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  • Keeping up with the 'digital natives': Integrating Web 2.0 technologies into classroom practice.

    Cleary, Alison (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    This report describes a self-study using an action research spiral of problem analysis, intervention design, trial, reflection and analysis. The main purpose of the study was to investigate and evaluate whether Web 2.0 ...
  • Kei moenga - tārā i te ārero. Lest it be severed from the tongue

    Bailey, Iraia (University of Waikato, 2013)
    Tūwharetoa are a distinctive tribal group who are located within the central North Island. With a proud and celebrated history, Tūwharetoa evolved through out time to become a complex and unique tribe, containing a number ...
  • Kei ō tātou ringa te rongoa? Is the remedy already at hand? The assertion and application of tikanga as a valid and credible response to contemporary issues.

    Taitoko, Mikaere (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This thesis examines the notion that tikanga is well positioned to address issues confronting Māori and other indigenous groups who strive to achieve self-determination and the freedom to be and to do. This work is inspired ...
  • Ken Arvidson - 1938-2011

    Pilditch, Jan (University of Waikato, 2011)
    in memoriam - Kenneth Owen Arvidson was a local man and, one is driven to suspect, knew everyone and everything of the wider Waikato region. Born in Hamilton, Ken became a member of the English Department at Waikato ...
  • Keratin and S100 calcium-binding proteins are major constituents of the bovine teat canal lining

    Smolenski, Grant A.; Cursons, Raymond T.; Hine, Brad C; Wheeler, Thomas T. (Springer, 2015-09-25)
    The bovine teat canal provides the first-line of defence against pathogenic bacteria infecting the mammary gland, yet the protein composition and host-defence functionality of the teat canal lining (TCL) are not well ...
  • Key competencies: Views from the gym floor.

    Gillespie, Lorna B. (Physical Education New Zealand, 2008)
    The release of The New Zealand Curriculum (2007) will inevitably yield challenges and possibilities for teachers of Physical Education in both primary and secondary schools. In this paper I describe the vision and key ...
  • Key competency development and students use of digital learning objects

    Falloon, Garry (Centre for Distance Education and Learning Technologies, University of Otago College of Education, 2012)
    The inclusion of key competencies in the New Zealand Curriculum (2007) has presented challenges for teachers in their efforts to gather evidence and detail student progress for reporting purposes. Research identifies the ...
  • Key ecological sites of Hamilton City: Volume 1

    Cornes, Toni S.; Thomson, Rachel Elizabeth; Clarkson, Bruce D. (Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, The University of Waikato, 2012-05)
    Ecological sites of significance previously identified in 2000 were reviewed in 2011. Natural vegetation in areas acquired by the city since 2000 was also surveyed to identify any new key sites. In total seventy key sites ...
  • Key factors in building a Secure Web Gateway

    Yeh, Jeffrey (University of Waikato, 2017)
    A Secure Web Gateway, according to Gartner’s definition, is a solution that provides URL filtering, malicious code detection and blocking, and application controls for cloud applications to filter out objectionable ...
  • Key informant views on biobanking and genomic research with māori

    Hudson, Maui; Southey, Kim; Uerata, Lynley; Beaton, Angela; Milne, Moe; Russell, Khyla; Smith, Barry; Wilcox, Phillip; Toki, Valmaine; Cheung, Melanie; Port, Waiora (New Zealand Medical Association, 2016)
    The aim of the Te Mata Ira project was to explore Māori views on biobanking and genomic research, and to identify ways to address Māori concerns over the collection and use of human tissue. Key informant interviews and ...
  • Keynote Address: Barriers and incentives to Māori participation in the profession of psychology

    Levy, Michelle Patricia (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2003)
    It is well known that Māori are overrepresented within the client group of psychologists. Despite ongoing attempts to recruit and retain more Māori within the discipline of psychology, the numbers of Māori psychologists ...
  • Keynote address: Dr. Catherine Love

    Love, Catherine (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2003)
    This keynote address for the National Māori Graduates of Psychology Symposium 2002 addresses the history and current state of psychology in New Zealand, with particular attention to issues affecting Maori.
  • Keynote address: Is there a distinctive Māori psychology?

    Durie, Mason (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2003)
    Many of the theoretical paradigms that underpin the study of psychology pay marginal attention to culture as a determinant of psychology. While there are some aspects of human experience that are universal, patterns of ...
  • Keynote: Going to university—Blended strategies for learning and teaching in a modern tertiary context

    Forbes, Dianne Leslie (FLANZ, 2016)
    This think piece is a follow-up to a keynote delivered at the biennial DEANZ Conference, at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand, in April 2016. It explores the University of Waikato’s Mixed Media Pathway. ...
  • [Keynote] "Projections of time in Cara Inversa (2014) by Pepe Caccamo and Baldo Ramos"

    Lopez-Fernandez, Laura (2015)
    Cara Inversa (2014) incorporates a variety of voices from the past, as well as lyric and non-lyric styles and themes embodied in different perceptions of time: a mythical time (Breogan), a sociopolitical and historical ...
  • Kia kāpuia te reo o Tāmaki ki te Tonga: Tāmaki Makaurau ki te Tonga

    Lee-Morgan, Jenny Bol Jun; Lee-Morgan, Eruera (Victoria University Press, 2017)
    Mai i te Papakuratanga o Mataoho tae noa ki tona Ipu. Mai i Pukaki Tapu o Poutiikeka ki Te Puketapapatanga a Hape. Mai i te tahuna o Torea i nga wai o Mokoia, mawhiti atu ki Te Arapueru e karekare mai na ko Te Manukanuka ...
  • Kia matatau ki te reo: Factors influencing the development of proficiency in te reo Māori with adult learners

    Rātima, Matiu Tai (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This thesis sought to answer the question: what factors help or hinder adult Māori second language learners to become proficient speakers of te reo Māori? I ask this question at a moment in history when te reo, like other ...
  • Kia mau ki te aka matua: Researching Māori development and learning

    Hohepa, Margie Kahukura (Te Kotahi Research Institute, 2015)
    The article involves a search for what might be useful, relevant and appropriate research framework for Māori for the study of Māori development and learning. It is also an attempt to articulate psychological approaches ...
  • Kia mau ki tō Māoritanga - The role of Māori teachers in English medium primary schools

    Coffin, Rachel Marie (University of Waikato, 2013)
    The achievement levels between Māori and non-Māori students remains increasingly wide within a westernised education system. This system has continued to perpetuate the ongoing failure of Māori students. We need to look ...
  • "Kia Mauri Tau!" Narratives of recovery from disabling mental health problems

    Lapsley, Hilary; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Black, Rosanne Marjory (Mental Health Commission, 2002)
    A bicultural research team at the University of Waikato successfully applied for funding from the Health Research Council to do a qualitative research project in the area of ‘pathways to wellness’. The Mental Health ...