Browsing by Author "McKim, Anne M."

Now showing items 1-5 of 8

  • Curriculum implementation exploratory studies: Final report

    Cowie, Bronwen; Hipkins, Rosemary; Boyd, Sally; Bull, Ally; Keown, Paul Ashley; McGee, Clive; Cooper, Beverley; Ferrier-Kerr, Jenny L.; Hume, Anne Christine; McKim, Anne M.; Moreland, Judy; Morrison, Michele; Bolstad, Rachel; Spiller, Lorraine; Taylor, Merilyn; Yates, Russell (Ministry of Education, 2009)
    Throughout the history of schooling in New Zealand the national curriculum has been revised at fairly regular intervals. Consequently, schools are periodically faced with having to accommodate to new curriculum. In between ...
  • Developing students’ futures thinking in science education

    Jones, Alister; Buntting, Catherine Michelle; Hipkins, Rosemary; McKim, Anne M.; Conner, Lindsey; Saunders, Kathryn J. (Springer, 2012)
    Futures thinking involves a structured exploration into how society and its physical and cultural environment could be shaped in the future. In science education, an exploration of socio-scientific issues offers significant ...
  • Effective professional learning in physical activity

    Petrie, Kirsten Culhane; Jones, Alister; McKim, Anne M. (The Ministry of Education, 2007-03)
    This milestone report is the fourth and final for the research project ‘Evaluative research on the impact of effective professional learning in curricular and co-curricular physical activity in primary schools.’ The research ...
  • The enhancement of ethical thinking

    Jones, Alister; McKim, Anne M.; Reiss, Michael (Sense Publishers, 2010)
    The introduction of ethics is already seen by students as an important part of their education and connects school science and technology with the worlds in which they live. It has the potential to connect directly with ...
  • ‘If your daughters are inclined to love reading, do not check their Inclination'

    McKim, Anne M. (2014)
    This paper examines attitudes to the education of children in elite families in eighteenth-century Scotland revealed in various letters, private papers, and memoirs. It takes as its starting point Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s ...

Showing up to 5 theses - most recently added to Research Commons first.

  • Travel Writing, Self and Other: Finding Reciprocal Space

    Ullal, Kathleen (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    My thesis engages with the complex relationships between self and other as these are constructed in the travel writing of five authors: the early feminist Mary Wollstonecraft’s Letters Written During a Short Residence in ...
  • Seeking (and Finding) Ulysses: Some Positive Ageing Narratives in Recent Fiction and Film

    Osborne, Patricia Lynne Clara (University of Waikato, 2014)
    The process of ageing is all too often seen as something to be avoided, feared or even, sadly, ridiculed. We are all familiar with literary and film narratives which portray older persons as either curmudgeons or crones, ...
  • 'Morbid Exhilarations': Dying Words in Early Modern English Drama

    Martin, Fiona (University of Waikato, 2010)
    In Renaissance England, dying a good death helped to ensure that the soul was prepared for the afterlife. In the theatre, however, playwrights disrupt and challenge the conventional formulas for last words, creating death ...
  • Memory and History and William Morris’s Medievalism

    Ullal, Kathleen (University of Waikato, 2010)
    Memory and history are at the core of the human condition. A deep concern for the human condition is at the heart of the work and ideas of the Victorian polymath William Morris. Morris abhorred the degraded state he believed ...