Vol 20, No 2 (2015)

DOI: 10.15663/wje.v20i2

Table of Contents


Special section editorial: Te kōhao o te rangahau—The indigenous lens on research PDF
Carl Mika, Vanessa Paki

Special Section: Te Kōhao o Te Rangahau—The indigenous lens on research

Indigenous collaboration towards hybrid musical production builds a better community: Taioreore—Māui, Izanagi and Izanami PDF
Te Manaaroha Pirihira Rollo
Ngā kaiako mō āpōpō: Waiho mā te iwi e kōrero PDF
Karaitiana Tamatea, Margie Hōhepa, Ngārewa Hāwera, Sharyn Heaton
Ngā tapuwae o mua mō muri: Footprints of the past to motivate today’s diverse learners PDF
Angus Hikairo Macfarlane
Whatu: A Māori approach to research PDF
Lesley Rameka
Exploring whakapapa (genealogy) as a cultural concept to mapping transition journeys, understanding what is happening and discovering new insights PDF
Vanessa Paki, Sally Peters
The thing’s revelation: Some thoughts on Māori philosophical research PDF
Carl Te Hira Mika

General Section

Relational and culturally responsive supervision of doctoral students working in Māori contexts: Inspirations from the Kingitanga PDF
Ted Glynn, Mere Berryman
The Effects of Task Type and Task Involvement Load on Vocabulary Learning PDF
Mandana Hazrat
School leaders growing leadership from within: A framework for the development of school leaders PDF
Anthony Fisher, Tracey Carlyon

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