Research studies in knowledge and the curriculum by KERU’s Postgraduate Associates makes a significant contribution to KERU’s research portfolio.
Louise Zame. MEd thesis completed 2018. Knowledge and Inquiry Learning in a Primary School
Neil Morrow. MEd thesis completed 2014. Subject-Specific Mathematical Vocabulary in Mathematics Lessons
Lizzie Grace. MEd thesis completed 2018. Missed Opportunities: A social realist perspective on text selection in secondary school English. Publication: Grace, L (2017). Bringing Skills Back In: A Space for Literacy in a Social Realist Curriculum, Pacific-Asian Education, 29, 1-14.
Vicki Earl. PhD in progress. The teaching of English in New Zealand secondary schools: What are we teaching and why are we teaching it
Pauline Cooper-Ioelu. PhD in progress. The Academic Nurse: The discipline and the development of academic teaching identities
Rochelle Spicer. EdD in progress. Curriculum Selection and Design: A Study of New Zealand Social Studies Teachers
Kieran Gainsford. MEd in progress. Chemistry Teachers' Curriculum Decisions in New Zealand Schools
Edward Pinel. PhD in progress. The Impact of Future-Focused Change on New Zealand Primary School Teachers
Julie Skelling. MEd Thesis completed: Tracking the Transformation of Symbolic Discourse: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and non-Māori teachers’ selection of Māori cultural content http://hdl.handle.net/2292/37138. PhD in progress. Tensions and Contradictions: Special Education Policy, Initiatives, and Provision in New Zealand
Xiaoming Tian. PhD in progress. Neoliberalism, Core Socialist Values, China’s curriculum policies and practices
Cristopher Lynch. MEd thesis: Teachers’ attitudes to Maori educational achievement initiatives (2016). PhD (current): A history of science education in New Zealand: Influences and Consequences. Publication: Lynch, C. & Rata, E. (2018) Culturally responsive pedagogy: A New Zealand case study, International Studies in Sociology of Education 27:4, 391-408, DOI: 10.1080/09620214.2018.1468274.