Kotahitanga is a research and professional development project that seeks to reduce educational disparities between indigenous Māori students and their non-Māori peers in New Zealand secondary schools. While evidence ...
  • Claiming space and restoring harmony within hui whakatika

    Berryman, Mere; Bateman, Sonja (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2008)
    The time has come for indigenous, specifically Māori psychologies, to move from the margins, and claim legitimate space within the discipline of psychology (MPRU, 2007). Phinney and Rotheram (1987) argue that there are ...
  • Closing Plenary

    Sawrey, Richard; Tarabe, Akanisi; Love, Catherine; Berryman, Mere; Ruwhiu, Leland; Olo-Whangaa, Epenesa; Faleafa, Monique (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2008)
    The closing session of the symposium was a plenary session in which invited speakers were asked to make brief critical and reflective comment on the symposium theme and future directions regarding Māori and Pacific psychologies.

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