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  • Rattray, Ben; Argus, Christos K.; Martin, Kristy,; Northey, Joseph; Driller, Matthew W. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015)
    • Central fatigue is accepted as a contributor to overall athletic performance, yet little research directly investigates post-exercise recovery strategies targeting the brain • Current post-exercise recovery strategies ...
  • Hawera, Ngarewa; Taylor, Merilyn (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2014)
    This paper describes aspects of learning for a teacher in a Māori-medium Year 7–8 classroom and two mathematics education researchers from a university when they collaborated on a project supporting children to develop ...
  • Khoo, Elaine G.L.; Cowie, Bronwen (Symposium Journals, 2014)
    Time takes on a different character when online teachers take advantage of the possibilities for interactions occurring over different scales of time. Online teachers' pedagogical link-making becomes cumulative and ...
  • Bateman, Amanda; Butler, Carly W. (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014)
    The pioneering work of the Opies has been an inspiration to many people interested in children’s play and games, academics and non-academics alike. Their books provide insightful details of how children interact and ...
  • Khoo, Elaine G.L.; Bonk, Curtis J. (Open World Books, 2014)
    The TEC-VARIETY framework purposely takes into account current technology trends and attempts to stimulate their use in pedagogically effective ways. As such, it rests at the intersection of such exciting educational ...
  • Ussher, William (Bill) Grant; Petrie, Kirsten Culhane (The Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, University of Waikato, 2014)
    In this, the 2014 general issue of Teachers and Curriculum, we are pleased to incorporate a wide range of contributions that demonstrate the breadth and complexity of teaching and curriculum work in education settings. The ...
  • Cheesman, Sue (The University of Waikato, 2014)
    In this paper I am particularly interested in unpacking the notion that dancers with a visible disability are both marginalised and hyper-visible. I refer to selected dance examples available on YouTube and consider these ...
  • Ferrier-Kerr, Jenny L.; Haxton, Paul (Valparaiso University's College of Business, 2014)
    We have been involved in an inter-university partnership that supports, contributes to, and influences our own and others’ thinking and actions. As we have collaborated on teaching, learning, and research in the field of ...
  • Mika, Carl Te Hira (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2014)
    Throughout colonization, Maori have been constantly urged to think of their terminology, and the objects it relates to, along constrained lines. In this practice, the self and other things are arguably restricted and ...
  • Young-Loveridge, Jennifer; Bicknell, Brenda (Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Inc., 2014)
    This paper focuses on children’s number fact knowledge from a study that explored the impact of using multiplication and division contexts for developing number understanding with 34 five- and six-year-old children from ...
  • Hunter, Lisa (Faculty of Education, The University of Waikato., 2014)
    This report provides a summary of data collected at the New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival that took place from 18 April to 4 May 2014 in Taranaki, Aotearoa/New Zealand. New events were injected into previous program ...
  • Wilson, Marcus T. (University of Waikato School of Education, 2014)
    Students’ perceptions of the role of mathematics within physics were examined. I propose that the identification of physics as a science based ultimately on experiment is a threshold concept: transformation from a naïve ...
  • Johnson, E. Marcia (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, University of Waikato, 2014)
    The overall goal of this qualitative research case study into doctoral writing was to determine if there were knowable threshold concepts and, if so, to develop effective strategies for helping students overcome them. In ...
  • Sharma, Sashi (International Statistical Institute, 2014)
    Although we use statistical notions daily in making decisions, research in statistics education has focused mostly on formal statistics. Further, everyday culture may influence informal ideas of statistics. Yet, there ...
  • Peters, Michael A. (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2014)
    This paper details proposals by UNESCO to manufacture and draft a concept of “Internet Universality” that adopts a human-rights framework as a basis for articulating a set of principles and rights for the Internet. The ...
  • Hunter, Judy; Cooke, David (Symposium Journals, 2014)
    Developed countries around the world are increasingly competing for highly skilled, educated immigrants. A case in point is Aotearoa New Zealand (NZ). The NZ Immigration Service actively encourages skilled migrants, and ...
  • Hohepa, Margie Kahukura (2014)
    'Tiakina Te Pā Harakeke' investigates the collective values that nourish and enhances the well-being of tamariki Māori as taonga within our whānau, hapū and iwi. lt explores ways in which Māori values and tikanga are ...
  • Driller, Matthew W.; Argus, Christos K.; Bartram, Jason C.; Bonaventura, Jacinta; Martin, David T.; West, Nicholas P.; Halson, Shona L. (2014)
    Purpose: To determine the intraday and interday reliability of a 2 × 4-min performance test on a cycle ergometer (Wattbike) separated by 30 min of passive recovery (2 × 4MMP). Methods: Twelve highly trained cyclists (mean ...
  • White, Elizabeth Jayne (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2014)
    This Special Issue: Crossing Philosophical, Cultural and Geographic Boundaries in Educational Scholarship?: Postgraduate Experiences arose out of an invited panel of postgraduate speakers at the 42nd Philosophy of Education ...
  • Ferns, Sonia; Campbell, Matthew; Zegwaard, Karsten E. (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA Inc), 2014)
    In the coming decades, environmental, cultural, economic and social changes will have a profound global impact (Hajkowicz, Cook & Littleboy, 2012). The higher education sector is under pressure to transform the way it ...