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  • An interview: Making art as a dialogue with materials, moments and motivations

    Price, Graham; Earl, Kerry (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2017)
    Graham Price has worked extensively in primary, secondary and tertiary art education in Otago (1976–1997) and since 2000 in pre-service secondary and primary art education within the University of Waikato arts education ...
  • Perspectives on counselling supervision in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Crocket, Kathie (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2017)
    This article is based on an invited keynote address delivered at the first New Zealand Association of Counsellors’ National Supervision Conference Day in July 2017. It considers questions that have continued to be significant ...
  • Representing the one left over: A social semiotic perspective of students’ use of screen casting

    Murphy, Carol; Calder, Nigel Stuart (Institute of Education and European Society for Research in Mathematics Education, 2017)
    This paper examines the potential of using screen casting with an iPad to enhance learning in mathematics. Data are presented from two seven-year-old students as they use the Explain Everything app to solve a division with ...
  • How reading published stories and making story webs can work together to enhance classroom story writing

    Dymock, Susan; Nicholson, Tom (The New Zealand Literacy Association, 2015)
    Many students find story writing a challenge (Beard & Burrell, 2010; Calfee & Patrick, 1995; Dunn & Finley, 2010; Dymock & Nicholson, 2010; Richards, Sturm, & Cali, 2012; Saunders & Smith, 2014). Teachers need a simple ...
  • Risk committee, corporate risk-taking and firm value

    Bhuiyan, Md. Borhan Uddin; Cheema, Muhammad A.; Man, Yimei (2017)
    We empirically examine the impact of the stand-alone risk committee on corporate risk-taking and firm value. We argue that the existence of a stand-alone risk committee enhances the quality of corporate governance which ...
  • E Kore E Ngaro, He Takere Waka Nui: Te Mātauranga Whakatere Waka me Ōna Take Nunui

    Tuaupiki, Jackie Whetumarama (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    E kapi ana te hautoru o te ao i te Moana nui a Kiwa. I ngā tau manomano ka huri, ka puea ake i Āhia ki te tonga mā rāwhiti, he iwi māia, he iwi mātau ki te hanga me te whakatere i ō rātou waka. Ka tupu ngātahi hoki i a ...
  • Mammalian Pests in the Waikato Region

    Breedt, Brandon (University of Waikato, 2017)
    This project aimed to use camera traps to study the distribution of seven important mammalian pests across the three main vegetation types of the Waikato Region and to see if this method is a more informative alternative ...
  • Effect of novel ketamine-analogue R5 on brain activation and select behavioural parameters

    Head, Mitchell Antony (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    Ketamine is a common anaesthetic that works through complex neural mechanisms, including multiple molecular and circuitry targets. Importantly, it promotes analgesia, though it also induces undesirable effects, such as ...
  • TOKU TIA: Tuvalu and the impacts of climate change

    Falefou, Tapugao (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    Climate change is the greatest and most profound threat the world is facing today. Its impacts on the environment, species of all kinds, and humanity is intensifying at an unprecedented rate. Low-lying atoll states, such ...
  • Embedding problem-solving in a primary mathematics programme

    Bailey, Judy (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato, 2017)
    New Zealand curriculum documents have long referred to mathematics as a problem-solving endeavour. Although this has been an intended focus for more than 25 years, problem-solving has often been an aspect of mathematics ...
  • Bilingual Education in Aotearoa/New Zealand

    Hill, Richard Kenneth (Springer, 2017)
    Bilingual education in the context of New Zealand is now over 30 years old. The two largest linguistic minority groups involved in this type of education – the Indigenous Māori and Pasifika peoples of Samoan, Tongan, Cook ...
  • Ka mate ko te mate, ka ora taku toa: Ko Ngā Matawhāura o te Rau Tau Tekau mā Iwa

    Murphy, Kane Ēnoka George (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    Tēnei te urutomo atu ki te rau tau o te tekau mā iwa ki te nanaiore i ngā tai o te Matawhāura i ngaeki ai te whenua i horo ai tuanuku, i horo ai te tangata, i tū ai te rangatiratanga. Ko te kimihanga i te āhua ki te tikanga ...
  • Coastal erosion and sedimentation of Pukehina Beach and Waihi Estuary

    Easton, Hayden Russell (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    The Pukehina coastal sector is subject to severe frontal dune erosion. This has led to concern from local residents who reside in frontal houses. Accordingly, this investigation was initiated to assess the sedimentary and ...
  • Removal of invasive fish and exclusion of koi carp from Lake Ohinewai

    Tempero, Grant Wayne; Ling, Nicholas; Daniel, Adam Joshua; Morgan, Dai K.J. (Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation, 2015)
    The lower Waikato River floodplain contains many shallow lakes. The floodplain has been highly developed for pastoral agriculture, primarily dairy farming, resulting in extensive drainage and flood control measures to ...
  • Dredge spoil dispersion from an inner shelf dump-mound

    Carsten, Harms (The University of Waikato, 1989)
    A study was undertaken on the dispersion of dredge spoil from a dump-mound on the inner shelf in 11-17 m water depth, 3 km offshore from Tauranga Harbour, New Zealand. Graphic and volumetric analysis of bathymetric changes ...
  • Ecology of Restored Gully Forest Patches in Hamilton Ecological District

    MacKay, David Bruce (The University of Waikato, 2006)
    Attempts to protect and restore gully and bush remnants began about 20 years ago in the Hamilton Ecological District especially near Hamilton City. Research was carried out to evaluate the restoration efforts. Factors ...
  • Teaching Ethics in Nursing Education - A case study of teaching in a New Zealand tertiary education context

    Song, Wen Jie (University of Waikato, 2017)
    Nurses face a plethora of ethical challenges in their everyday practice. In order to help trainees become aware of the multiple issues they will face beyond the classroom, nursing educators have acknowledged the criticality ...
  • Beyond Hypericum: Perceptions of Treatments by Herbalists for Depression

    Bell Hunter, Kirsty Ann (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) includes a diverse range of traditional and natural treatments practiced beyond orthodox medical practices. CAM therapies are used globally by consumers and rates of use are increasing. ...
  • Ko te Kōauau: Its historical journey, aspects of construction, socio-cultural relevance, and performance

    Komene, Jo'el (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    In recent years there has been a revival of interest in traditional Māori musical instruments, including the Kōauau (sometimes called a flute ). Most of the information on record is from Pākehā perspectives of music and ...
  • pH-sensitive Anticancer Model Prodrug: Amide of Kemp's Acid

    Brooks, Robert Turongo (The University of Waikato, 2009)
    Solid tumours are characterised by lower extracellular pH (as low as 5.8 pH) compared to normal healthy cellular pH (actively regulated at pH 7.3). This difference may be exploited with an acid-sensitive anti-tumour prodrug ...