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Vol 23, No 1 (2018): Pacific peoples' educational research and practice: Where to now?

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Pacific students and pedagogical success PDF
Sashi Sharma, Carol Hamilton

Theory

A vaka journey in Pacific education: Become an academic mentor PDF
Cherie Chu

Methodology

A Pasifika research methodology: Talaloto PDF
Mefi Naufahu
Developing a “culturally validated” dialogic indicator tool: A reconceptualised analytic framework using Talanoa to code classroom talk PDF
Jacinta Lucia Oldehaver

Classroom Practice

Empowering Solomon Islands' beginning science teachers through the use of Appreciative Inquiry PDF
James Porakari, Frances Edwards
Analysing Pacific teachers’ pedagogy inside New Zealand classrooms: A case study using a Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) perspective PDF
Ivy Abella
Caring for classroom relationality in Pasifika education: A space-based understanding PDF
Martyn Reynolds
Factors impacted on students’ beliefs and attitudes toward learning mathematics: Some findings from the Solomon Islands PDF
Andriane Kele

Subject Specific

Embedding indigenous science knowledge and values in higher education: Critical reflexive practice informed by successful Tongan science learners PDF
Sonia Fonua
Bridging language barriers in statistics for Year-12 Pasifika students: A collaborative study PDF
Sashi Sharma
Can we have ‘half children’? Primary in-service teachers’ knowledge of division PDF
Hem Chand Dayal, Govinda Ishwar Lingam
Traversing Pasifika education research in a post-truth era PDF
Jacoba Matapo


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